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Dr. Mahaney’s Top Ten Tips for Walking your Pet

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January is Walk Your Pet Month, so it’s time to get up and moving. Here are my top 10 reasons why walking your pet is a simple and important aspect of promoting his mental health and well-being for The Honest Kitchen: Dr. Mahaney’s Top Pet Travel Safety Tips Thank you for reading this article.  Your constructive […]

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Is a Person’s History of Animal Abuse an Indicator of Future Violence?

This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s Pet-Lebrity News column on Pet360.com as Is a Person’s History of Animal Abuse an Indicator of Future Violence? Have you been watching the Netflix series Making a Murderer? If you haven’t heard of the engrossing documentary series, it’s sweeping the nation and creating controversy about the legal system […]

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Is a Person’s History of Animal Abuse an Indicator of Future Violence?

This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s Pet-Lebrity News column on Pet360.com as Is a Person’s History of Animal Abuse an Indicator of Future Violence? Have you been watching the Netflix series Making a Murderer? If you haven’t heard of the engrossing documentary series, it’s sweeping the nation and creating controversy about the legal system as applied […]

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Honest Kitchen Blog: Dr. Mahaney’s Top Pet Travel Safety Tips

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Do you travel with your pet? Many owners do with varying degrees of ease or difficulty. Traveling with pets can be a stressful experience for both owner and pet. Yet, with proper precautions both human and animal travelers can have a safer and less-stressful experience. Here are my top tips for traveling safe with pets […]

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Do Some Breeds Age “Faster” Than Others?

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At what age is your pet considered to be senior?  There is no simple answer for every cat and dog, but the general principle practiced by many veterinarians (including myself) is that pets having achieved seven years of age have entered the senior phase of their lives. The conventional perspective that one pet year equals […]

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