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What Hong Kong Pet Parents Can Teach Us about Dogs and Cats

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Join us in the first of this special two-part Tripawd Talk Radio discussion with Dr. Alane Kosanovich Cahalane, DVM, about her work with Hong Kong dogs and cats, as well as her activism in the #NotOneMoreVet movement.

Dr. Cahalane is the first board-certified specialist in small animal surgery to practice in Hong Kong at Veterinary Specialty Hospital of Hong Kong. She specialises in orthopedic, neurologic, cancer treatment, and soft tissue surgeries in companion animals. During her four years of internship and residency training, Dr. Cahalane was directly mentored by world-renowned veterinary surgical specialists, as well as leading specialists in the disciplines of anesthesia, internal medicine, emergency and critical care, and oncology. Dr. Cahalane spent several years in a busy specialty referral practice in the United States.

Part 1: What Hong Kong Residents Can Teach Us about Pet Parenting

  • How Hong Kong pet parents view the role of dogs, cats and other pets in the household
  • Their feelings about amputation and special-needs, handicapped pets
  • How pet parenting in Hong Kong differs from those of us in the west
  • And most importantly, what we can learn from Hong Kong pet parenting styles

Guest: Dr. Alane Kosanovich Cahalane, BSc, MA, DVM, DACVS Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons - Small Animals

Please visit the Tripawd Blogs Community for more helpful pet amputation resources and assistance programs.

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