"Stereotactic Radiosurgery" Categorized Posts

Pet Hero Karma After SRS Treatment

Pet Hero: Karma the Golden Retriever Mix

Published June 30, 2017 | By PetCure Oncology | Pet Heroes

Karma Schobert is a 10-year-old Golden Retriever mix and a kind, old soul. According to her parents, Elizabeth and Joe Schobert, she is the perfect model of living each day to its fullest. Karma was diagnosed with malabsorption syndrome as a young puppy and therefore is chronically underweight. She lost... Continue reading

PetCure Oncology Pet Hero Rufus

Pet Hero: Rufus the Big Lovable Mastiff Mix

Published April 10, 2017 | By PetCure Oncology | Pet Heroes

Rufus is a 12-year-old Mastiff/Shar-Pei mix that enjoys lying in the sun and rolling around in the grass. His owners, Karen and Lee Dickson, rescued Rufus in 2005 when he was about a year old. At that time the Dicksons were living in London. Lee had noticed a woman walking Rufus and commented on how handsome... Continue reading

Pet Hero Bindi 18 months after SRS treatment

The Journey to Remission

Published March 1, 2017 | By PetCure Oncology | Pet Heroes

Every day, I see amazing things. Beau was given three months to live before his pet parents learned about stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS). His human mom, Cindy, called Beau’s treatment and recovery “miraculous.” Snickers was on his way to be euthanized when his dad decided he couldn’t go through... Continue reading

July Issue of Trends Magazine, High-Tech Therapy in Stereo

SRS: An Expert’s Perspective

Published July 13, 2016 | By PetCure Oncology | Stereotactic Radiosurgery

We were thrilled to read a great article on stereotactic radiation therapy, another common term that is used interchangeably with stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS), in this month’s issue of Trends Magazine. Trends is a premier monthly magazine published by The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) for... Continue reading

Golden Retriever cancer survivor

Pet Hero: Mark the Lovable Golden

Published June 2, 2016 | By PetCure Oncology | Pet Heroes

The first time Nancy and Craig Waikem of Massillon, Ohio, were introduced to canine cancer was in 2013. It was “the hardest thing in the world,” recalls Nancy. Between all of the steroids and side effects, the Waikems were left feeling sad and defeated. And while their first experience ended tragically,... Continue reading


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