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Help My Dog Has Cancer! Tips for Coping with a New Diagnosis


March 22, 2005: 7:02 PM I just found out today that our little Georgia, the love of our life has lymphatic cancer. She’s a 4 year old English Bulldog, and just an amazing little soul. She is the sweetest, most … Continue reading

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Love Adds Up


Over the years, I’ve had the privilege of meeting a lot of amazing people, many of whom have found creative ways to honor their beloved pets and to improve the lives of other animals in need. Sometimes the ideas start … Continue reading

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Enter Your Pet in the 2013 Save-An-Angel Calendar Contest!


Enter your dog or cat in the 2013 Save-An-Angel Calendar Contest. All proceeds benefit dogs with cancer to help them receive lifesaving medical treatments. Continue reading

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It’s All in the Ears


According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, the ears are a mini-map of all of the acupuncture points in the entire body, which means that by massaging your dog’s ears, you can actually stimulate and invigorate all of the organs in the body, helping to improve their wellness and vitality. Continue reading

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10 Ways to Reduce Your Dog’s Risk of Cancer


May is Pet Cancer Awareness Month, but you can help to reduce your dog’s risk of cancer year-round. Continue reading

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Mackenzie’s Story of Courage


I recently received a wonderful email from a family in Toronto whose Golden Retriever, Mackenzie, was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer.  Her story reminded me that no matter how bad things can seem sometimes, there is always reason … Continue reading

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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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