We recently received a lovely note from Dave and Connie about their beautiful dog Zeke. With his cancer trial entering the third round of treatment and a change of diet and medication from the team at Chagrin Falls Pet Clinic – Zeke has shown amazing improvement. I will let Dave and Connie’s words speak for themselves.
As Seen on New York Daily News: These dogs aren’t rolling over for cancer — and they’re certainly not playing dead. An Ohio vet is conducting a clinical immunotherapy trial for canines with advanced cancer, which is giving some terminal pups a new leash on life.
Bainbridge residents Diane and Michael Swigonski’s St. Bernard, Poo Bear, should have passed away by now. The dog, a rescue estimated to be between 6 and 8 years old, was diagnosed with bone cancer in early April and given a four- to six-week prognosis.
In addition to being an ideal companion, Farley, a 12-year-old Tibetan Terrier, has truly been an inspiration to his owners Tom Donelan and Carla Woodcock of Mentor. “I started out with cancer and that was a big enough blow for us, then we found out the Farley had it too,” Woodcock said. Donelan said Farley was lethargic, his stomach was distended and his colitis worsened.