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Memorial for Viking the German Shepherd Dog

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Letting a beloved pet go is never easy for any owner, but we veterinarians also experience loss in this process. Earlier this summer, I helped a dog that I’ve know for years as a neighbor and friend of Cardiff’s to transition out of this world. Viking was a senior, German Shepherd Dog who led a […]

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What Congress’ Passing of the Veterinary Mobility Act Means for You and Your Pets

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  This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s The Daily Vet column on PetMD as What Congress’ Passing of the Veterinary Mobility Act Means for You and Your Pets   Great news emerged recently from the U.S.. House, which passed an act that is very important to veterinarians, our clients, and our patients: theVeterinary Medicine Mobility […]

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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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The Truth About Pet Health and #Zooeyia

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Dr Patrick Mahaney: Pet industry expert, veterinarian, colleague, and someone who has spoken at and attended most BlogPaws Conferences. .  Mahaney’s terrier, Cardiff, is living (and thriving) despite his diagnoses of Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia and more recently, cancer. Here’s the scoop on vitamins and supplements for dogs from my interview with Dr. Mahaney recently for Fidose […]

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Sizzlin’ Summer Safety Tips via Hamptons Pet

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SPF (Summer Pet Fun) Even pets with thick fur run the risk of sunburn. Protect skm by covering the nose, ears and other exposed areas with pet-appropriate clothing or applying a pet-friendly sunscreen free of salicylates and zinc oxide (which are toxic if ingested). Pink-skinned pets should always wear sun protection or be confined to […]

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