Taming Chasing

How to Find the Right Trainer for Your Dog
How to Crate Train Your Dog
Teach Your Dog to Come When Called
Curb Inappropriate Chewing

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  • Does your dog chase cats, cars, or even the mail carrier? Trainer Mikkel Becker helps you get to the root of your dog’s chasing behavior.
  • Bad behavior can be as deadly to a pet as any disease. Many pets lose their homes — and their lives — for problems a behaviorist or trainer could have fixed. Dr. Marty Becker tells you how to find the right trainer for your pet.
  • 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.
  • Far too few dogs consistently come when their owners call them. Mikkel Becker shows you how to teach your dog this potentially lifesaving behavior.
  • Chewing is natural for dogs. It’s often a great way for them to relieve stress and boredom and even helps clean their teeth, but this behavior can cause major household upset. Trainer Mikkel Becker helps you redirect your dog’s unwanted chewing behavior into an appropriate outlet.

Does your dog chase cats, cars, or even the mail carrier? Trainer Mikkel Becker helps you get to the root of your dog’s chasing behavior.

Bad behavior can be as deadly to a pet as any disease. Many pets lose their homes — and their lives — for problems a behaviorist or trainer could have fixed. Dr. Marty Becker tells you how to find the right trainer for your pet.

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.

Far too few dogs consistently come when their owners call them. Mikkel Becker shows you how to teach your dog this potentially lifesaving behavior.

Chewing is natural for dogs. It’s often a great way for them to relieve stress and boredom and even helps clean their teeth, but this behavior can cause major household upset. Trainer Mikkel Becker helps you redirect your dog’s unwanted chewing behavior into an appropriate outlet.

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