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Dr. Patrick Mahaney Named 2019 Best Vet by Modern Luxury Angeleno Magazine The Luxe List

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I moved to Los Angeles in 2006 at 32 years of age in search of my forever home where I could have an optimal quality of life in a warm and urban climate while figuring out how to best to make my mark on the world as a practicing veterinarian.   At the time I […]

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Dr. Patrick Mahaney Talks Hypothyroidism and Arbuckle the Dog on The Pet Show with Dr. Katy

If you heard of my canine patient Arbuckle? He’s an Insta-famous social media star having amassed over 90,000 followers on his @AllAboutArbuckle Instagram page as of 12/18.   Why is Arbuckle so famous?  Well, he’s got quite the story of overcoming adversity as he was found abandoned in the Los Angeles area weighing in at […]

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What is Parvovirus? Causes, Treatment, and Prevention

Canine Parvovirus (CPV) is a potential killer in the world of infectious organisms that can affect our dog companions.  Unfortunately, many owners don’t know that their pooch is infected until clinical signs of mild to severe digestive tract upset (decreased appetite, vomit, diarrhea, etc.) occur.   CPV is diagnosis that we veterinarians hate giving our […]

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The Vets Will See You Now via Real Simple Magazine October 2018

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 […]

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Canine and Feline Heart Disease: Causes, Treatment and Prevention

Heart disease is one diagnosis that greatly concerns many pet owners when it is given to a canine, feline, or other animal companion by the veterinarian overseeing the pet’s health.   Fortunately, there are many types and varying degrees of severity when it comes to heart disease.  If your pet is diagnosed with a heart […]

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