New Developments in Pet Cancer Treatment

November 20, 2009 | By Haley Finnegan | Category: Health & Wellness | 45 comments
Tags: dogs, health & wellness

(ZT Pet News Photo by Brian Vaiatica.)

Animal Cancer Foundation founder, Dr. Gerald S. Post, informs K9 in the City on the new breakthroughs in animal cancer treatment. There are more effective options to healing out there and others on the way.

Dr. Post and his team are able to fund cancer treatment developments with the money that is donated to ACF. But, most importantly, they are able to help pet owners prevent animal cancer by learning how to recognize the warning signs and symptoms.

Veterinary Pet Insurance and the Animal Cancer Foundation teamed up last month in Brooklyn to raise pet cancer awareness and also raise money for new research. Just look at how far the money has already gone. Within one month the medicine has been able to advance. And it will continue to advance with the help of generous pet owners.

If you are interested in donating to the Animal Cancer Foundation, please visit ACFoundation.org.

Tell us what you think about “Is Animal Cancer Treatable?” below or submit story ideas for K9 in the City by e-mailing Haley Finnegan at: hfinnegan@zootoo.com.

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m s.
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m s.
4 years ago

We all want the cure for cancer -- for animals, for people -- this is a great cause and i pray we all participate and contribute.

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Bowne
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Bowne
4 years ago

I'm happy they are making progress. Hopefully, they will be able to prevent it completely in the future.

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