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Covering a broad range of topics about natural preventive wellness care and , integrative treatments for dogs and cats, with Tracie Hotchner and co-hosted by holistic house call veterinarian Dr. Patrick Mahaney in West Hollywood, California.
With Tracie Hotchner and Co-Hosted by
Dr. Patrick Mahaney
Los Angeles based Dr. Patrick Mahaney is a holistic vet and acupuncturist whose knowledge of Chinese medicine and supplements — combined with his passion for healthy nutrition — help him address wellness for his canine and feline patients. Dr. Patrick shares his perspective on companion animal care on his National Pet Care Examiner column, Teddy Hilton.com and The Daily Vet on PetMD as well as his own blog at PatrickMahaney.com.Follow @PatrickMahaney
and also co-hosted by
Judy Morgan (DVM, CVA, CVCP, CVFT) has owned two holistic veterinary clinics in Southern New Jersey for over 20 years where she specializes in nutrition from the Chinese medicine perspective and is also an acupuncturist and chiropractor. She is the author of FROM NEEDLES TO NATURAL: Learning Holistic Pet Healing.Follow @integratedpets
DISCLAIMER: Please be aware that the advice I give on the air or in emails — or those you see posted here — are not intended to take the place of a veterinarian's advice or expertise. I say this to protect myself from being misunderstood or from your over-reliance on my advice in situations where your pet may be seriously ill and you would mistakenly delay seeking medical intervention. While I am confident in the research-based facts and common-sense advice I can offer, it is never meant to be used at the exclusion of trained, accredited and board certified professionals. But I also have this disclaimer to protect your cat or dog — because what you learn from me is not intended to take the place of medical care or professional evaluation — on the contrary, my desire is to equip you with information that will allow you to enjoy your pets to the fullest, and also to encourage you to seek professional medical attention whenever there are physical symptoms or an overall change in your pet's attitude. —Tracie Hotchner