Posts Tagged “canine cancer”

Podcast: Dying Dog Gets To Live Like a King and the Result is a Miracle

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Podcast: Dying Dog Gets To Live Like a King and the Result is a Miracle

You may have read the news stories that went viral last week about the dog named  Maverick who was dying of cancer and on his death bed and was given the royal treatment by the dogs guardians in his final night, wheeling him around town to excite his senses and give him a happy send off….

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Artist creates new works to raise money for canine cancer research

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Artist creates new works to raise money for canine cancer research

Gifted pet portrait artist Lauren Taylor of Lauren Taylor Illustrations has created a line of gift products to help raise money for canine cancer research at the Morris Animal Foundation. Her line includes hand made illustrated greeting cards as well as prints of her pencil illustrations and paintings. ” Why do I focus my work on dogs?…

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Study: Cancer-linked herbicide found in dogs

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Study: Cancer-linked herbicide found in dogs

From Discovery News MAY 8, 2013 12:30 PM ET // BY JENNIFER VIEGAS Dogs are ingesting, inhaling and otherwise being exposed to garden and lawn chemicals that have been associated with bladder cancer, according to a new study. The paper, which will appear in the July issue of Science of the Total Environment, also found that wind could…

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Canine Cancer Research USA

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Canine Cancer Research USA

Steve Katz of Canine Cancer Research USA joins us for one hour to talk about this important subject. January 26th, 10 am PST. Listen live or to the podcast. “Cancer is cancer regardless of species, and discoveries in either dogs or humans will have rapid acceptance in the other species.”– Dr. Stephen Withrow, one of…

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