pets

The Pet PT Pit Stop: Vaccinosis – A Vexing Conundrum

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As a veterinarian, it’s helpful to get perspective from others involved in the realm of animal treatment that have training foundations on the human side, like Susan Davis, PT of JoyCareOnsite.com.  In the following article, “The Pet PT Pit Stop: Vaccinosis – A Vexing Conundrum“, Davis brings attention to concerns that I strongly share: the […]

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Embrace Pet Insurance Podcast: Pet Nutrition

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What do you feed your pet?  The subject elicits much controversy among pet owners, food manufacturers, and veterinarians.  Dr. Patrick Mahaney and Laura Bennett discuss a vaiety of pet nutrition topics in this Pet Place (Embrace Pet Insurance) Podcast, including: 1. Do the foods that tout added nutrients for things like joint health really help […]

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Honest Kitchen Blog: Dr. Mahaney’s Top Pet Travel Safety Tips

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Do you travel with your pet? Many owners do with varying degrees of ease or difficulty. Traveling with pets can be a stressful experience for both owner and pet. Yet, with proper precautions both human and animal travelers can have a safer and less-stressful experience. Here are my top tips for traveling safe with pets […]

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Honest Kitchen Blog: Pet Diabetes: Clinical Signs, Treatment, and Prevention

Do you know that pets can get diabetes? It’s one of the more common endocrine (glandular) diseases affecting pets and it’s actually mostly preventable. Learn about pet diabetes via this article for The Honest Kitchen: Pet Diabetes: Clinical Signs, Treatment, and Prevention  Thank you for reading this article.  Your constructive comments are welcome (although I may […]

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Weight Management for the Overweight and Obese Pet

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  You may not be aware, but pet obesity has reached epidemic proportions in the U.S.  In 2014, the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP)conducted it’s annual National Pet Obesity Awareness Day Survey by partnering with veterinarians and establishing that 52.7 percent of dogs and 57.9 percent of cats are overweight or obese. That’s nearly nearly […]

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