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  • Vetstreet's Dr. Patty Khuly asks people walking along Lincoln Road in Miami Beach to reveal what they love most about their pets.
  • Yes, there are dos and don'ts for petting your own dog and dogs you meet on the street. Trainer Mikkel Becker explains what kinds of strokes are likely to soothe, aggravate or even potentially alarm a dog.
  • Dr. Marty Becker explains healthy shedding and shedding that could be a sign something is going wrong with your dog.
  • 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.
  • Dr. Patty Khuly asks Miami dog owners how they came up with the names for their  pets.

Vetstreet's Dr. Patty Khuly asks people walking along Lincoln Road in Miami Beach to reveal what they love most about their pets.

Yes, there are dos and don'ts for petting your own dog and dogs you meet on the street. Trainer Mikkel Becker explains what kinds of strokes are likely to soothe, aggravate or even potentially alarm a dog.

Dr. Marty Becker explains healthy shedding and shedding that could be a sign something is going wrong with your dog.

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.

Dr. Patty Khuly asks Miami dog owners how they came up with the names for their pets.

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