VCA offers most advanced technology to treat animals with cancer

March 20, 2018
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Veterinary specialist, Dr. James T. Custis, III, Radiation Oncologist, who practices at the VCA Animal Diagnostic Clinic in Dallas, Texas joins eHealth Radio & the Animal Health Channel to discuss how VCA offers the most advanced technology to treat animals with cancer.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. James T. Custis discuss the following:

  1. As a veterinary radiation oncologist at VCA’s Animal Diagnostic Clinic, can you share some background on why you chose to specialize in veterinary oncology and some of the advanced educational and training requirements that are needed for this specialty? 
  2. Can you tell us about VCA Animal Diagnostic Clinic’s state-of-the art TrueBeam Radiotherapy System and how it is used to diagnose and treat pet cancer?
  3. What types of cancers can be treated with this technology and what are the benefits for pet patients and their families?
  4. It appears that VCA is on the forefront of veterinary oncology with the latest tools and techniques to treat even the most challenging cancer cases. Are there many other facilities that offer this type of advanced technology and multi-disciplinary approach to pet cancer?
  5. When a pet is being treated for cancer, what should pet parents expect during and after treatment?
  6. In addition to advanced technologies like the TrueBeam, what other innovative tools and techniques are you aware of that are being developed to treat pet cancer in the future?

 

Dr. Custis received his DVM from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005. During his two years in a progressive small animal practice in Houston, Texas, he developed a particular interest in oncology. Thus, he then pursued a one-year small animal medicine and surgery internship at Carolina Veterinary Specialists in Greensboro, North Carolina. Subsequently, he completed a dual program consisting of a Master of Science in Radiological Health Sciences, and a residency in veterinary radiation oncology at Colorado State University Flint Animal Cancer Center. He became board certified in Radiation Oncology by the American College of Veterinary Radiology in 2011. During his residency training at the Colorado State University Flint Animal Cancer Center, Dr. Custis became proficient in the utilization of new modalities such as intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) and stereotactic radiation therapy (SRT) in an effort to improve local tumor control and decrease normal tissue side effects. Dr. Custis remained on faculty at Colorado State University until joining our team in 2015. His research interest's center upon the treatment of spontaneously occurring tumors in client owned animals with an emphasis upon the potential translational applications and the benefits of radiation therapy.

In his spare time, Dr. Custis enjoys the outdoors, golf, and running with his canine companion, Huckleberry.

About VCA Animal Diagnostic Clinic

VCA Animal Diagnostic Clinic provides veterinarians, along with their clients and pets, with the highest quality diagnostic and therapeutic care as it relates to internal medicine, oncology and cardiology.

 Located in Dallas, Texas, specialists and technicians are trained to the highest standards. Their thorough knowledge of the latest procedures and medicines ensures that patients receive the best care available. One such advancement is the state-of-the-art TruebeamTM radiation technology that can deliver better, safer and faster radiation treatment with unmatched precision to tumors.

At the heart of VCA’s advanced care services are board-certified veterinarian specialists, who have access to extensive medical resources, not the least of which is the VCA knowledge base, which allows doctors to tap into the collected knowledge of over 4,000 VCA veterinarians.


 

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Website: https://vcahospitals.com/animal-diagnostic-clinic-dallas/services

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://Facebook.com/VCAAnimalHospitals
Twitter: https://Twitter.com/VCAPetHealth

VCA, offering multidisciplinary approach and advanced technology to treat animals with cancer

March 14, 2018
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Dr. Zachary Wright, DVM, the Director of Oncology at VCA Animal Diagnostic Clinic in Dallas, Texas joins eHealth Radio and the Animal Health Channel to discuss how VCA is offering multidisciplinary approach and advanced technology to treat animals with cancer.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Zachary Wright discuss the following:

