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World’s Oldest Two-Faced Cat Dies at 15 Years of Age

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This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s The Daily Vet column on PetMD as World’s Oldest Two-Faced Cat Dies at 15 Years of Age. I was saddened to hear the news of a remarkable, two-faced, 15-year-old cat who recently passed away. Yet, I’m intrigued to learn more about this feline and how he lived to […]

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Vet Advice on Caring for Your Pet’s Skin and Coat

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Proper grooming is an essential responsibility for any person in charge of caretaking a companion animal. This doesn’t mean only taking your dog to the groomer when his coat exudes a foul odor or when you cat is covered in hair mats. Grooming is an every-day obligation comparable to taking care of your own or […]

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Does Inappropriate Urination Make Your Feline Friend a Cat From Hell?

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This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s The Daily Vet column on PetMD as Does Inappropriate Urination Make Your Feline Friend a Cat From Hell? Having been involved on the production side of the Animal Planet’s hit show My Cat From Hell (MCFH) for three seasons, I am now familiar with and have some expectation for the […]

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Holistic Vets: Dr. Mahaney Discusses 2015 Dog Film Festival and Top Holistic Canine Health Tips

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On this edition of Holistic Vets , Tracie Hotchner and I talk about the upcoming Radio Pet Lady Network Dog Film Festival, in October, 2015 in New York City. At the festiveal, I’ll be joining the panel discussion on “Early Detection of Cancer Can Save Your Dog’s Life” sponsored by VCA Hospitals with “Dr. Sue the […]

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Titer Test: Safer for Your Pet Than Routine Vaccines, and at an Affordable Cost

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I always enjoy sharing the perspective of likeminded fellow veterinarians and other pet-industry writers. Prevention of illness resulting from vaccinations is particularly close to me, as my own dog Cardiff suffers from immune-mediated disease (Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia) potentially correlating with vaccinations. Such is why I recommend performing antibody titers, like Spectrum Labs’ VacciCheck (link […]

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