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Pet Hero:  Bella, the strong and super sweet German Shepherd

Published June 15, 2018 | By Ben Chiswick | Pet Heroes

Life as an 8-year-old German Shepherd on the sunny coast of Florida was exactly what you’d expect for Bella. Her days were full of fun in the sun with her dad, Dave Wright, and hanging out by the pool, swimming at the beach, and playing catch with her dog sister, Sasha. “Bella really is a man’s best... Continue reading

PetCure Oncology Celebrates Veterinary Appreciation Day – Enter to Win

Published June 11, 2018 | By Ben Chiswick | Blog

June 18th is Veterinarian Appreciation DayTM, and PetCure Oncology would like to celebrate all the hard work, dedication and compassion that veterinarians put forth for their pet patients and their families. Help PetCure Oncology celebrate your veterinarian by nominating a veterinary professional that has... Continue reading

Pet Hero: Roy, the brave Golden Terrier

Published June 7, 2018 | By Ben Chiswick | Blog

From the moment Roy’s parents, Katie and Jason, laid eyes on him they knew he was going to be a great addition to their family.   He was adopted about five years ago in Las Vegas, Nevada. He shares his home with two dog siblings named Millie and Max, as well as three cat siblings named Smudge, Olive... Continue reading

Mast Cell Tumors in Dogs

Published May 15, 2018 | By Ben Chiswick | Blog

Mast cell tumors (MCTs) are common in dogs, accounting for approximately 20 percent of all skin tumors in dogs.1  They can be very invasive and often regrow after surgical removal; they may also spread (metastasize). MCTs can arise from any skin site on the body and can have a variety of appearances. Any... Continue reading

Brain Cancer in Dogs and Cats

Published May 10, 2018 | By Ben Chiswick | Blog

Dogs and cats are at risk of getting cancer. They can even get many of the same types of cancer humans get -  including brain cancer. The most common form of brain cancer in dogs or cats is a meningioma or a glioma. Older pets (five or more years old) have a higher risk of getting cancer and both sexes... Continue reading


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