  1. As director of oncology for VCA Animal Diagnostic Clinic in Dallas, Texas, can you tell us about the Animal Diagnostic Clinic and why this oncology practice is of growing importance today for pets and their families?
  2. As a veterinary medical oncologist, can you share some background on why you chose veterinary oncology and what the educational requirements are for this specialty? 
  3. How does VCA Animal Diagnostic Clinic approach diagnosing and treatment for pet cancer? What sets it apart from other veterinary hospitals and can you explain a little about the Triad of Care?
  4. What are some of the latest technologies and tools available at your clinic for the treatment of pets with cancer?
  5. In human medicine, we hear a lot about clinical trials and how they can evaluate cutting edge cancer testing and treatments. How does VCA’s participation in clinical trials benefit pets and cancer outcomes?
  6. When a pet parent is facing a diagnosis of cancer for their family pet, what advice can you offer to them to help them through the process?

 

Dr. Zachary Wright was raised in the DFW Area (Rockwall). He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the University of Notre Dame and his veterinary medical degree from Texas A&M University, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. He then completed a one year rotating small animal internship in medicine and surgery at VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital in Los Angeles, California. Dr. Wright followed his passion in pursuing a residency in small animal oncology at Texas A&M University and became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine-Oncology in 2008.



Upon completion of his residency, Dr. Wright joined the staff at VCA Veterinary Care in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to open a new oncology practice. While on staff he served as director of the internship program. In 2012 Dr. Wright and his family were thrilled with the opportunity to move back to North Texas and join VCA Animal Diagnostic Clinic where he now serves as Director of Oncology.



Dr. Wright has published numerous scientific articles and book chapters in small animal oncology. He also lectures to veterinarians across the United States. He believes in giving back to his profession and has served in multiple roles within his regulatory college, the American College of Veterinary Medicine, including positions on the Board of Regents.



As a clinical oncologist, Dr. Wright believes in fully educating his clients on the nature of their pet’s cancer. A cancer diagnosis is rarely a black and white topic and he believes in making sure there are multiple diagnostic and treatment options for all his patients regardless of the situation. Additionally, he is passionate about the role of the veterinary oncologist in palliative care of pets with cancer. At VCA Animal Diagnostic Clinic, Dr. Wright has proactively brought a collection of clinical trials to our hospital that evaluate cutting edge cancer testing and treatments. He believes in the Triad of Care and working as a team with your primary care veterinarian to ensure all his patients receive optimal care.



Dr. Wright and his wife (also a veterinarian in Dallas) have two young boys and their rescue dog Allie. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his children, the Dallas restaurant scene, golfing and fly fishing.

About VCA Animal Diagnostic Clinic

VCA Animal Diagnostic Clinic provides veterinarians, along with their clients and pets, with the highest quality diagnostic and therapeutic care as it relates to internal medicine, oncology and cardiology. 

Located in Dallas, Texas, specialists and technicians are trained to the highest standards. Their thorough knowledge of the latest procedures and medicines ensures that patients receive the best care available. One such advancement is the state-of-the-art TruebeamTM radiation technology that can deliver better, safer and faster radiation treatment with unmatched precision to tumors.

At the heart of VCA’s advanced care services are board-certified veterinarian specialists, who have access to extensive medical resources, not the least of which is the VCA knowledge base, which allows doctors to tap into the collected knowledge of over 4,000 VCA veterinarians.


 

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Website: https://vcahospitals.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VCAAnimalHospitals
Twitter: https://twitter.com/VCAPetHealth
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/vca-

Keeping your pet fit and healthy and what to do if your pet needs to lose weight

February 11, 2018
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Dr. Katy Nelson, a Veterinarian at the Belle Haven Animal Medical Centre in Alexandria, Virginia again joins eHealth Radio and the Animal Health Channel to discuss keeping your pet fit and healthy and what to do if your pet needs to lose weight.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Katy Nelson discuss the following:

  1. People and their pets need to balance their diets, that is certainly true. How do you figure out how much to feed your pets and how often?
  2. If you feed your pets table food or unhealthy food now, how can you transition them to eat more healthy options?
  3. What about exercise in the winter?
  4. Where do you find FreshPet?  Is it in your local supermarkets and stores?
  5. If there is one piece of advice for pet lovers and how they feed their pets, what would it be?

