¿Por Qué Mi Perro... Come Hierba?

Teach Your Dog to Stop Begging
How to Crate Train Your Dog
Reduce Pet Hair in Your Home
Why Does My Dog... Eat Grass?

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  • No hay razón singular por qué los animales domésticos comen hierba. Lo que sí sabemos es que comer pequeñas cantidades de hierba puede ser inócuo para un perro o gato perfectamente saludable. Pero cuando el mordisquear se convierte en engullir mayores cantidades y hay vómitos frecuentes — entonces es hora de preguntarle a su veterinario para saber qué está sucediendo.
  • Do you have guests coming over for the holidays? Sometimes we don't realize just how annoying some of our dog's behaviors can be until we see it from the perspective of company in the home. And that's particularly true with begging from the dinner table.  

While you may not be able to retrain your dog in time for Thanksgiving, there are things you can do. Training expert Mikkel Becker shows you how to keep your dinner free of whines and barks.
  • Crate training is a must for any dog owner. It’s great for managing behavior problems, necessary for car and airline travel, and will likely be required at some point in your dog’s life, whether at a veterinarian, groomer or boarder.
  • Dr. Marty Becker shows you how to deal with the number-one complaint of pet owners: shedding.
  • 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.

No hay razón singular por qué los animales domésticos comen hierba. Lo que sí sabemos es que comer pequeñas cantidades de hierba puede ser inócuo para un perro o gato perfectamente saludable. Pero cuando el mordisquear se convierte en engullir mayores cantidades y hay vómitos frecuentes — entonces es hora de preguntarle a su veterinario para saber qué está sucediendo.

Do you have guests coming over for the holidays? Sometimes we don't realize just how annoying some of our dog's behaviors can be until we see it from the perspective of company in the home. And that's particularly true with begging from the dinner table. While you may not be able to retrain your dog in time for Thanksgiving, there are things you can do. Training expert Mikkel Becker shows you how to keep your dinner free of whines and barks.

Crate training is a must for any dog owner. It’s great for managing behavior problems, necessary for car and airline travel, and will likely be required at some point in your dog’s life, whether at a veterinarian, groomer or boarder.

Dr. Marty Becker shows you how to deal with the number-one complaint of pet owners: shedding.

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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