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  • America’s Veterinarian, Dr. Marty Becker, tells you what you need to know to determine if your pet is sick enough to see a veterinarian immediately.
  • Sometimes it’s unavoidable — you have to board your dog. Dr. Marty Becker tells you what he looks for in a facility when he boards his own pet.
  • 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.
  • Dr. Marty Becker talks about the dangers of common foods that are toxic to pets.
  • Learning to shake helps dogs get used to having their feet handled, thereby easing the job of a veterinarian or groomer.

America’s Veterinarian, Dr. Marty Becker, tells you what you need to know to determine if your pet is sick enough to see a veterinarian immediately.

Sometimes it’s unavoidable — you have to board your dog. Dr. Marty Becker tells you what he looks for in a facility when he boards his own pet.

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.

Dr. Marty Becker talks about the dangers of common foods that are toxic to pets.

Learning to shake helps dogs get used to having their feet handled, thereby easing the job of a veterinarian or groomer.

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