Vets Abroad

Reducing Pet Overpopulation and Stopping the Dog Meat Trade in Thailand

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This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s The Daily Vet column on PetMD as Reducing Pet Overpopulation and Stopping the Dog Meat Trade in Thailand. This is the third of a three part series of Daily Vet articles I’ve written about my recent trip to the Far East. In case you missed them, here are […]

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Diagnosing and Treating Canine Dry Eye in a Third World Country

This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s The Daily Vet column on PetMD as Diagnosing and Treating Canine Dry Eye in a Third World Country. For this week’s Daily Vet column, I’ve decided to write about my experience as a visiting foreign doctor in a Third World country. This trip to Thailand was a nice combination […]

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Green Manure and Other Treats Greet Veterinarians at Standard Process Manufacturing Plant and Organic Farm

Photo of Patrick Mahaney Standard Process Sign

I recently had the pleasure to visit the Standard Process (SP) manufacturing plant and farm outside of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  As I regularly take SP products and prescribed them to my animal patients, I jumped at the opportunity for a firsthand look at the resources and production behind SP supplements. The sparkling clean plant greeted the other […]

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Chinese Veterinary Hospital Visit Yields Comparisons to Western Practice

Cats and dogs calmly congregating in a communal treatment area.  Concerned pet owners comforting a furry friend on their laps  while receiving intravenous or subcutaneous fluids (once removed from a fashionable Burberry print pet carrier).  Veterinary nurses with baby blue uniforms including matching face masks and hats.  A cute Pekingese sporting a tiger dyed hairdo. […]

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A Grateful Thank You To All Supporters of My Amazon Cares Cause

photo of Dr Patrick Mahaney Peru Dog Tamanco

My trip to Peru has concluded and all I have to show for it is my series “Vets Abroad” blog posts, a vast collection of commemorative photos, and resolving scars from nasty insect bites. Then again, I’d rather not have bought home an undesirable traveling companion in the form of Malaria, Dengue Fever, or some […]

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