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6 Tips to Keep Your Pet Safe This Holiday Season

Published December 11, 2017 | By PetCure Oncology | Pet Health & Safety

The holiday season is a fun and festive time of year, but some of our favorite traditions can pose a danger to pets. For a pet fighting cancer, the risks for injury, illness, or complications can be greater. Follow these tips for a safe and happy holiday celebration for all. Anchor Christmas Trees to... Continue reading

Pet Hero: Cosmo, the brain cancer-fighting dog

Published November 30, 2017 | By PetCure Oncology | Blog

Cosmo is a high-energy German Shorthaired Pointer who loves to go on long runs with his parents, Lori and Kevin Young. Signs and Symptoms Even at 11 years old, Cosmo was a bundle of energy and a graceful runner. Lori knew something was wrong when Cosmo fell down while playing and started bumping into... Continue reading

‘Tis the Season of Giving: Supporting Puppy Up

Published November 27, 2017 | By PetCure Oncology | PetCure News

With the holidays officially upon us, we’re coming up with new ways to spread holiday cheer and give back to animal-loving organizations throughout our community. Our commitment to saving the lives of pets goes far beyond the cancer care we provide. It’s the driving force behind our... Continue reading

Fall Veterinary Conferences

Published November 16, 2017 | By PetCure Oncology | Blog

October was a busy month for the PetCure Oncology team! In addition to revolutionizing cancer care for cats and dogs, PetCure Oncology is committed to working with veterinarians as they begin using stereotactic radiation (SRS/SRT) as a new cancer treatment option. PetCure Oncology participated in three... Continue reading

Three Ways You Can Support Pet Cancer Awareness Month

Published November 8, 2017 | By PetCure Oncology | Blog

November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month, and PetCure Oncology is dedicated to educating pet owners about cancer in dogs and cats. Pet cancer affects millions of families each year – about one in every four dogs and one in every five cats will develop cancer in their lifetime. In the past, a cancer... Continue reading