Dr. Patrick Mahaney Debunks Thanksgiving Foods Safety Myths via AOL PawNation

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Should you let your canine companion eat turkey from your Thanksgiving table? Can your cat eat corn or sweet potato? Find the answers to the above questions and more via AOL’s PawNation: Dr. Patrick Mahaney Debunks Thanksgiving Foods Safety Myths via AOL PawNation. Each Thanksgiving, I cringe upon reading articles written by “pet experts” and […]

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The Best Food for Cats: Is There Only One Right Choice?

I greatly enjoy working with colleagues in the pet-media world to promote the message of holistic pet health. Recently, certified pet nutrition consultant Jodi Ziskin of Healthy Pet Coach shared an article on Ingrid King’s The Conscious Cat that I felt my readers should see. Here we go. Cats are like snowflakes – no two are […]

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Top Tips for Pet Earthquake Preparedness

This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s The Daily Vet column on PetMD as Top Tips for Pet Earthquake Preparedness. Drought, wildfires, and earthquakes are some of the natural disasters that we Californians currently face. This may deter some people from moving to The Golden State, but I’d rather endure a chance that the earth […]

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Laura Nativo and Dr. Patrick Mahaney Talk Canine Cancer on Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family

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I enjoy the opportunity to share my vetrinary perspecive in a variety of media outlets. Recently, Candace Rose featured the apperance Laura Nativo and I made on Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family to discuss canine cancer diagnosis, treatment and prevention on www.CandaceRose.com. To see the full article as it appears on Candace Rose, click here: […]

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Harvest a Safe Autumn via Hamptons Pet

Fall into a new season with easy to remember safety tips. BY DR. PATRICK MAHANEY DVM Fall brings with it new back-to-school routines, cooler temperatures and pumpkin everything. It also brings certain seasonal hazards that can potentially put pets at risk. For a festive, fun and healthy fall, just follow these simple tips. A BETTER […]

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