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Dr. Patrick Mahaney Debunks Dog Nutrition Myths for AOL PawNation

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This article originally appeared on AOL pawnation as Dog Nurtition Myths Debunked  Most pet owners admit that while their canine companions are wonderful, intelligent and talented, they can sometimes be a little confusing. And by a little, we mean a lot. Thankfully, there are experts who can help us better understand our furry friends. Celebrity […]

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Physical Therapy Tip Of The Month: Hip Dysplasia – What’s a Dawg Mama to Do?

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Intriguing perspective on canine hip dysplasia from animal physical rehabilitator Susan Davis, PT of JoyCareOnsite.com.  See: Physical Therapy Tip Of The Month: Hip Dysplasia – What’s a Dawg Mama to Do? These articles originally appeared on DawgBusiness.com. It’s all about guiding and empowering you to help your pet avoid injury, provide practical solutions and achieve rapid restoration of […]

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Cleft Palate in Dogs Awareness

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This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s The Daily Vet column on PetMD as Cleft Palate in Dogs Awareness. The Internet’s cuteness meter was recently taken by storm with the story of an adorable dog named Josh, who has a birth defect that limits his quality of life and the ability to properly eat and […]

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Boneland Serves Hilarious Canine Spoof of Showtime’s Hit Show Homeland

  This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s Pet-Lebrity News  column on Pet360.com as; Boneland Serves Hilarious Canine Spoof of Showtime’s Hit Show ‘Homeland’ Are you a fan of Showtime’s hit political dramaHomeland?  If you’re not aware of the show, it is a multi-Emmy award winning program which just broadcast the finale of its third […]

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Memorial for Georgia the Labrador Retriever

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  It’s always sad to experience the loss of one of my patients.  The dogs and cats that I work with as patients are often part of my life for months to years, so a void is left when they cross the rainbow bridge. Creating a memorial helps my clients say goodbye to their canine […]

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