 

Dr. Nelson is an associate veterinarian at the Belle Haven Animal Medical Centre in Alexandria, VA. as well as the host and executive producer of "The Pet Show with Dr. Katy" on Washington DC's News Channel 8 - the show airs at 11am on Saturday mornings. She serves as an expert on animal health on Washington DC's All News Radio Station, WTOP News as well as onWashington DC’s ABC affiliate WJLA ABC 7. She has been featured on the TODAY Show, Fox & Friends, NPR, CNBC, The Meredith Vieira Show, HuffPost Live, and is the expert for the second season of the popular show “Unlikely Animal Friends” to air this Spring on NatGeo Wild. 

Dr. Katy is the Medical Director of Pet Health for Stop Aging Now, a leading nutrition and lifestyle company that relies on the latest clinical research to guide them in their efforts to help people and pets. She is also the Medical Director of Pet Health for BioStem Logics, the leader in regenerative medicine for humans and pets. She is a frequent contributor to HuffPost Pets, BarkPost and PetMD and you can also read "Ask Dr. Katy" quarterly in the Virginia-Maryland Dog Magazine, or online.

Dr. Nelson is passionate about health and fitness, and she strives to help dogs and cats to live the longest, fullest life that they can lead by staying fit and trim. Along with Steve Pelletier from SlimDoggy and Krista Wickens from DogTread, she is a founding partner of PetsMove.org, a national health and fitness initiative aimed at getting people healthy alongside their dogs.

A lover of fashion and beauty, she envisions a world where all products are cruelty-free, not tested on animals, made in a sustainable manner, and free of harsh chemicals that are unsafe not only for us, but for our pets. She is also a passionate advocate for pet rescue and Pit Bull Type Dogs, and speaks ardently on the subjects in many different forums.

Dr. Nelson is a Certified Veterinary Journalist (CVJ), accredited by the American Society of Veterinary Journalists (ASVJ). She is the former President of the District of Columbia Academy of Veterinary Medicine, the oldest and largest veterinary continuing education society in the United States. Through her consulting business, KJN Pet Marketing, she has served as a valuable source to reporters around the country for the past 6 years, and as a marketing consultant for pet-related companies - from Fortune 500 corporations to pet/pet parent targeted start-ups.

A native of Louisiana, Dr. Nelson was raised on a small farm in the heart of the state where her childhood was filled with many beloved pets. She earned her veterinary degree in 2001 from the Louisiana State University’s School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Nelson has had some very unique opportunities in her career to hone her skills in both small animal practice and corporate veterinary medicine. She lives in Washington DC with her husband, their son and daughter, their rambunctious dogs Papi (Dr. Nelson's co-host on "The Pet Show"), an incredibly lovable Labradoodle, Eddie Underbite, a Shih Tzu/Poodle mix obtained through Mutts Matter Rescue and Petfinder.com, and The Lizard of Oz, a bearded dragon rescued through the Fairfax County Animal Shelter.

Despite being a very busy wife, Mom, pet parent and doctor, Dr. Nelson still carves out time for many charitable organizations in the DC area and beyond. She is committed to helping the Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Sanctuary in Newtown, CT, become a reality. She serves on theWashington Humane Society's Fashion for Paws Advisory Board, the Washington DC area's premier philanthropic fashion event. She is a proud member of the advisory board for The Chaos Foundation and is a long-term supporter of The Tigerlily Foundation and St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.

 

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Freshpet: www.FreshPet.com

Affilitation Websites: http://www.bhamc.com | www.thepetshow.tv

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Freshpet
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Freshpet

The Omax3 difference: Why taking omega-3 supplements are important to overall health

July 13, 2017
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Dr. Joseph C. Maroon a renowned neurosurgeon, sports medicine expert, health and nutrition expert as well as Ironman triathlete joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Supplement Channels to talk about why taking omega-3 supplements are important to overall health.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Joseph C. Maroon discuss the following:

  • Why should people take an omega-3 supplement?
  • What makes Omax3 so special in the omega-3 space?
  • How does Omax3 benefit cognitive, heart and muscles?
  • What is the freezer test?
  • How does Omax Pet help with pet health?

