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Veterinarians Answer: Lyme Vaccine- Yay or Nay via Dawg Business

Jana Rade again called upon me and my fellow veterinary writers for Dawg Business .  As we’ve moving into the moist and warmer days of spring, ticks will start to emerge that can bite your pet and potentially transmit bacteria capable of causing severe illness.     One such illness is Lyme disease, which is […]

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Honest Kitchen Blog: Canine & Feline Osteosarcoma: Causes, Diagnosis & Treatment

Cancer is one of the worst diagnoses any owner can get as pertains to the health of a beloved pet.     Like in humans, there are numerous types of cancer that affect many of our canine and feline companions’ body systems.  One cancer that severely compromises a pet’s quality of life and ultimately leads […]

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Dr. Patrick Mahaney Honors the Centenary the Birth of Author James Herriot

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  As a practicing veterinarian having been in clinical experience since 1999, James Herriot’s name has always been synonymous with my chosen career. James Herriot is the pen name for James Alfred Wright, an England-based veterinarian and author world famous for his many literary works with the most-acclaimed being the semi-autobiographical All Creatures Great and […]

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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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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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