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Dr. Patrick Mahaney Debunks Dog Training Myths for AOL PawNation

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Have a dog behavior concern? Check out my veterinary perspective on canine conduct via AOL’s PawNation: Dog Training Myths Debunked Thank you for reading this article.  Your questions and comments are completely welcome (I’ll respond). Please feel free to communicate with me through Twitter (@PatrickMahaney) and follow my adventures in veterinary medicine by liking Patrick Mahaney: Veterinarian Acupuncture […]

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Pet Food Ingredients: The Questionable

This article originally appeared on my ongoing series of articles for Flexcin International, Inc as Pet Food Labels: Questionable Pet Food Ingredients As part of our “Reading Pet Food Labels” series, we covered the basics along with the ‘Good’ and ‘Bad’ ingredients. Now it’s time to cover the ‘Questionable’ ingredients you may find in your pet’s food or treats. The questionable nature of these […]

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Pet Food Ingredients: The Bad

This article originally appeared on my ongoing series of articles for Flexcin International, Inc as Pet Food Labels: Bad Ingredients- BHA, BHT, Ethoxyquin, and Propylene Glycol I encourage pet owners to scrutinize the ingredients listed on the labels of your pet’s food and treats. It is important to do this before any edible item enters the mouth of […]

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Kenneling Concerns for Pet Health and Safety

Cardiff Prefers a Cage Free Option When Boarding

When considering your summertime plans, including your pet may not be the most appropriate choice for your particular circumstance. After all, there are many occasions when a pet’s presence may be impractical, unsafe or merely unwelcome. Although I strive to include my dog (Cardiff) in my daily activities and travel, I recognize that sometimes this […]

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Introducing Cardiff’s Crunchies

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Do you give your dog any treats? If so, do you look at the label and closely scrutinize the ingredients? If not, you may be doing your beloved canine companion a disservice by providing pet-grade ingredients that have been deemed unfit for human consumption. Yes, those tasty, moist, meaty treats your dog loves may actually […]

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