It has now been eight months since I lost my little lady to cancer. Today, Divinity’s friends at the Grey Muzzle Organization posted a helpful series of links for those with a pet that has been diagnosed with cancer.
From the Grey Muzzle
After the initial shock of a cancer diagnosis, here are five places we would turn to get more information.
- Canine Cancer Library, The National Canine Cancer Foundation – offers detailed reports on every dog cancer so you can learn more
- Using Alternative Therapies to Fight Cancer, Dr. Karen Becker – article on “less toxic, effective therapies” to treating cancer
- What to Expect When You Visit a Veterinary Oncologist [Podcast], American Kennel Club Canine Health Foundation – what to bring with you, common tests your dog may receive and how you can make best decision for treatment
- When Your Dog Has Cancer – Making the Right Decisions for You and Your Dog, Lola Ball – easy-to-read book written from a pet parent’s point of view about how to create a cancer treatment plan
- The Veterinary Cancer Society’s list of cancer organizations, foundations and clinics – a thorough list of canine cancer resources