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  • Dogs often bark when someone new comes to the home. Trainer Mikkel Becker explains how to determine if your dog is being a watchdog or barking out fear, and she demonstrates some helpful techniques to calm your dog when new people come over.
  • Does your dog bark overtime when he sees or hears something outside the home? Dog trainer Mikkel Becker shares her technique to help stop your canine's "watchdog" barking.
  • Training expert Mikkel Becker shows you how to redirect a doorbell response and curtail all the barking. Good dog.
  • Pet owners have fallen in love with the adorable faces of brachycephalic breeds like the Pug, Bulldog, French Bulldog and Persian cat. But Dr. Marty Becker reveals the serious health issues that come along with their short muzzles — and tells you how to protect your pet from potential problems.
  • 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.

Dogs often bark when someone new comes to the home. Trainer Mikkel Becker explains how to determine if your dog is being a watchdog or barking out fear, and she demonstrates some helpful techniques to calm your dog when new people come over.

Does your dog bark overtime when he sees or hears something outside the home? Dog trainer Mikkel Becker shares her technique to help stop your canine's "watchdog" barking.

Training expert Mikkel Becker shows you how to redirect a doorbell response and curtail all the barking. Good dog.

Pet owners have fallen in love with the adorable faces of brachycephalic breeds like the Pug, Bulldog, French Bulldog and Persian cat. But Dr. Marty Becker reveals the serious health issues that come along with their short muzzles — and tells you how to protect your pet from potential problems.

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.

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