Tag Archives: canine cancer

A Cancer Diagnosis Changes You Forever


Over the years I’ve heard friends talk about life after their dog’s cancer diagnosis and comparing it to living with a post-traumatic stress disorder of sorts. And I can’t disagree. Once you are blindsided by cancer, especially one of the … Continue reading

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Celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month WITH Your Dog


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month…and it’s hard to go anywhere without a reminder of how many people this disease impacts each year. But, did you know that breast cancer impacts our dogs too?  In fact, mammary cancer is one … Continue reading

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Texas A&M University Opens New Animal Cancer Center


Pet owners rejoice!  There is yet another state-of-the-art treatment facility available to help you and your pets fight cancer. Texas A&M University in College Station, TX has just opened a new Diagnostic Imaging and Cancer Treatment Center. This new facility … Continue reading

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I Missed My Dog Today


A tribute to anyone who has ever felt misunderstood, shamed or ignored during their grief after losing a beloved canine companion. Continue reading

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eBook Offers Diet Advice for Dogs with Hemangiosarcoma


Sometimes the best advice comes from others who have already walked in your shoes.  That’s the premise behind a new eBook called “Henry’s Amazing Dog Cancer Diet“ by Buck Precht. When Buck’s beloved dog Henry was diagnosed with hemangiosarcoma more … Continue reading

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New Treatment for Hemangiosarcoma May Benefit Dogs & Humans


Without a doubt, Hemangiosarcoma is one of the most difficult cancers to treat in dogs.  A malignant cancer of the blood vessels, hemangiosarcoma is aggressive and silent, and can cause massive internal bleeding as it progresses. All too often, dogs diagnosed with this form of cancer … Continue reading

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Thank You for Supporting the Paws 4 A Cure Walk


The company was wonderful even if the weather was not for the 4th Annual Paws 4 A Cure Walk on May 15 (aka the Soggy Doggy Walk). Georgia’s Legacy was proud to have a team this year and to walk … Continue reading

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