pet health

Dr. Mona Rosenberg On CBS LA Discussing Zoobiquity

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Have you heard of Zoobiquity? It’s an important concept that explores the relationship between human and animal health. Recently, my veterinary oncologist colleague at Veterinary Cancer Group, Dr. Mona Rosenberg, appeared on CBS LA to discuss treatment of her canine patient having breast cancer who received a chemotherapeutic drug that is new to veterinary medicine […]

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Ease the Side Effects of Your Dog’s Cancer Treatment

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This article originally appeared on the American Kennel Club (AKC) website as Ease the Side Effects of Your Dog’s Cancer Treatment. Five Questions to Ask Your Veterinarian About Holistic Cancer Care Dr. Patrick Mahaney is a veterinarian and certified pet acupuncturist who provides holistic treatment for canine cancer patients. He has shared shares his expertise via […]

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Safety Tactics for Proper Pet Restraint

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When you leave the safe confines of your home, how do you provide sufficient restraint to keep your pet safe? Or if you have a yard where your dog can limitlessly bound, how does your canine companion stay away from cars, strangers, or poisons? Check out my veterinary perspective on proper pet restraint in the […]

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Australian Government Mandates Dogs Belonging to Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Leave the Country

This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s Pet-Lebrity News column on Pet360.com as Australian Government Mandates Dogs Belonging to Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Leave the Country. Did you hear about the recent pet scandal involving one of the world’s most popular and highly paid actors, his new wife and their two dogs? Well, it was […]

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petMD Provides Advice to Dog Owners in Midst of Canine Influenza Outbreak

Did you know that dogs can also be infected with influenza virus. They are actually prone to influenza from pigs (“swine flu”), within their own species (canine influenza), and potentially from other species (time will tell). At the advent of the outbreak of canine influenza in April, 2015 in the midwest, I weighed in on […]

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