cats

Everything You Need to Know About Nail Caps For Cats via Rover.com

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  Do you have a cat that is prone to clawing your couch or other sensitive surfaces (or you) around your home?    Cat scratches are a common reason that motivates many pet owners to consider a variety of options to prevent trauma to the skin of their human and animal family members well as […]

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Dr. Patrick Mahaney Talks Eating Disorders in Pets on The Pet Show with Dr. Katy

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You may not know it, but your pet could have an eating disorder.     I had the opportunity to discuss this important health issue on the ABC7 WJLA program The Pet Show with Dr. Katy.  See Eating Disorders in Pets and share it with your fellow pet aficionados.    What kind of eating disorders […]

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Dr. Patrick Mahaney’s Top Products of SuperZoo 2019

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Well, another SuperZoo has come and gone. For those of you who are unfamiliar, SuperZoo was founded in 1950 by the World Pet Association (WPA) and is the world’s largest pet trade show which occurs annually in Las Vegas.   I’ve previously attended SuperZoo, but my prior role had me committed to one company for […]

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CatConLA 2019 Attracts Feline Fans For Furry Fun

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It’s time again for CatConLA.  2019 marks the third conference I’ve attended, going back to the inaugural event in 2015, and it’s always an experience for in-person learning of the latest and greatest products and experiences of the feline kind. What is CatConLA? “The world’s original and biggest cat-centric pop culture event, CatCon™, celebrates its […]

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5 Ways Acupuncture Can Help Dogs

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Are you aware that dogs (and cats) can benefit from acupuncture treatment?  The practice is a traditional Chinese veterinary medicine (TCVM) discipline that is just one of the tools we veterinarians can use to help improve our patients’ health.   I primarily use acupuncture to help reduce the pain pets experience as a result of […]

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