 

Dr. Joseph C. Maroon, MD, FACS is Professor and Vice Chairman of the Department of Neurological Surgery and Heindl Scholar in Neuroscience at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. In addition to being a renowned neurosurgeon, he is a sports medicine expert, health and nutrition expert and Ironman triathlete.

For more on Dr. Maroon click here.

 

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Website: www.omax3.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Omax3
Twitter: https://twitter.com/omax3

Rapid growth, dynamic and effective product line, thriving as a small cap company in a difficult environment

April 13, 2017
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Todd Davis, the CEO & Founder of Endexx Corporation, a diversified company with two key operating entities (M3Hub/Autospense Technologies & CBD Unlimited-Hemp Nutraceuticals joins eHealth Radio and the Diabetes, Health News & Nutrition & Pain Management Channels. Todd has 26 years experience in the Investment Banking and Small Cap Markets.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Todd Davis discuss the following:

  • Why are phytocannabinoids so important for quality wellness?
  • What methods and testing are you using with CBD?
  • How are your products helping People and Pets?
  • How well are your products performing in the market?
  • On the side, how are your developments with Autospense Progressing?
  • Are you uplisting and completing your Audit?

 

Todd Davis is Chairman and CEO of Endexx Corporation and has been since 2003. Todd was an Investment Banker/Stockbroker, and trading analyst from1990-2000. He also serves and has served as CEO/President/CFO/COB and Director in multiple publicly traded companies from 2001-2016 (present).

Endexx provides innovative inventory management and technology solutions. Endexx, with its collaborative partners and consultants, develops and distributes two consumable product lines derived from industrial hemp, which is organic and naturally rich in phytocannabinoids. Phyto-Bites®, is its CBD-infused soft chews for dogs. The dog treats are formulated to promote health and support the reduction of separation anxiety, pain and inflammation. The company also has two technology products and services that launched in 2014 -- the M3hub and the Autospense™. Both products provide essential solutions to promote regulatory compliance and full

Endexx accountability through "seed to sale" inventory management and an "End of Sale" technology integration. Based on principles developed by the pharmacological industry, the m3hub platform is the first standardized software solution for tracking pharmaceutical grade marijuana that maintains compliance with federal, state and local regulations. It is intended to provide a smooth transition to eventual federal mandates. The Autospense™ is a commercial grade inventory control and dispensing device that provides up-to-the-minute accounting details and ensures both product and patient security. By automating the dispensing process, Autospense™ increases productivity and reduces costs for marijuana retailers, while enhancing their service quality by reducing transaction time for customers.

 

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Websiteswww.endexx.com | www.cbdunlimited.com

Compassion for Pets with World Renowned Veterinary Nutritionist Dr. R. Geoffrey Broderick

April 7, 2017
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Dr. Geoffrey Broderick, who is a practicing veterinarian with nearly 50 years of experience & known worldwide for his organic, healthy, chemical-free pet food line, Cornucopia, and has recently released a book called "Compassion for Pets" joins eHealth Radio and the Animal Health & Health News Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Geoffrey Broderick discuss the following:

  • Could you tell us a little bit about yourself, as well as your history as a veterinarian?
  • How does your line of pet food differ from its competitive pet products, and what are some of the key ingredients?
  • How does the present life expectancy of of cats and dogs differ from the life expectancy of cats and dogs in the past?
  • Is it true that Cornucopia Pet Foods are for dogs and cats? I've always thought that dogs and cats needed a different diet. Can you explain?

