Have you wondered about those red bumps under your cat’s chin?  How about the best means to keep your senior hound healthy?  What about the chronic discharge running from your rabbit’s eyes?
 
If the above questions have ever come across your mind, then some answers are available via the October 2018 edition of Real Simple Magazine.
 
Every few months, Real Simple Magazine engages some of us veterinarians to contribute our perspectives on some tips and tricks to optimizing a pet’s best quality of life.
 
Check out The Vets Will See You Now (Answers To Your Hariest Pet Questions) and pick up a copy at your favorite book store or on-line. 
 
 

Dr. Patrick Mahaney

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