Pet Memorials

Memorial for Spencer the Labrador Retriever

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It’s always challenging for my clients to lose a beloved pet.  It’s even tougher when that canine or feline companion is actually part of your family. October 2016 was a sad month, as not only did I lose Gentle Ben as my patient, but my sister, Michelle Scott, had to let go of her Labrador […]

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Memorial for Rocky the Cancer Survivor

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I was saddened to learn that a lovely senior canine patient who, like Cardiff, overcame lymphoma and led a high quality of life until his final weeks. I got to know Rocky as my patient through Veterinary Cancer Group and strove to holistically complement his chemotherapy with acupuncture, supplements, herbs, whole food diet. Here’s Rocky’s […]

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Memorial for Gentle Ben the Belgian Malinois

A challenging part of my veterinary practice is losing a patient to illness, injury, or other life-altering circumstances. As I work with many patients on a life-long basis, the potential for their loss is something faced during juvenile, adult, or senior years. Yet, the reality that beloved companion animals may no longer coexist in our […]

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A Fond Farewell to Uggie the Jack Russell Terrier

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This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s Pet-Lebrity News column on Pet360.com as A Fond Farewell to Uggie the Jack Russell Terrier Last week, fans with heavy hearts bid Uggie, the Jack Russell Terrier and canine star of the film The Artist, a fond farewell. According to Daily Mail, Uggie was put to sleep at the advanced […]

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Pet Memorial for Emma the Weimaraner

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Emma is one of the dogs that has a story that must be shared, as she overcame many health concerns during her lifetime to have a good quality of life as a senior Weimaraner. Emma had Mast Cell Tumors, which manifsted as many subcutaneous and superficial skin masses and went through many surgeries and chemotherapy […]

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