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10 Signs of Cancer to Keep an Eye Out for in Your Senior Dog

Your dog is getting older and as they do, you want to be on the lookout for potential health concerns that may impact their quality of life in their later years. Cancer is one such disease your dog can develop as they age and it’s a leading cause of death in older canines. In some […]

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Happy the Yorkie fights dog cancer

Happy is the oldest of our four yorkie babies. He just turned 10 years old in June. Two years ago, on his birthday, our vet called us with devastating news. Happy was diagnosed with stomach and intestine cancer, and only had two weeks to live. My husband and I were stunned but decided not to give up. I […]

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Discover How Senior Dog Overcame Inoperable Tumor And Survived Canine Cancer!

“Sorry, your dog has cancer,” – must be the worst news for any pet owner, and it seems that canine cancer is becoming more and more common. Fortunately, this customer story has a happy ending: “My beautiful 11-year old Airedale Terrier, Pippin, was diagnosed with a tumor on his spleen which I was told was inoperable. The vet […]

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Saving beloved pit bull’s life from dog cancer

A year ago, Christmas was not a joyful time for this family living in Celebration, Florida. Chula, their beloved pit bull had just developed a tumor in her right leg. The tumor was so embedded that only a right leg amputation would save the dog’s life from cancer. “Agreeing to the amputation was one of […]

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How Rommie came back to life after an aggressive canine cancer

In Decatur, Illinois, eight-year-old Rommie lived a happy life with his mom Polena, until May of last year when the Weimaraner started to feel strange, refused to eat, and was often vomiting. Polena was afraid that Rommie might have canine cancer. The worst of it all was that Rommie just wanted to be left alone, […]

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Nutrition for pet’s diet: More fruits and veggies for pet wellbeing!

Eating in season is good for us and our pets. One way to make sure that the nutrition for your pet’s diet is optimal, ask yourself if your four-legged friend’s nourishment could be more colourful, seasonal and fresh? Most pet owners assume their pets will not eat fruits and veggies, but you may be surprised! If you provide […]

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