Prepare Your Dog for the Vet Exam

Choosing the Right Collar for Your Pet
How to Keep Your Dog From Running Away
Curb Jumping When Greeting
5 Reasons to Keep Your Pet Well Groomed

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  • Are you worried about how your pet will behave at the vet's office? Whether your dog is anxious, unruly or aggressive, veterinarian Dr. Marty Becker and dog trainer Mikkel Becker teach you how to make vet visits easier on everyone.
  • 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.
  • Roaming is natural for dogs, but it can be dangerous if they get away. Dog trainer Mikkel Becker shows you how to keep your dog from taking off and tells you what to do if it happens.
  • When a dog jumps to reach your face, he simply wants to connect with you socially. But not everyone appreciates such behavior. Vetstreet training consultant Mikkel Becker teaches you to train your dog to stop jumping when greeting.
  • Regular grooming keeps both you and your pet healthier, keeps your home cleaner, and helps you spot health problems before they become major. Grooming can also be a bonding experience for you and your pet.

Are you worried about how your pet will behave at the vet's office? Whether your dog is anxious, unruly or aggressive, veterinarian Dr. Marty Becker and dog trainer Mikkel Becker teach you how to make vet visits easier on everyone.

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.

Roaming is natural for dogs, but it can be dangerous if they get away. Dog trainer Mikkel Becker shows you how to keep your dog from taking off and tells you what to do if it happens.

When a dog jumps to reach your face, he simply wants to connect with you socially. But not everyone appreciates such behavior. Vetstreet training consultant Mikkel Becker teaches you to train your dog to stop jumping when greeting.

Regular grooming keeps both you and your pet healthier, keeps your home cleaner, and helps you spot health problems before they become major. Grooming can also be a bonding experience for you and your pet.

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