Tag: cancer in dogs

Lumps and Bumps

Given the opportunity to examine an older dog, I’ll very likely find at least one or two cutaneous (within the skin) or subcutaneous (just beneath the skin surface) lumps and bumps. Such growths are common by-products of the… Read More

Cancer Therapy: Is it the Right Choice for Your Pet?

Last week, in honor of Pet Cancer Awareness Month, I provided some pointers for constructively dealing with the diagnosis of cancer. This week I will deliver information about the treatment of cancer and tips for determining if a… Read More

When the Diagnosis is Cancer

The month of May has been declared Pet Cancer Awareness Month. While I’m not altogether sure who determines such things, in honor of this declaration I present to you a good deal of information that I’m certain will… Read More

Canine Cancer Walk 2010

K9 Cancer Walk April 24, 2010  Join Us to Help Morris Animal Foundation Fight Canine Cancer! Elk Grove Regional Park – Elk Grove, California  Registration/Check-in: 8:30 a.m. K9 Cancer Walk–3K/7K: 10:00 a.m. Speakers’ Program: 11:30 a.m.  Speakers: Dr…. Read More