Canine Cancer Medallions for You and Your Dog


Sampson models his new Magic Bullet Fund medallon to show his support.

Sampson models his new Magic Bullet Fund medallon to show his support for this important canine cancer resource.

 The Magic Bullet Fund (MBF) is offering some beautiful stainless steel medallions for both dogs and people, to raise awareness of canine cancer and to give you one more way to show your support for this great organization.  The front of the medallion features the MBF logo, and the back, features the words “Fight Canine Cancer” and the MBF website address.   

The Magic Bullet Fund is the only canine cancer group that exclusively focuses on providing financial assistance to dog guardians who cannot afford the lifesaving cancer treatments that their dog needs

Imagine finding out that your dog has cancer, and that it’s treatable, but not having the resources to help him or her fight.  It is a heartbreaking situation that so many people face, especially during these tough economic times.

As a program of the Perseus Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, all donations to The Magic Bullet Fund are tax deductible, and your dollars go directly to the veterinary clinics providing pre-approved cancer treatments as they are provided.  In addition, the families that are approved to receive MBF funds are also required to help raise funds for their own dog with MBF’s assistance.  The Magic Bullet Fund is an extremely effiencient and responsible organization where no donation dollars go to waste.

MBF currently has three different options for you to obtain one of these canine cancer medallions.

This is a great way to support a very important organization, and to let others know that you are dedicated to fighting canine cancer.  These items would also make a great gift for someone whose dog is currently fighting cancer, to show them how much you care. 

For more information about The Magic Bullet Fund or to order your canine cancer medallions, visit: www.themagicbulletfund.org.

For additional canine cancer information, resources, or support, visit the Georgia’s Legacy website at: www.fightcaninecancer.com.

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About Kerry Malak

I am a Bulldog mom, Reiki Master/Teacher, pet loss counselor and canine cancer advocate who loves working with people and animals to help them live longer, happier and healthier lives.
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