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About Georgia's Legacy

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GL_Logo.jpgGeorgia’s Legacy was founded in 2007 and is an ongoing tribute to the life of a beautiful bulldog named Georgia, cut short by multicentric lymphoma.  The mission of Georgia’s Legacy is to provide information and resource referral to others whose four-legged family members have been diagnosed with cancer.  Most of all, Georgia’s Legacy was created to provide hope and emotional support to those in the fight. 


Georgia’s Legacy does not provide veterinary or medical advice, and always recommends consulting with your veterinarian prior to introducing any dietary changes, supplements or other holistic therapies into your dog’s treatment plan.  Information provided should be used as a guide for pet owners to use in discussing issues and possible treatment options with their cancer care team.

Georgia’s Legacy is based in Wisconsin, but provides support and information to Anyone, Anywhere, who is affected by canine cancer, and has helped individuals from all over the world since its inception in 2007.

Kerry & SampsonKerry Malak, Founder of Georgia's Legacy, is the proud mom of an English Bulldog named Sampson (pictured left), and a devoted animal lover whose life was forever changed when her beloved companion and baby girl Georgia, was diagnosed with multicentric lymphoma at four years old. Georgia’s year-long battle with cancer, and her subsequent death in 2006 inspired a new mission in life -- to become a canine cancer advocate and to study as much as possible about animal health and holistic therapies to help animals live longer healthier lives. In 2009, she completed a certificate program in Holistic Care for Companion Animals offered through the Clayton College of Natural Health and continues to read and study the latest information about animal wellness, holistic treatments and veterinary oncology in order to help educate others about all of the options available to their pets.

Kerry
is a Reiki Master/Teacher and a member of the International Association of Reiki Professionals. She is a devoted practitioner who enjoys offering Reiki to both people and animals and has studied Animal Reiki with Kathleen Prassad. 
In 2009, Kerry became a certified pet loss counselor through the Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement, to better help families coping with anticipatory grief and pet loss.  Providing support and guidance to pet parents who are dealing with feelings of loss has since become a passion and she currently serves as a weekly assistant chat room host for the APLB in addition to providing one-on-one support to pet parents through Georgia’s Legacy.

Kerry is also a founding member of the International Association of Animal Hospice and Palliative Care and has a strong interest in promoting and educating veterinary professionals and pet owners about the benefits of hospice care for animals. 

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Contact Us:

Kerry Malak, Founder
Georgia's Legacy
Milwaukee, WI 

Email:
Kerry@fightcaninecancer.com

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 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. 

© Georgia's Legacy. For questions or comments about this website, please email
georgiaslegacy@fightcaninecancer.com.