“My dog kept licking his nose… My cat was rubbing his face on the ground constantly… My dog had a bloody nose.”
These are real statements from the owners of our Pet Hero pets that received treatment for nose cancer. Nasal tumors are found in the nasal cavity and the paranasal sinuses, and affect... Continue reading
In the world of pet cancer, lung tumors are a particularly nasty foe. But hope is on the horizon.
PetCure Oncology is excited to announce our first clinical trial. It is intended to test a theory that has already been proven in human medicine:
Stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) could be the answer for... Continue reading
Oral tumors in dogs and cats are relatively common. According to the American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS), “benign and malignant tumors of the oral cavity account for 3-12% of all tumors in cats and 6% of all tumors in dogs.”1
Unfortunately, when it comes to tumors in the oral cavity, most... Continue reading
First, it’s important to understand that, like humans, pets can be treated for cancer, and sometimes even cured. Take a deep breath and get ready to arm yourself with knowledge—and support. After all, the cancer journey affects the entire family. Caregivers need support too!
Fortunately, there are a... Continue reading
At PetCure Oncology, our goal is to educate pet owners about pet cancer. In this article, we will address common pet cancer rumors, myths, and questions we hear from pet owners. Still, we can’t stress enough that you should always consult your veterinarian when it comes to your pet’s health.
The... Continue reading