Perhaps some regression to the puppy crate? How do we get back to normal?

Hello everyone! We have an almost 7 month old bernedoodle who is experiencing some new and worsening problems with his crate. It has been packed since we got it in February. Two naps a day (11am-12pm, 3-4pm) and at night (typically 12:30am-8am). The first two weeks of box training were PAINFUL, but once we got over that bump, he generally did pretty well, with a few rare occasions. Over a week ago, she was spayed and had a harsher reaction to the surgery, so we let her sleep out of her crate for a few nights to keep a closer eye on her (realizing this may have been a mistake… he he) ). Now, she’s 50/50 or even worse with her box. Every two nights she cries like she did when we started box training. Almost all naps start with a 5-minute crying session (not too bad, but not ideal either). She almost always calms down over time, but I want to make sure her crate feels like a safe space for her. In the last few days, she even turns away from her when we take her to her cage, which worries me that she is getting worse and that she is becoming more and more averse to cages. How do we get back to normal? What are some back-to-basics approaches that have worked for other people who have experienced a cash regression? THANKS IN ADVANCE

Hello everyone! We have an almost 7 month old bernedoodle who is experiencing some new and worsening problems with his crate. It has been packed since we got it in February. Two naps a day (11am-12pm, 3-4pm) and at night (typically 12:30am-8am). The first two weeks of box training were PAINFUL, but once we got over that bump, he generally did pretty well, with a few rare occasions. Over a week ago, she was spayed and had a harsher reaction to the surgery, so we let her sleep out of her crate for a few nights to keep a closer eye on her (realizing this may have been a mistake… he he) ). Now, she’s 50/50 or even worse with her box. Every two nights she cries like she did when we started box training. Almost all naps start with a 5-minute crying session (not too bad, but not ideal either). She almost always calms down over time, but I want to make sure her crate feels like a safe space for her. In the last few days, she even turns away from her when we take her to her cage, which worries me that she is getting worse and that she is becoming more and more averse to cages. How do we get back to normal? What are some back-to-basics approaches that have worked for other people who have experienced a cash regression? THANKS IN ADVANCE

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