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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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My Cat From Hell’s Veterinarian Discusses Medical Reasons Behind Feline Bad Behavior

Molly Pops Her Head Out of Her Carrier

I am enthusiastic that Jackson Galaxy asked me to contribute my holistic veterinary perspective in both seasons two and three of Animal Planet’s My Cat From Hell (MCFH). Galaxy (AKA Cat Daddy) understands the intrinsic connection between feline behavior and underlying medical abnormalities.  For the cats that Galaxy suspects to have health problems potentially correlating with their ‘hellish’ […]

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I Did Taw A Puddy Tat- Part 2

As you know from my previous blog, I Did Taw a Putty Tat, I really sink my teeth into any chance to get up close and personal with my neighboring fanciful felines. Before my dad and I moved in with my other dad, we lived in a West Hollywood condominium complex with a common pool […]

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Dr Mahaney’s Book Review- The Complete Cat’s Meow by Darelene Arden

Photo of Complete Cats Meow Book Cover Darlene Arden

My clinical practice in veterinary acupuncture primarily caters to dogs, but feline patients, especially those with immune system compromising conditions (cancer, chronic infection, etc) have been increasingly coming my way for treatment. The inquisitive clients attached to my cat patients always have a variety of questions for which I strive to give the most helpful […]

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