poison control

Interview with Dr. Justine Lee from the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center

This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s Pet-Lebrity News column on Pet360.com as Interview with Dr. Justine Lee from the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center. I love learning of the good deeds done by fellow veterinarians that have spent some of their veterinary educational process at my alma mater, the School of Veterinary Medicine at […]

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Embrace Pet Insurance Podcast: Dr. Patrick Mahaney on Pet Poison Dangers

I enjoy the chance to partner with professional associate (and fellow Penn alumnus) Laura Bennett from Embrace Pet Insurance for monthly podcasts covering a variety of pet health issues.  Poisons our pets may consume or be exposed to is a topic having year round relevance. Check out: Pet Poison Dangers (click link to hear the podcast on […]

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Summertime Festive Food Safety

Provincetown Seafood Sign

  Summertime Festive Food Safety is part 2 of FlexPet’s Summertime Pet Safety Series. In the first part of FlexPet’s Summertime Pet Safety Series (see The Dog Days of Summer), we explored the environmental and climate related concerns associated with warmer weather. In this next part of the series we will cover the health concerns surrounding […]

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Top Ten Topics Veterinarians Wish Pet Owners Better Understood Part 2

Cardiff Could Be Considered a Lemon by Health Standards Correlating with Breeding

This article originally appeared on Dr Mahaney’s The Daily Vet column on petMD. How do thriving puppies and kittens become unhealthy dogs and cats in their adult and senior years? To further explore this topic, I created a list — Top Ten Topics Veterinarians Wish Pets Owners Better Understood. Last week I gave you the first five. Let’s […]

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Could Your Easter Celebration Make Your Pet Sick?

Photo of Dog with Bunny Ears

This article originally appeared on Flexcin.com as: Could Your Easter Celebration Make Your Pet Sick? Easter and the spring season are a time for celebrating new life. Traditions include egg hunting, decorating, and feasting, especially on chocolates and candies. While these are all great ways to celebrate the holiday, they each pose potential threats for your […]

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