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How Do You Know if Your Vet is a Keeper?

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I enjoy the opportunity to share the perspecive of like-minded media outlets focusing on pet health.   Recently, Julia Williams published an article that caught my interest: How Do You Know if Your Vet is a Keeper?   By Julia Williams Of all the things we can do to help our pets live long and […]

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Is it a Good Idea to Use Your Pet as an Alarm Clock?

This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s The Daily Vet column on PetMD as Is it a Good Idea to Use Your Pet as an Alarm Clock?   Does your sleeping space also function as a bed for your canine or feline companion? Is your dog or cat habitually waking you up in the morning […]

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Treating Your Pet’s Vaccine Associated Skin Swellings, Lumps, and Bumps

This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s The Daily Vet column on PetMD as Treating Your Pet’s Vaccine Associated Skin Swellings, Lumps, and Bumps   Having practiced veterinary medicine in Southern California for eight years, I’ve become quite familiar with the administration of rattlesnake vaccinations to dogs that are potentially susceptible to the life-threatening trauma of […]

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Can a Veterinarian Treat His Own Pet?

This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s The Daily Vet column on PetMD as Can a Veterinarian Treat His Own Pet? We veterinarians are very familiar with the process of guiding our clients through the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses as a daily event in our veterinary practices. Yet, what happens when a veterinarian’s animal […]

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Dr. Patrick Mahaney Included in American Animal Hospital Association Coverage of BlogPaws 2013

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Recently, I had the opportunity to sit on a panel of veterinarians and bloggers at BlogPaws 2013.  Included in this panel was American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) president Dr. Kate Knutson.  AAHA’s Sarah Rumple posted a follow-up report on AAHA Member Connection about their experience attending BlogPaws, which includes details of the panel and a […]

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