Dog Cancer : Lymphoma : While many pet owners who receive a diagnosis of lymphoma or lymphosarcoma for their dog will opt for chemotherapy, other pet owners seek out a more natural approach
Lymphoscarcoma, also called non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma or lymphoma, is the most commonly treated cancer in dogs. We’ve already discussed tests that may be useful in determining lymphosarcoma in dogs.
Lymphoma, also referred to as Lymphosarcoma is the most commonly treated form of cancer in dogs. Also called lymphoma or non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, lymphosarcoma may be diagnosed after a routine veterinary
Boxers and cancer are, unfortunately, like bread and butter. Cancer is one of the leading causes of death of dogs in the United States. Mast cell tumors are a common type of cancer that affects Boxers.
Pet Cancer. According to the Animal Cancer Center at Colorado State University (CSU), cancer is the number one cause of death in pets. Over 50% of dogs and cats age 10 and older die from cancer. 90% of Golden Retrievers diagnosed with cancer die, regardless of the therapy implemented. Recent studies indicate that nearly 80 %…
What is responsible for the recent surge of pet cancer rates in dogs and cats? What major factors in diet and environment have changed over the last several years that may be the culprits?
Pet Cancer. The Role Pet Nutritional Supplements Play in the Treatment and Management Of Pet Cancer Therapy for Dogs and Cats. Statistics run by the Animal Cancer Center at Colorado State University (CSU)
What is responsible for the recent surge of pet cancer rates in dogs and cats? What are the major factors that have changed over the last several years that may be the culprits?
Hello Dr. Carol! Remember Jeremy our collie? We called you about a year and a half ago when we got the bad news that he was diagnosed with Lymphoma Cancer and we were devastated
I wanted to share this note with all of my pet loving friends. I received this from a family in Florida. They are the proud owners of a Cocker Spaniel named Buddy. who has been diagnosed with Lymphoma cancer.
Dear Dr. Carol, Thank you so much for your offer of advice (which I will use in the future as I have 3 dogs), but unfortunately, our dog was diagnosed with cancer.
Cancer is now the leading cause of death in dogs in the United States! Certainly cures are needed and now some of these cancer ridden dogs have been enrolled in a new clinical trials program
The Nobel prize for medicine was awarded to three American scientists for their discovery of how chromosomes are protected by telomeres and the enzyme telomerase, that play a key role in the aging process as well as cancer, in people and pets.
Ever since scientists unraveled the dog’s DNA or genetic code and found it to be quite similar to human DNA, research into medical conditions and treatments for people and pets has been on the rise.
Hi Dr. Carol, Happi Dog is still doing great! I’m so pleased. It’s time to order some more am/pm Paaws vitamins, I have less than a week left. Happi Dog is so full of life and energy that I can’t believe he is really sick
Hormones naturally decline as people age… but what about hormones in our pets? In general, and as televised by Oprah herself, hormones are needed by the body and brain to grow, sustain life and function normally.
Holistic Therapy. Over the weekend, Mindi, who owns an 11 year old, 78 pound Labrador retriever called me crying. She was out of town and her dog whose name is Happi, suddenly collapsed. She rushed him to the nearest veterinary facility. They diagnosed a condition called Hemangiosarcoma, which is a terminal cancer of the spleen…
Dear Dr. Carol, We would like to take a moment, and thank you, for being a compassionate veterinarian, during Harleys’ battle with end stage cancer.
Dr. Carol, Rene has only a week supply of your PAAWS vitamins left. Would you please send us two AM and two PM SENIOR vitamins for him. My husband has definitely become a believer with these vitamins.
I just got this heart warming note from one of my clients and wanted to share it with everyone who may have lost hope for one of their beloved canine companions diagnosed with a terminal illness like cancer.
Dr. Carol, Here is a picture of Dandy. I hope you don’t mind that he is sitting in a chair. I took lots of pictures. He was much more cooperative in the chair. As you see, he is a very serious Westie.
Pets like people suffer from cancer; in fact it’s the number one cause of death for both species today. Purdue University, College of Veterinary Medicine is on the forefront of new research that may offer new hope for some pets.
Hello Dr. Carol, It is with much sadness I’m contacting you to let you know, Calvin passed away today. I would like to thank you for all the years of good health that he did enjoy.
Campaign against canine cancers expects eradication of disease within 10 to 20 years! Chagrin Falls, Ohio- june5, 2008- More than half of the dog-owning households in North America will experience the pain