10,000 dogs are
diagnosed with cancer every day
of our dogs will be diagnosed with cancer.
If your dog has
diagnosed and you are feeling alone, you are not alone!
What you need to know
decisions without delaying
While you are busy researching
"canine cancer," your dog's cancer is busy
hundred diagnostic tests that can be
done. Which tests should you agree to have done?
treatment should your dog have? There's almost always more than one way
to fight cancer.
Did your vet explain several options and let you choose?
- Should your dog have treatment?
Consider factors such as his age, health and temperament, as well as
your finances and your ability to provide time and energy to help him
- Research various treatment options. Find the results of peer
studies for each treatment, to find the success rate and survival time
of each. Also find the potential side effects.
- When should you stop treatment? There is a trend toward
over-treatment in veterinary medicine (and human medicine).
- What side effects might your dog have from treatment? What
can you do to avoid side effects, and to remedy them if they do appear?
- What diet and supplements will help your dog fight cancer?
need a crash course in Canine Cancer!
these articles to get started:
You will find a great deal more helpful
information in my book, Help
Your Dog Fight Cancer.
a crash course in canine cancer. I worte it to empower owners and
instill confidence. You will learn everything you need
to know to become your best friend's best advocate.
service dog Nellie was sent home at 13 to die 'within weeks'. A friend
gave me your book. Nellie is now 15. Thank
you for two precious years . I just sent your book to another in need.
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Dog Fight Cancer
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is a bible of information that I relied upon time and time
Thank you for writing such an incredible resource for those of us who
are owned by pets with cancer. From
dog, your money, your decisions
This book provides the information you need to make the
best decisions for your dog. It gives you information you will probably
not find anyplace else. You will find your anxiety will diminish
because you will feel well informed and confident.
I am not a veterinarian. I am a veterinary medical researcher and
I am the founder and administrator of the Magic Bullet Fund and have
helped 580 dogs through cancer treatment. In addition to my own dog
Bullet, who survived lymphoma.
I can't thank you enough for the role
you played in my journey with Kerrie and the joyous
memories we were able to make. You have done a great
more people than you will ever know, of this I am completely certain. I
read your book cover to cover and it became the foundational
tool that I used to move forward with Kerrie." From Suzanne
for Dog Owners
credit you and
your book Laurie, for helping me feel like there was something
constructive that I could do to participate in Nell's health care after
her diagnosis. I
always be grateful to you and Bullet for that!" From Ann
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