833-738-4376
collage of cat being examined by vet, dog with kid and dog with owner

For Veterinarians

“I’m sorry, there’s nothing more we can do for your pet.” You don’t want to say it; your pet families definitely don’t want to hear it. Thankfully, stereotactic radiation (SRS/SRT) has changed the conversation when it comes to cancer care for pets. Our goal at PetCure Oncology is to work closely with you to offer your clients every available option for managing—and potentially even overcoming—their pet’s cancer.

We provide a comprehensive range of treatment modalities which enables our clinical teams to develop individualized patient care plans with every treatment option at their disposal.

Feel free to explore the veterinarians-only section of the website. You can do any of the following:

Have a question and not sure who to ask? Get in touch with us or call the Pet Advocate Team at 833-PET-HERO (833-738-4376).

When To Make A Referral For SRS

We understand that SRS is a new care option in veterinary medicine, and we get a lot of questions about how it can be best utilized by existing practices. Here are some general guidelines for when it is appropriate to refer to a PetCure Oncology center:

  • When a diagnosis of cancer has been made, or is strongly suspected, and you want your client to understand all of the available treatment options*
  • When the patient has an inoperable tumor or is not a surgical candidate
  • When surgery is declined by the family
  • When clean margins have not been achieved following surgical resection
  • When surgery has been performed in the past and the patient now has a recurrence
  • When side effects from traditional radiation outweigh the treatment benefits or deter the client

*It is important to note that an initial consultation with a radiation oncologist prior to surgery (or intervention with other treatment options) is critical to achieving the most successful outcome possible. This consult will allow us to determine if a curative-intent treatment is feasible before moving forward. The effects of surgery or traditional radiation therapy may exclude a patient from being an SRS candidate, making it crucial to evaluate all options prior to treatment.




SHARE VIDEO

Types of Cancers in Dogs

If your dog is displaying any symptoms of cancer or has been diagnosed with cancer, sort below by cancer type or tumor location to learn more about the most common types of cancer in dogs and available treatment options. Click on the links for more specific information on treatment and real patient stories.



SARCOMA/MESENCHYMAL CANCER IN DOGS

Types of Cancers In Cats

If your pet is displaying any symptoms of cancer or has been diagnosed with cancer, sort below by cancer type or tumor location to learn more about each cancer type and available treatment options for your pet. Click on the links for more specific information on treatment and real patient stories.



CARCINOMA/EPITHELIAL IN CATS

ROUND CELL CANCER IN CATS

SARCOMA/MESENCHYMAL CANCER IN CATS

More Than 7,000 Pet Families Have Chosen PetCure Oncology For Their Dog Or Cat's Cancer Therapy. We Give Your Pet A Fighting Chance To Improve Their Quality Of Life.

We Understand. We Commit. We Will Help.

BACK TO TOP