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Key Cancer Resources

Below is a list of important resources to help you find the expertise, information and products needed to help your dog fight cancer.  If you have a suggestion for a resource that is missing on this list, email kerry@fightcaninecancer.com.

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General Information and Assistance

 

Land of Pure Gold Foundation - Extensive information on canine cancer, and provide grants for working dogs with cancer as well as research in comparative oncology

FetchACure Information and resources on canine cancer and senior pet health

Canine Cancer Awareness Canine Cancer information and financial assistance

Magic Bullet FundFinancial assistance for cancer treatment

Smiling Blue Skies Cancer FundCanada-based organization that supports canine cancer research and treatment.

Morris Animal Foundation—Non-profit organization dedicated to the health and welfare of animals and advancing veterinary medicine.  Featuring their Canine Cancer Campaign.

Bone Cancer Dogs
- The most comprehensive online resource for pet owners whose dog has been diagnosed with bone cancer.

Tripawds - Discussion forum, blog and online community for 3-legged dogs and their people.  Information on bone cancer, amputation, and life on three legs.

Perseus FoundationDedicated to supporting animal cancer research and education.

Paws 4 A Cure— Non-profit that provides financial assistance to help dogs and cats receive lifesaving medical treatments when their guardians cannot afford it.

Colorado State University Animal Cancer Center

National Canine Cancer Foundation - Dedicated to finding a cure for canine cancer.

The Veterinary Cancer Society

Animal Clinical Investigation LLC (Formerly the Animal Cancer Institute)

VeterinaryPartner.com  - Information & articles about animal health.

Animal Wellness Association

BCCCA Cancer Drug Manual



Wisconsin Veterinary Resources

University of Wisconsin—Madison School of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Rachel ReimanOncologist at Lakeshore Veterinary Specialists (formerly the Animal Emergency Center) in Glendale.

Dr. Laura Goodman - Oncologist at the WI Veterinary Referral Center in Waukesha.

Veterinary Emergency Services in Middleton.

The Animal DoctorHolistic Pet Care in Muskego.

Dr. Ann-Margret Morgan
Holistic vet at the Pewaukee Veterinary Service

Healing Heart Pet Hospice
Pet Hospice Care in Northest Wisconsin


Support Groups & Grief support resources

Pet Cancer Support Group on Facebook

Find the support of others who are going through or who have been through the experience of canine cancer.  In addition to providing important emotional support, you’ll also be able to learn from others’ experiences.  This is a group of very dedicated, caring and knowledgeable pet owners who are committed to helping you through your journey with cancer, each step of the way. 

PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU'RE NOT ON FACEBOOK, YOU CAN STILL JOIN THIS GROUP VIA DELPHI FORUMS. PLEASE SEE THE "Online Pet Cancer Support" PAGE FOR LINKS.

Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement
The APLB is a nonprofit association of concerned volunteers who are experienced and knowledgeable in the tender subject of pet death. Our chatrooms are free and available to anyone bereaving for a beloved pet. Membership is not required for this. Chatrooms include an Anticipatory Grief chatroom.

Rainbows Bridge
Providing a virtual memorial home for your beloved companion, and resources and information to help you through the loss of your four-legged family member.



Recommended Products

K9 Immunity & K9 Transfer Factor—Two excellent supplements from Aloha Medicinals that can help your dog fight cancer.

Poly-MVA - Poly-MVA is a promising new dietary supplement that may assist in boosting immune response, and healing damaged cells.

Standard Process Supplements - Whole food supplements and glandulars to support your dog's major organs and immune system during cancer treatments.

Prozyme - Add Prozyme powder to your dog’s food to increase the absorption of vital nutrients, including essential fatty acids, by up to 71%.

Hill’s n/d Prescription Dog Food - The only dog food clinically proven to increase life span and improve the quality of life of dogs with cancer.

Innova Evo Dry Dog Food - A completely grain-free, human-grade premium pet food high in quality protein and low in carbohydrates.  A good dry food alternative for cancer pups.

Gastriplex - Made by Thorne Research, this natural supplement provides comprehensive intestinal support by combining the cellular-energy-producing qualities of L-glutamine with mucus-enhancing N-acetylglucosamine, mastcell-stabilizing Quercetin Chalcone, and unique, beneficial probiotics.   Great for dogs with gastrointestinal problems as a result of chemotherapy.  Available through veterinarians, or online at WellVet.com.

Seacure -  Seacure, by Proper Nutrition, Inc., is an easy-to-absorb protein concentrate of nearly 100% assimilable nutrients naturally derived from deep-ocean whitefish.

Rescue Remedy—Natural blend of 5 flower essences to help calm your dog during stressful situations, like trips to the vet.  Safe, effective holistic remedy that can be used by all pets.  Does not interfere with any other conventional or holistic therapies.

Essiac — 4-herb blend with a long history of helping people and pets who are fighting cancer.

Agaricus Bio for Dogs & Cats - Agaricus blazei mushroom supplement to support a healthy immune system.

Hug-a-Dog Harnesses  - Custom-made dog harnesses that do not put any pressure on your dog’s lymph nodes.

 This website is not intended to replace the advice of a veterinary professional, and is for informational purposes only. Please seek the advice of your veterinarian or a veterinary specialist before giving your dog any supplements or pursuing any alternative cancer therapies. 

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