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Dr. Mahaney’s Perspective on Natural Disaster Preparedness

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As a southern California dweller, wildfires, mudslides, and earthquakes are some of the natural disasters my dog Cardiff, my patients, and I face on a year-round basis. Nature versus man events can randomly occur, or are more likely to happen, on a seasonal basis. Fortunately, the seasonal nature of certain disasters gives pet owners the […]

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Dr. Patrick Mahaney Talks Supplements for Your Pets on The Pet Show with Dr. Katy

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Dr. Patrick Mahaney Talks Supplements for Your Pets on The Pet Show with Dr. Katy PM.com categories The Pet Show with Dr. Katy News Animal Health Cardiff Canine Lymphoma Education Awareness and Research (CLEAR) Foundation See email (Dr. Nelson on L, me in middle, and Cardiff in a chair on the R) with photo for […]

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Staging for Canine and Feline Cancer Patients – The Urine and Fecal Testing Stages

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This article originally appeared on PetMD as Staging for Canine and Feline Cancer Patients – The Urine and Fecal Testing Stages . Now that you’ve read What is ‘Staging’ and Why Is it Important for the Pet Cancer Patient? and Staging for Canine and Feline Cancer Patients – The Blood Testing Stage, it’s time to move […]

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Staging for Canine and Feline Cancer Patients – The Blood Testing Stage

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Now that you’ve read The Importance of Staging for Pets With Cancer, Part 1, it’s time to move on to the next group of diagnostics used when staging cancer patient. Staging is the process of combining a veterinarian’s physical examination with a variety of diagnostic tests to help determine if the presence of cancer is […]

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What is Staging and Why Is it Important for the Pet Cancer Patient?

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When a pet is diagnosed with cancer, the degree to which the body is affected by disease often isn’t immediately obvious. While an owner may see a mass-like lesion on a pet’s limb, masses having the same or different cellular makeup can potentially lurk elsewhere in the body. For descriptive purposes, I use the term mass-like […]

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