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Dr. Patrick Mahaney Talks Taking Care of Your Pet’s Ears for Animal Wellness Magazine

Does your pet suffer from ear problems?  Can any proactive measures be taken to prevent painful ear inflammation and infection?  The goods news is that owners can help reduce the potential their canine or feline companion will be affected by common ailments affecting the ears.   Recently, I weighed in on the topic for Animal […]

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Keep Holiday Gift Opening Fun and Safe With Cats on Catster.com

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Gift giving is a prominent part of our holiday celebrations, but the festivity around such traditions isn’t necessarily interpreted the same way by our canine and feline companions and health problems can ensue as a result.     Curious felines don’t realize that holiday gift wrapping and decorations are meant to be kept outside of […]

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Honest Kitchen Blog: February is National Cat Health Month

February was National Cat Health Month, so as a practicing holistic veterinarian, I’ve got much to say about the means by which owners should best care for their feline friends. I first have to state that owners must make their cat’s health a daily priority. This means that efforts should be made each day to […]

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Honest Kitchen Blog: Honest Kitchen’s Pet Holiday Gift Guide 2015

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Should you get your pet any gifts this holiday season? Personally, I am more of a fan of taking the money one would spend on gifts that a pet may not truly need and instead investing it in veterinary care or training. Learn about my top suggestions for pet winter holiday gift giving via Honest […]

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Weight Management for the Overweight and Obese Pet

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  You may not be aware, but pet obesity has reached epidemic proportions in the U.S.  In 2014, the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP)conducted it’s annual National Pet Obesity Awareness Day Survey by partnering with veterinarians and establishing that 52.7 percent of dogs and 57.9 percent of cats are overweight or obese. That’s nearly nearly […]

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