 

Dr. R. Geoffrey Broderick Timeline:

  • Born October 23, 1941 in New York City to Irish/German first-generation American parents
  • 1950’s – Rodeo cowboy, Black Diamond Wild West Show cast member
  • 1958-1959 – Member of 82nd Airborne Division, paratrooper U.S. Army; 1960-1961 7th Infantry Division, Korea
  • 1961 – Age 19, attended Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University for advanced pilot training
  • 1962 – Attended Delhi A&T College, first class of veterinary technicians in the U.S.
  • 1963-1969 – Kansas State University, Bachelor of Science, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
  • 1969 – Opened Southdown Animal Clinic, Huntington, NY
  • 1970-1990s – International polo player for twenty years, Captain Team Cornucopia; winner of the World Ambassadors Cup: Team Central America
  • 1970s – Speaker: declared the national movement against sugar and chemicals in pet food at the health and Nutrition Expo in New York City; this was the official start of the Natural Pet Foods Movement in America
  • 1975 – Developer and manufacturer of Cornucopia Natural Pet Food
  • 1977 – Journalist of Radio Free Europe and The Voice of America, Ben Grauer introduced Dr. Broderick on his final career broadcast as “The American Dream”
  • March 1978 – Award from Committee for World Health for his pioneering work with Vitamin C, presented scientific paper: Cure, Prevention, and Control of Cystitis and Urinary Tract and Infection by Oral Administration of Ascorbic Acid
  • 1978 – Developed the first pet food to provide proper PH of urine to prevent struvite (triple phosphate) urinary stones
  • 1979 – Formulated and manufactured Cornucopia SuperFood and PhytoFood
  • 1980 – Award recipient, California Orthomolecular Medical Society presented scientific paper, dissolved the first urinary stone without surgical intervention
  • 1983 – Doc produced the food for President Reagan to relieve the famine in Ethiopia
    Developed and manufactured the first extruded horse food for the prevention of the five major diseases of the horse
    January 25, 1990 – one of the first three doctors who responded to the site of the Avianca Flight 52 Columbian airplane disaster on Long Island
  • 1997 – Calcutta, India, met with Mother Teresa several times.  He received messages from her for the animals of the world
  • August 2010 – At the American Veterinary Convention in San Diego, California, Dr. Geoffrey Broderick received the first President’s Award in Veterinary Medicine
  • Dr. Broderick is in his 48th year of veterinary medical practice at his Animal Clinic at Southdown in Huntington, NY 11743 and is still creating Supreme Nutrition for Pets as the CEO of Cornucopia Pet Foods
  • September 4 2016 – After receiving a Papal invitation to attend the canonization of Mother Teresa,  Doc attended the ceremony at the Vatican declaring her Saint Teresa of Calcutta

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Website: www.cornucopiapetfoods.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cornucopiapetfoods
Twitter: @cornucopiapet

How a pet helps improve one’s emotional health

March 27, 2017
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Dr. Shian Simms, the doctor of veterinary medicine at Bideawee – headquartered in Manhattan joins eHealth Radio and the Animal Health & Emotional Health Channels. Bideawee is the oldest pet adoption agency in the nation and was founded 114 years ago.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Shian Simms discuss the following:

  • How does a pet help improve one’s emotional health?
  • How does “petting” reduce stress?
  • Can your depression problems improve when you interact with your pet?
  • How can a pet – especially for older Americans – help with body/mind and spirit?
  • Can you share a story or two about how someone adopted a pet through Bideawee and helped him/her in either an emotional or physical way?
  • Do you suggest pet health insurance for people who adopt from Bideawee as well as other pet welfare organizations? What are the benefits?    

 

Bideawee, which means “stay awhile,” in Scottish, is one of the country’s oldest and most respected animal welfare and pet adoption organizations. Founded in 1903, Bideawee’s mission is to be Greater New York’s leader in rescuing, caring for, and placing homeless cats and dogs with people who love them. Bideawee provides an array of high touch services including adoption centers, animal hospitals, pet therapy programs, and pet memorial parks that serve pets and pet lovers on their lifelong journey together.

