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National Hairball Awareness Day

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Hairballs are the bane of many pet owners’ existences, but are you aware of what this unpleasant sounding and looking health problem actually involves? Having previously owned cats and having had innumerable felines as patients over the years, I’m well familiar with this issue and the treatment options. So, I’ve put together this guide for […]

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Interview with Veterinarian Liz Bales, Creator of the NoBowl Feeding System

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This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s Pet-Lebrity News column on Pet360.com as Interview with Veterinarian Liz Bales, Creator of the NoBowl Feeding System. I’m always eager to share the good works of my fellow alumni from my alma mater, the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Liz Bales, a veterinarian who has […]

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Dr. Patrick Mahaney Discusses The Holistic Approach to Cancer on The Pet Show with Dr. Katy

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Are you aware that your pet’s cancer can be treated holistically? When it comes down to it, the holistic approach involves taking into account whole-body function and not just focusing on killing cancer cells and can improve a pet’s clinical response to treatment. Generally, the holistic approach involves providing medications, supplements, herbs, whole-food diet, and […]

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Join Me at the 2016 Dog Film Festival Los Angeles

Are you a canine aficionado? If so please join Cardiff and me at the Dog Film Festival’s inaugural event in Los Angeles on June 4th and 5th, 2016. Tracie Hotchner, my Holistic Vets cohost on Radio Pet Lady Network, launched the Dog Film Festival in New York City in 2016 and now Los Angeles plays host […]

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Holistic Vets: Dr. Mahaney Talks Cancerous vs Non-Cancerous Skin Masses

Have you ever felt a lump or bump on your pet that has caused you concern? Instead of jumping right to tumor terminology, I consider such changes from my patients’ normal skin health to be mass-like lesions. Having a veterinarian examine your pet’s mass-like is crucial to determine the appropriate steps in establishing a diagnosis […]

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