Fighting for your pet’s life
Hearing the words "your pet has cancer" can be devastating. In the past, a cancer diagnosis may have left pet parents with little or no hope. PetCure Oncology has changed all that. Today, you can take comfort in knowing there are new therapies revolutionizing the way we treat cancer in our dogs and cats—and they’re now available for your four-legged loved one.
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Innovative treatment, life-changing care
Stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) is an advanced form of radiation therapy that has already been proven effective in treating humans with cancer. SRS is designed to cure cancer, not just ease the symptoms. What sets SRS apart is its unprecedented precision, which now enables the treatment of some tumors that were previously considered untreatable. SRS is a noninvasive therapy that puts a premium on your pet’s quality of life, resulting in far fewer treatment sessions, anesthetic events and side effects.LEARN MORE ABOUT SRS
Pet cancer care that really cares
Founded by a frustrated pet parent, PetCure Oncology is teaming up with veterinarians all over the country to give more people and more pets access to comprehensive cancer care that includes SRS as a treatment option. Just as important, our teams of specialists deliver this treatment with an extremely high level of care—for you and your pet—every step of the way.
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Cincinnati, OH (FOX19) – Some people would do just about anything to keep their pets healthy and happy. Now, thanks to veterinary breakthroughs, even pets with difficult diagnoses can get READ MORE >
Chicago, IL – May 2, 2017 – PetCure Oncology’s industry-leading national network of veterinary cancer care centers will continue to expand this summer with the addition of new sites in San Jose, READ MORE >
Chicago, IL – March 14, 2017 – In the world of pet cancer, lung tumors are a particularly nasty foe. But hope is on the horizon. PetCure Oncology, a national provider of cancer care for pets, is READ MORE >
Pittsburgh, PA (KDKA) – When you see 5-year-old Labrador retriever Beau today, it’s hard to imagine that just four months ago he was near death.
Blue Ash, OH —Twelve million dogs and cats are diagnosed with cancer every year. It’s the leading non-accidental cause of death in pets. Now, a new tool is being used to save them, or at READ MORE >
Our mission is to revolutionize cancer care for pets through treatment, technology and teamwork