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Seven Dog Winter Dangers And How to Prevent Them

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This article originally appeared on FidoseOfReality.com as Seven Dog Winter Dangers And How to Prevent Them  Winter myths and lies are blowing across the landscape these days. Not everything you read online is true, on this we can agree. But there are some winter myths that make their way into mainstream. Myths have no place […]

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Memorial for Gryffin, The Brave Welsh Terrier Who Battled Bladder Cancer

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I was saddened to learn that a lovely Welsh Terrier patient of mine, Gryffin, recently succumbed to bladder cancer (Transitional Cell Carcinoma= TCC). I got to know Gryffin as my patient thorugh Veterinary Cancer Group (link to vetcancergroup.com) and strove to holistically complement his chemotherapy. Gryffin’s dad wrote the following memorial which I’d like to share […]

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The Natural Approach to Canine Arthritis

The Natural Approach to Canine Arthritis by Dr. Patrick Mahaney Arthritis pain in dogs is one of the most common reasons dog owners pursue evaluation and treatment with a veterinarian. Arthritis happens when one or more of the body’s joints are inflamed. When untreated, canine arthritis can progress to osteoarthritis (OA) where the cartilage surfaces […]

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There is More Than One Way to Treat Your Pet’s Pain

This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s The Daily Vet column on PetMD as There is More Than One Way to Treat Your Pet’s Pain There are many modalities available to pet owners to better manage the pain experienced by a companion canine or feline. Which options to use, how frequently they should be employed, […]

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Flea & Tick Control FAQs

Fleas, ticks, and other insects aren’t just nuisances for both pets and owners alike, they can also spread mild to fatal diseases. All pet owners must strive to prevent their canine and feline companions from contracting infectious diseases transmitted by fleas and ticks with lifestyle management and appropriate anti-parasitic medication. Some of the most common […]

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