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Online Pet Cancer Support

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Finding out that your dog has cancer can be a very stressful, and often devastating experience that few people can really understand, especially if they don't have a four-legged family member themselves.  And, so often the quality of care that your dog receives during treatment is based on you...asking the right questions, staying informed about treatment protocols, and discovering what you can do at home to help your pup live the best quality of life for as long as possible.  That's why, for emotional support, and information, connecting with other pet owners who have also experienced cancer is so critical at this time.

The Pet Cancer Support Group on Facebook is a group of caring, knowledgeable pet owners who know what you're going through right now, and who are there to share the journey with you.  Members include people whose pet has recently been diagnosed, and those who have already fought the battle....including some great success stories of dogs who have faced overwhelming odds and beaten cancer.

Membership in the Pet Cancer Support Forum (PCS) is free, and even if you've never used a chat room, you'll find that signing up is easy, and participating in dicussions is easy too. 

Whether you are considering conventional treatments, holistic treatments or palliative care, you will be welcomed with open arms and given the support you need to help you during this difficult time.

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Join the PCS group on Facebook to connect. 
CLICK HERE to visit the page.  If you post on the Facebook group, please say that found out about PCS on the Georgia's Legacy website! Thanks!

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And, if you would prefer one-on-one support, Georgia's Legacy is always here for you too!

Email
georgiaslegacy@fightcaninecancer.com and let us know how we can help.  We try to respond to all emails within 24 hours.

 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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georgiaslegacy@fightcaninecancer.com.