Video: Why Does My Dog . . . Pass So Much Gas?
Teach Your Dog to Sit When You Stop
Choosing the Right Collar for Your Pet
Why Does My Dog... Eat Grass?
How Did Your Pet Get His Name?

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  • You could argue that passing gas is more of a medical issue than a canine curiosity — but it's actually both. Some dogs can be powerful gas passers, and others are just capable of intermittently clearing a room. So what makes some dogs such effective wind farms while others seem to go through life with nary a poof?
  • Getting your dog to automatically sit whenever you stop walking will not only make your dog look like an obedience champion, it's also an easy way to keep your dog from jumping on other people.
  • Collars are more than a fashion statement. They’re a training tool for dogs and basic pet protection for both dogs and cats. Dog trainer Mikkel Becker and Dr. Marty Becker help you determine the best collar for your pet.
  • There isn’t one clear reason why pets eat grass. What we do know is that eating small amounts can be a harmless, if curious, thing for a perfectly healthy dog or cat to do. But when nibbling turns into gulping, it’s time to ask your vet what’s going on.
  • Dr. Patty Khuly asks Miami dog owners how they came up with the names for their  pets.

You could argue that passing gas is more of a medical issue than a canine curiosity — but it's actually both. Some dogs can be powerful gas passers, and others are just capable of intermittently clearing a room. So what makes some dogs such effective wind farms while others seem to go through life with nary a poof?

Getting your dog to automatically sit whenever you stop walking will not only make your dog look like an obedience champion, it's also an easy way to keep your dog from jumping on other people.

Collars are more than a fashion statement. They’re a training tool for dogs and basic pet protection for both dogs and cats. Dog trainer Mikkel Becker and Dr. Marty Becker help you determine the best collar for your pet.

There isn’t one clear reason why pets eat grass. What we do know is that eating small amounts can be a harmless, if curious, thing for a perfectly healthy dog or cat to do. But when nibbling turns into gulping, it’s time to ask your vet what’s going on.

Dr. Patty Khuly asks Miami dog owners how they came up with the names for their pets.

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