The PetMeds® Pharmacy
Since inception, 1-800-PetMeds has proudly served over 5 million pet owners selling only the highest quality products at great prices. As America’s largest online pet meds pharmacy, we have specially-trained veterinary pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and customer care representatives, to make sure your PetMeds® orders are processed accurately and quickly. We are available to answer all of your questions and can be reached by calling 1-800-738-6337.
The PetMeds® Bloggers
Michael Dym, VMD
|As a practicing veterinarian, Michael Dym, VMD has over 10 years of experience and dedication to enhancing the overall health and well-being of pets. His commitment and passion for pet health continuously drives him to learn more about the art and science of homeopathy through ongoing training and education.
Dr. Dym is a Presidential scholar graduate with a BS in animal science from Cornell University and a VMD from the University of Pennsylvania. In addition, he has homeopathic training and has studied classical homeopathy since 1997 with extensive coursework and training from Richard Pitcairn, DVM, PHD.
Recently, Dr. Dym was featured on ABC news regarding pet food trends and the importance of feeding pets a healthy and fresh diet. (Click to view the ABC News clip.)
|Eddie is the Director of Pharmacy Services and Prescription Department Manager at PetMeds. He is a member of the American Pharmacists Association, the Florida Pharmacy Association and the Broward County Pharmacy Association. Eddie is a Clinical Affiliate Assistant Professor at Nova Southeastern University College of Pharmacy. He received his pharmacy education at St. Johns University, Queens, NY.|
Abby, Pet Meds Pro and Daisy the Curly Cat
|Abby Rosenberg is a PetMeds employee and long-time cat lover. She was a volunteer for several years at a local no-kill cats only rescue shelter. This has prepared her for her most challenging role to date: secretary, photographer, social coordinator and treat dispenser for Daisy, and Daisy’s sidekick Harley. Daisy is a dilute calico Devon Rex cat, and Harley is a “cow-cat” who was adopted from the shelter where Abby volunteered.|
Dawn Marcus, MD
|Dawn Marcus is a neurologist and professor at the University of Pittsburgh, where she enjoys visiting patients under the watchful eye of two furry helpers, her therapy dog wheaten terriers. Understanding how a relationship with your dog can help improve your health led Dr. Marcus to write Fit As Fido: Follow Your Dog to Better Health and The Power of Wagging Tails: A Doctor’s Guide to Dog Therapy and Healing. Learn more about Dr. Marcus by following her blog Fit as Fido.|
Stephanie Winston Vann, and Skipper and Slouch
|When not chronicling the zany lives of her two adopted dogs, Oliver and Dodger, (also known as the ridiculously adorable duo of Skipper and Slouch), Stephanie’s full-time job in jewelry marketing keeps her busy (alas, not decked in jewels) in the Finger Lakes region of New York State. She and her husband, Chris, live on 70 acres just outside of Ithaca, NY, with Oliver and Dodger and various other woodland creatures. A fairly recent alumnus of Breast Cancer University (Class of 2005), Stephanie is a veritable billboard for early detection and a passionate walker on the road to raising awareness. Her next license plate frame will read “Would Rather Be… training for my next BC Walk”.
And when not reminding you all to get your mammograms, Stephanie can be found either glued to a NASCAR broadcast, “wancing” with her iPod while “air orchestrating” to The Who, or wishing she’d invented Spanx. And of course, lovin’ up her dogs ‘cause that’s what life is all about. Lovin’ ‘em up. If you would like to tumble down the rabbit hole of Stephanie’s personal blog Podunk Princess: From Park Avenue to Podunk Road, visit www.podunkprincess.com. Tell ‘em “the boys” sent you!
|Amanda is a freelance writer, stay at home mom, wife, and corgi-owner from Texas. She loves animals and has had all sorts of pets (cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, fish, and birds) throughout her life. Though her graduate degree is in English, she still loves to learn about whatever
she can, including the latest pet news!
You can keep up with Amanda’s non animal-related, irreverent, and often sharp-humored musings via her blog http://www.thehumblenarcissist.com