New Children’s Book: Meggie, A Canine Cancer Survivor’s Story


Every dog diagnosed with cancer has a story to tell, but not every dog has a book written about their heroic battle.  

Meet Meggie, a beautiful Golden Retriever, who was diagnosed with T-cell lymphoma when she was 9 years old.  Through chemotherapy, half-body radiation, and her fierce determination to beat the odds, Meggie not only lived past her initial prognosis of 6-8 months, she astounded her family…and her doctors by surviving 2 1/2 YEARS past her initial diagnosis!  

Children coping with their dog's cancer diagnosis have a new resource to help them.

In the new book Meggie: A Canine Cancer Survivor’s Story, Cindy Taylor shares Meggie’s story of hope and recounts how she became an “ambassador for helping people understand that not only are dogs affected by this disease, they can teach us all something about the courage and determination to keep living.”  This book was specifically written for children, to help them understand and cope when their dog is diagnosed with cancer, but anyone with a soft spot for dogs will be touched by Meggie’s journey.  

PURCHASE “MEGGIE’S STORY” ON LULU.COM 

 CLICK HERE to read more about Meggie and her inspiring battle against T-Cell lymphoma and find out how she got involved in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, proudly participating in their Survivor Lap. 

Would you like to help find a cure for canine cancer?  DONATE NOW to support the Morris Animal Foundation’s Canine Cancer Campaign.

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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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