Podcast: What's New in Wellness Care

You won’t want to take your pet for their yearly wellness exam until you’ve taken a few minutes to listen to our talk with Dr. Patrick Mahaney about what’s new in wellness.

  • Which portion of your pet’s wellness is most important?
  • Have pet wellness recommendations changed?
  • What do pet parents need to know before buying pet meds online?
  • Should you be having a conversation with your vet about your pet’s nutrition and supplements?
  • What holistic or alternative therapies could help keep your pet healthy?

What other questions do you plan on bringing up to your pet’s vet during this year’s routine check up? Tell us below:


Dr. Patrick MahaneyDr. Patrick Mahaney is Los Angeles’ premier, concierge, house-call veterinarian through his company California Pet Acupuncture and Wellness (CPAW), Inc. He also provides holistic treatment for cancer patients at the Veterinary Cancer Group. Dr. Mahaney is a highly sought after certified veterinary journalist and shares his expert perspective on animal health and current events via Animal Wellness, AOL’s Paw NationHamptons PetThe Honest Kitchen Blog, PetMD’s The Daily VetPetSafePet World Insider, and Victoria Stilwell’s Positively.com. He co-hosts an internet radio show, Holistic Vets on the Radio Pet Lady Network. 

 Dr. Mahaney makes television appearances, including Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family and is the go-to-holistic veterinarian for Animal Planet’s My Cat From Hell. He participates in public speaking engagements through BlogPawsUCLA Extension, and Western University of Health Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Mahaney is a member of many professional advocacy groups, including the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), California Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA), International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS), and Lesbian Gay Veterinary Medical Association (LGVMA).

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