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Welcome to Dog Cancer Blog
Demian Dressler, DVM, and Susan Ettinger, DVM, ACVIM (Oncology) Blog About Dog Cancer
Cancer is the number one killer of dogs… but it doesn’t have to be. No matter what you’ve heard, there are always things we dog lovers can do to help our dogs fight (and even beat) cancer. This site is dedicated to helping you find information that can help you and your dog, right this minute.
We’ve been online for a long time – since early 2008, and well over a million other dog lovers before you have explored the hundreds of articles and thousands and thousands of comments from others just like you.Contributors include Dr. Demian Dressler and Dr. Susan Ettinger, co-authors of The Dog Cancer Survival Guide: Full Spectrum Treatments to Optimize Your Dog’s Life Quality and Longevity. Together, this veterinarian and veterinary oncologist have created the best, most comprehensive, trusted resource for dog lovers facing dog cancer.
Whether you have questions about supplements, conventional treatments, diet, mind-body medicine, or what NOT to do … it’s in the book. In the meantime, feel free to explore our site by using the search bar to the right, watching videos, or just browsing.
Best Wishes & Doggy Kisses from Our Homes to Yours,
Dr. D., Dr. Sue, & the Dog Cancer Vet Team
(The Team of Dog Lovers Who Understand What It Means to Have a Dog with Cancer)
Most Recent Dog Cancer Blog Posts
Is it really important to filter your air for dog cancer? Well, yeah. It is. Read why here.
This amazing site offers lots of help for three legged dogs. A must-join for anyone who is facing osteosarcoma or amputation.
Overwhelmed and anxious, and unsure how to make decisions about dog cancer treatments? Read this article to find out how to "think like an entrepreneur" and calculate the risk.
What's the most important question in dog cancer care? You'll be surprised at what Dr. Dressler has to say.
Can my dog with cancer exercise? Yes -- in fact, it's really important!
A worried dog has a harder time healing -- and dogs mostly worry in response to OUR worry. When it comes to reducing anxiety in dogs with cancer, what's a dog lover to do?
Is there such a thing as safe treats for dogs with cancer? It turns out the answer is yes!
Is your dog eating grass, vomiting and getting sick? Could be the pesticides and herbicides -- war weapons -- we use on our green spaces.
Are overweight dogs at a higher risk for cancer? Yes. It turns out that being chubby isn't nearly as cute as we once thought.