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Canine Cancer Resources

If you are like me when you get a medical diagnosis or your dog gets one, you want to read every thing about it. I’ve been saving this email in hopes that I never need it, but thought I’d post on the blog so it doesn’t get lost in my in box and I can refer to it if one of my pups gets cancer.

Of course it is important to listen to your vet, but one person cannot know everything.

I was chatting with my pup’s vet the other day and he told me how he still feels guilty for not treating his pup’s thyroid cancer several years ago as his vet said there was nothing that could be done. Then, a few months later, he was at a conference and a paper was presented on radiation treatment for thyroid cancer and its excellent results. He talked with the presenter who agreed to treat my vet’s dog’s cancer if it hadn’t spread.

Well, xrays showed it had spread.

So…even though these resources cost a bit of money, if I need them I might buy a few. I have the cancer handbook this site pushes, but it really is just generic info you can find on the internet.

There ARE lots of good, free resources on the internet, especially canine cancer support groups, and as I find them to build this site’s canine cancer library I will post.

Canine Cancer Resources

May 6, 2018   No Comments

May 6, 2018   No Comments