11 Jul Share Bark in the Park raises money in the fight against Canine Cancer by Prakash in Canine Cancer Blog No Comments Barking and baseball, a night out at the ballpark helped raise money in the fight against canine cancer. WEAU’s Danielle Wagner and her dog Missy led the Bark in the Park Dog Parade around the baseball field at Carson Park before the Express game. According to the Express, approximately 70 dogs attended the fundraiser. All proceeds from dog ticket sales go to the National Canine Cancer Foundation. Continue reading… Source: WEAU 13 News Cancer in DogsCanineCanine CancerCanine Cancer ResearchDogs and CancerDogs with CancerFundraisingNational Canine Cancer FoundationNCCFsupport canine cancer PrakashRelated Posts Which Dog Cancer Treatment Options Should I Choose For My Family? by Kyle Stevenson 30 Sep, 2020 in Canine Cancer Blog Other Breeds of Dogs Who Will Get Dog Cancer the Most by Christine Franklyn 24 Sep, 2020 in Canine Cancer Blog These Working Breeds of Dogs are Affected by Dog Cancer by Christine Franklyn 24 Sep, 2020 in Canine Cancer Blog Which Dog Breeds Get Cancer the Most? by Christine Franklyn 24 Sep, 2020 in Canine Cancer Blog Can Resveratrol Cure Cancer in Dogs? by Christine Franklyn 12 Sep, 2020 in Canine Cancer Blog Questions to Ask Your Veterinarian or Veterinary Oncologist About Your Dog’s Cancer Diagnosis by Kyle Stevenson 2 Sep, 2020 in Canine Cancer Blog Post A Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.