Bideawee’s Loving Legacy program allows pet owners who pre-decease their pets to provide for cherished companion animals. Bideawee is a not-for-profit 501(c) 3 humane animal organization and 100% of Bideawee’s funding comes from private sources. Bideawee operates in New York City, Wantagh, and Westhampton.

 

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Website: www.Bideawee.org

How the foods you feed your pets may be damaging

February 14, 2017
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Dr, Katy Nelson, a veterinarian at the Belle Haven Animal Medical Centre in Alexandria, Virginia joins eHealth Radio and the Animal Health and Health News Channels to explain the importance of whole pet foods for pets.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Katy Nelson discuss the following:

  • What is in most pet food?
  • Dr. Katy: what is meal?
  • Where do you find Freshpet?
  • Does Freshpet offer food for cats as well?
  • If there is one piece of advice for pet lovers and how they feed their pets, what would it be?

 

Dr. Katy Nelson is a veterinarian at the Belle Haven Animal Medical Centre in Alexandria, VA. as well as the host and executive producer of "The Pet Show with Dr. Katy" on Washington DC's News Channel 8. She is also the Medical Director of Pet Health for BioStem Logics, the leader in regenerative medicine for humans and pets. She is a frequent contributor to HuffPost Pets, BarkPost and PetMD and you can also read "Ask Dr. Katy" quarterly in the Virginia-Maryland Dog Magazine, or online.

 

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Website: www.FreshPet.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Freshpet
Twitter: @Freshpet

Leading Veterinarian Dr. Patrick Mahaney Discusses How to Combat Pet Obesity

September 12, 2016
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Dr. Patrick Mahaney, Los Angeles’ premier, concierge, house-call veterinarian through his company California Pet Acupuncture and Wellness (CPAW), Inc. joins eHealth Radio and the Animal Health Channel.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Patrick Mahaney discuss the following:

  • Can you tell us a little bit about yourself to get things started?
  • What is California Pet Acupuncture and Wellness (CPAW), Inc.?
  • Can you tell us about the pet obesity and how it is becoming a problem?
  • How can we stop our pets from becoming obsese?
  • What do you recommend listeners to do if their pet is gaining weight?
  • Is it best to feed them an all natural diet?


Duration: 17:13


Dr. 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 Nation, Hamptons Pet, The Honest Kitchen Blog, PetMD’sThe Daily Vet, Pet360’s Pet-Lebrity News, PetSafe, Pet 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, Bite Size TV’s The Girl Spot, and is the go-to-holistic veterinarian for Animal Planet’s My Cat From Hell. He participates in public speaking engagements through BlogPaws, UCLA 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).



Website: www.patrickmahaney.com


Social Media Links:
Facebook: facebook.com/PatrickMahaneyVeterinarian
Twitter: @PatrickMahaney

The Importance of Rescue

March 19, 2016
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Emily DeScalo the Director of Marketing for Big Dog Ranch Rescue, the largest no-kill dog rescue in the Southeastern United States joins eHealth Radio and the Animal Health & Health News Channels.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Emily DeScalo discuss the following:

  • Why adopt a dog instead of shopping for a dog?
  • How did Big Dog Ranch Rescue come to be?
  • I understand you are are 100% donor funded is that correct?
  • I hear you're moving to a new facility in July...can you elaborate on that?
  • How can someone get involved with Big Dog Ranch Rescue?


Duration: 7:08


Emily DeScalo is the Director of Marketing for Big Dog Ranch Rescue, the largest no-kill dog rescue in the southeastern United States. Before Big Dog, Emily was the Marketing Manager and Producer for PANNA, the first video cooking magazine featuring master chefs. She has co-produced a documentary on homelessness in America, and was an associate producer of Do the Math, a feature documentary about the global climate crisis. Emily has years of experience in marketing and social media, scripted and non-scripted production management, as well as sports news production. She is a graduate of Boston University where she majored in film and television, and happily lives in North Palm Beach with her fiancé, Chris, and her furry pup, Brady.



Website: www.bdrr.org


Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bigdogranchrescue
Twitter: @BDRRescue
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bigdogranchrescue