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The Kanzius Machine – Cancer Treatment of the Future?


You may have seen him recently on 60 Minutes.  John Kanzius, himself a cancer patient, has developed a machine that uses radio waves to kill cancer cells.  While it has not yet been widely tested on animals or tested at all … Continue reading

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Protect Your Pup with a Greener Lawn


Ahhh, spring!  The temperatures are rising, the flowers are blooming and the chemicals are out in full force once again.  From herbicides to kill weeds, fertilizers to feed the grass and pesticides to protect your gardening investment from destructive insects, there … Continue reading

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2 Dogs, 2000 Miles to Fight Cancer


It never ceases to amaze me how much goodness and generosity can come from something as awful as cancer. But time and time again I have met or read about other pet guardians who have refused to let cancer dampen their hope for a … Continue reading

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The Two Supplements Every Cancer Pup Should Have


When researching nutrition and diet for dogs with cancer, it’s very easy to get confused by all of the information out there on the Internet.  As more and more pet parents investigate, and spend money, on natural and holistic alternatives for their companions, … Continue reading

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Current Veterinary Oncology Trials


While not for everyone, participating in a clinical trial can provide access to cutting-edge veterinary oncology treatments, and may alleviate some of the financial burden of treating your dog with cancer.  If you are interested in participating in a clinial … Continue reading

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Annual Vet Visits + Annual Cancer Screenings?


One of the most frustrating things about canine cancer is how hard it is to detect early.  Even the most diligent pet guardian can miss most types of cancer in their early stages.  Once a cancer begins to spread and … Continue reading

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3 Years Ago Today…


Three years ago today, my life was changed forever when I got the call from the vet telling me that my beloved friend and companion, a beautiful four year old English Bulldog named Georgia, had cancer.  Multicentric lymphoma he said.  She’d … Continue reading

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