Book Reviews

Dr. Mahaney’s Book Review- Something’s Lost and Must Be Found by Lisa Begin-Kruysman Part 3

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After reading Dr Mahaney’s Book Review- Something’s Lost and Must Be Found: Six Short Tails of Inspiration on a Long Leash by Lisa Begin-Kruysman Part 1 and Part 2, I’m ready to share my veterinary perspective on the final two chapters in Part 3. Stipend of a Sucker At some point in your life, have […]

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Dr. Mahaney’s Book Review- Something’s Lost and Must Be Found by Lisa Begin-Kruysman Part 2

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After reading Dr Mahaney’s Book Review- Something’s Lost and Must Be Found: Six Short Tails of Inspiration on a Long Leash by Lisa Begin-Kruysman Part 1, I’m ready to share my veterinary perspective on the next two chapters in Part 2 (of 3). Losing the Wait As there are an inordinate number overweight and obese […]

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Dr. Mahaney’s Book Review- Something’s Lost and Must Be Found by Lisa Begin-Kruysman Part 1

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Lisa Begin-Kruysman’s Something’s Lost and Must Be Found: Six Short Tails of Inspiration on a Long Leash is an intriguing collection of stories profiling the familiar and otherworldly relationships between people and companion animals.  In reviewing the tales, my scientific mind always defaults back to the veterinary perspective and primarily focuses on canine and feline […]

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Dr. Mahaney’s Book Review- The Complete Cat’s Meow by Darelene Arden

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My clinical practice in veterinary acupuncture primarily caters to dogs, but feline patients, especially those with immune system compromising conditions (cancer, chronic infection, etc) have been increasingly coming my way for treatment. The inquisitive clients attached to my cat patients always have a variety of questions for which I strive to give the most helpful […]

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Could Enzo From The Art of Racing in The Rain Have Lived More Comfortably As A Senior Dog

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Until recently, I have strayed away from pet memoirs for recreational reading. As my professional day as a veterinarian is filled with heart wrenching stories of canine and feline illness, I need more escapist literary fare to take my mind off of work.  Steig Llarson’s The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo series has nicely done […]

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