November 13, 2012
Living in Cleveland OH, where it's rather chilly in the winter, we’re always focused on our weather and the changing seasons, and of course, winter is definitely with us. We can expect temperatures below freezing at night starting about now, developing into snow and ice on the ground permanently in January; however, other parts of the country have winter in different ways so Dr Patrick and I discuss winter dangers for pets in all parts of the country, chilly or not.
The audio recording below covers the follow topics:
- Warmer clime winter issues
- Flea and ticks in dogs and cats in winter
- Ice and cold protection for your dog
- What to do if your dog falls into cold water
- Older dogs and cats and the cold
Laura Bennett & Dr Patrick Mahaney Winter Dangers Related Posts:
November is Winter Dangers Month at Embrace Pet InsuranceGuest Post: Winter Dangers With Dr Patrick MahaneyGuest Post: A Warm Winter Is Not Necessarily A Good Thing For PetsVeterinary View: An Increase in “Blocked Cats” During Autumn?Claim Example: Ruby the Dog is kicked by a MooseOther posts by Dr Patrick Mahaney
Dr. Mahaney is a veterinarian from the University of Pennsylvania and a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist, having been inspired by his own chronic pain from Intervertebral Disc Disease to provide accupuncture to his veterinary clients. In addition to Dr Mahaney's house call integrative veterinary medicine business, California Pet Acupuncture and Wellness, he sees patients on an in-clinic basis at Veterinary Cancer Group in Culver City, CA.
Dr Mahaney writes a veterinary column (Patrick's Blog) for www.PatrickMahaney.com and contributes to a variety of media, including Perez Hilton's TeddyHilton.com, Fido Friendly, Veterinary Practice News, Healthy Pets and People with Dr Patrick on OutImpactRadio.com, and MSNBC Sunday with Alex Witt and Career Day. His first book, The Uncomfortable Vet, will be available in 2013 through Havenhurst Books.