February 7, 2023


  1. True, but with stats showing that one in two dogs predicted to come down with cancer- it’s always nice to be fully prepared and to know your options-love the cyberknife treatment and the short duration it takes for treatment.Dr.Dressler and Dr.Ettinger seem to be the veterinarians to go to for cancer treatment. Love their video!Woof! Best bet is to eat healthy-plenty of vegetables,brown rice and fish or chicken with a tad of Omega-3.! And of course– no stress!

    Have an awesome week!

  2. That was a great post, thank you. Before I got my Mollie,I never thought of dogs having cancer..Now I’ve heard so many story’s sadly of dogs that have got it..I keep my fingers crossed for my Mollie and all my buddies who have dogs 🙂
    I popped over from someone’s blog, I can’t remember who..lol

    Mollie and Alfie

  3. Claudia,

    Thanks so much for all this info. How I wish I’d known of it before my dear four legged companion died of liver cancer last year. His temperament was exemplary to the end. It hurt so much that I did not push harder for an accurate diagnosis.

    Your love of animals is touching. It’s good for us to love humans, but loving other creatures brings another dimension to that emotion.

    If you want to check out a small celebration of my remarkable four-leggeds’ life, you’ll find it at: http://youtu.be/nPh5uR3sha8

    Best to you,

  4. Here’s another thank you. Such great information and so important. Hearing about dogs getting cancer at younger and younger ages and it’s frightening. Sharing this post pronto and will keep an eye out for any other helpful info you put out there!

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