"The passion that moves us forward is from
experiencing what Cancer really does to the ones we love.
We are driven because there is a hole in our soul
where once was the love of our dog."
Gary D. Nice

 

Canine Cancer affects one out of every three dogs.  Of those, over half of them will die of cancer. The National Canine Cancer Foundation is asking for your help to fund important research grants that are working towards improving those statistics. Through a major project funded by the National Institute of Health, the mapping of the genome sequence of the dog has been complete. Knowing the mapping of every gene in the dog, gives researchers an advantage not yet achieved in humans.

We're closer to a cure, now's the time to beat this cancer!
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National Canine Cancer Foundation to fund a new innovative Hemangiosarcoma (HSA) Research Project

- Thu, 19 Jun 2014 19:57:20 +0000

I have some new exciting news. As you all know we are always trying to find an new edge in the battle against canine cancer. And Hemangiosarcoma (HSA) is one of those cancers we would like to get a better handle on since it seems to end up being diagnosed too late to save the [...]

14 Surprising Pet Poisoning Dangers

- Wed, 04 Mar 2015 16:24:01 +0000

These foods and household items are harmless to you, but can be fatal for your cat or dog. Here’s how to keep your pets safe. Your pets may feel like members of your family, but that doesn’t make them human. Foods and medications that are harmless to you-or even healthy for you-can actually be fatal [...]

Study reveals possible biological trigger for canine bone cancer

- Mon, 02 Mar 2015 15:20:40 +0000

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine (SVM) have identified the biological mechanism that may give some cancer cells the ability to form tumors in dogs. The recent study uncovered an association between the increased expression of a particular gene in tumor cells and more aggressive behavior in a form of canine [...]

Do Spayed and Neutered Dogs Get Cancer More Often?

- Fri, 27 Feb 2015 16:12:15 +0000

Where I live, in America, it’s taken for granted that responsible owners spay or neuter their dogs. The population of homeless animals is still large enough that risking an unwanted litter is, to many owners, unthinkable. And spay/neuter is just what people do. But two papers were published, in 2013 and 2014, suggesting that these [...]

Making the final decision for a pet

- Wed, 25 Feb 2015 18:23:49 +0000

Comedian Louie C.K. once said, getting a pet is a “countdown to sorrow.” He was referring to the inevitable loss we experience when our pets, who have shorter lifespans, die long before we do. So we wonder why we bring pets into our lives at all. We do it because pets add to our happiness [...]

Phase II Study of Drug In Canine Lymphoma

- Tue, 24 Feb 2015 19:26:08 +0000

Oasmia Pharmaceutical AB announced today that the company has initiated a clinical Phase II study of Doxophos Vet for the treatment of canine lymphoma. This study will be conducted at two clinics in the United States and Sweden, respectively. It includes five dose cycles of Doxophos Vet, which contains the active ingredient in doxorubicin, a [...]

Love to the Max: Texas A&M veterinarians help a family through the pain of canine cancer

- Mon, 23 Feb 2015 18:34:12 +0000

Upon entering the Bhatia home in Houston, it’s apparent that the family dog, Maxamillion, is as much a thread in the fabric of the household as his human counterparts. With an energetic tail and a doggy smile, Max is the first to greet any guest. In nearly every framed photo in the home, he poses [...]

Dog's successful surgery sets stage for treating humans

- Fri, 20 Feb 2015 19:09:20 +0000

Almost five years ago, a 7-year-old Labrador retriever was operated on using a technique eventually patented by Virginia Tech biomedical engineering faculty member Rafael Davalos. The beloved family pet suffer from a cancerous mass in the brain, and all other forms of medical treatment had been exhausted. The operation eradicated the malignant tumor, and follow [...]

2nd Annual Gulliver's Run Trounces Canine Cancer

- Thu, 19 Feb 2015 07:39:10 +0000

A partnership that began 2 years ago in helping each other launch Gulliver’s Run and RunAgainstCanineCancer.org continues to grow as we fight canine cancer together! Year Two of “Gulliver’s Run” was another “pawmark” of success! Our human field doubled as did our canine field and people continue to support and encourage us with many kind [...]

Artist paints pet portraits to raise money for cancer-stricken dog

- Mon, 16 Feb 2015 19:18:39 +0000

Shaun Mitchell deeply understood his own love for his cancer-stricken dog Charlie, but he was astonished to discover the depth of feeling shown by strangers. Last June, the 5-year-old boxer was diagnosed with T-cell lymphoma and has been receiving treatment since that time. Although Mitchell and his wife Tasha have pet insurance, out-of-pocket expenses have [...]



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