We are getting prepared for our new GSD pup, that we'll be bringing home end of January/first of February. When we started crate training with Jax, we had his big crate (with the dividers in it to make it smaller) in the living room, so he was with his people at all times - except for nighttime, when he was locked in his crate in the living room. When he reached the point that he was housebroken and didn't need his crate door closed all the time, we moved the crate to our bedroom; so he can sleep close to his people at night. He comes and goes out of it whenever he wants during the day. Now we're about to purchase an identical large crate for the new puppy. We already have a small, baby puppy-sized crate. Our plan is to start out with the small crate in the bedroom, next to Jax's crate so that the pup can sleep close to us at night and have his large crate in the living room for daytime use. This way we're not moving a large crate back and forth and the pup is not isolated in the living room at night when everyone else is in the bedroom. My question is whether having two crates will confuse him and make housebreaking harder?