How to Properly Hold a Leash
Train Your Dog to Stay
Video: Why Does My Dog . . . Lick and Chew His Feet?
How to Know if Your Pet's Shedding is Unhealthy
The Right Way to Pet a Dog

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  • Mikkel Becker explains the best way to hold a leash as well as what you absolutely must avoid for your own safety —  and the safety of your dog.
  • The stay command is helpful in so many situations, from keeping your dog at your side while you wait for a crosswalk light to change to keeping him still while he is being groomed. Trainer Mikkel Becker shows you how to teach your dog to stay.
  • Plenty of dog owners observe this common behavior and wonder if there's reason for concern. In some cases, pups will gently but insistently lick one or both paws, while other canines will go so far as to chew their toes. Vetstreet's Dr. Patty Khuly discusses the possible causes for the behavior.
  • Dr. Marty Becker explains healthy shedding and shedding that could be a sign something is going wrong with your dog.
  • Yes, there are dos and don'ts for petting your own dog and dogs you meet on the street. Trainer Mikkel Becker explains what kinds of strokes are likely to soothe, aggravate or even potentially alarm a dog.

Mikkel Becker explains the best way to hold a leash as well as what you absolutely must avoid for your own safety — and the safety of your dog.

The stay command is helpful in so many situations, from keeping your dog at your side while you wait for a crosswalk light to change to keeping him still while he is being groomed. Trainer Mikkel Becker shows you how to teach your dog to stay.

Plenty of dog owners observe this common behavior and wonder if there's reason for concern. In some cases, pups will gently but insistently lick one or both paws, while other canines will go so far as to chew their toes. Vetstreet's Dr. Patty Khuly discusses the possible causes for the behavior.

Dr. Marty Becker explains healthy shedding and shedding that could be a sign something is going wrong with your dog.

Yes, there are dos and don'ts for petting your own dog and dogs you meet on the street. Trainer Mikkel Becker explains what kinds of strokes are likely to soothe, aggravate or even potentially alarm a dog.

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