Laura Nativo

Canine and Human Celebrities Rally for the Cause of Animal Welfare

Dr Patrick Mahaney with Uggie from the Oscar Winning Weinstein Company Movie The Artist

This article originally appeared on petMD News as Canine and Human Celebrities Rally for the Cause of Animal Welfare  Celebrities of the two and four-legged variety converged at the Beverly Hilton for the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) 26th Genesis Awards ceremony. In this annual star studded, red carpet event, HSUS recognizes and pays tribute […]

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Puppy Training Tips From 5 Celebrity Pet Training Experts

Cardiff Jumps Through Hoops for Treats (like Cardiff's Crunchies from www.LuckyDogCuisine.com

This article originally appeared on Dr Mahaney’s The Daily Vet column on petMD. Aah, the joys of puppyhood: sleepless nights, soiled carpets, chewed shoes and other seemingly endless challenges to one’s sanity. I’m eternally grateful that the powers having influence over canine trainability were gracious with my dog, Cardiff, who has evolved into well behaved adult. […]

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Petsami and Laura Nativo Offer an Insightfully Interactive Pet Media Experience

Photo of Laura Nativo Preston Casanova Penelope Additional Dog

These are exciting time for pet loving people due to the plethora of available informative media options based on entertaining and educational content. According to the Time magazine Technology section article ‘The Beast with a Billion Eyes’, YouTube has grown to an impressive “more than four billion page views per day”. With YouTube being so […]

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National Dog Week Promotes Animal Welfare Causes Through Art, Literature, and New Media

Photo of Sergio by Donald E Brown National Dog Week Artist

How are you celebrating National Dog Week (NDW, 9/19-25)? Besides my daily work as a holistic veterinarian, I am promoting the greater cause of animal welfare by being part of the NDW media movement. Author and artist, Lisa Begin Kruysman, has resurrected the NDW to encourage pet population control through spay/neuter (S/N) and novel models […]

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