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Canine rehabilitation therapy is an integrative form of medicine that is used in many facets of our pet's lives including senior wellness. Dr. Jane Hiser of Quioccasin Veterinary Hospital is the only veterinarian in the greater Richmond area certified as a canine rehabilitation therapist. She creates personal programs consisting of heat and cold therapy, manual therapy and massage, and a variety of therapeutic exercises using treadmills, balance equipment, and aquatic therapy to...read on
Canine Osteosarcoma (OSA) is a type of aggressive bone cancer that most commonly affects the limb bones, especially the fore limbs of the middle aged and elderly dogs. The most common victims of this dog cancerare large dog breeds like Rottweilers, Shepherds, Labradors, Dobermans, Great Danes, Saint Bernards, Irish Wolfhounds and Golden Retrievers. The malignant or cancerous tumor develops deep within the bones, and then grows rapidly to destroy the bones from the inside. Osteosarcoma...read on
Learn more about the program in this video produced by Dominion Resources.
FETCH a Cure - 5 out of 10 Dogs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYkzSD1fbuY
FETCH a Cure - Need Your Help to Lick Cancer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urFIQ1z1ZUM
FETCH a Cure - 1 out of 4 Dogs will Develop a Tumor http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keDGQAgRJFE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - October 8, 2010 - Blue Buffalo Company, Ltd., recalls certain dry dog food because of possible excess Vitamin D that can affect the health of some dogs. The Blue Buffalo Company, Ltd., is recalling certain packages of its Wilderness Chicken, Basics Salmon and Large Breed Adult Chicken dry dog foods sold under thc "BLUE" brand which have the potential to contain excessive levels of Vitamin D.
While Vitamin D is a beneficial component of these foods, the Company...read on
TGen and VARI study cancer in dogs to find new treatments for humans
PHOENIX, Ariz. — April 15, 2010 — Fido’s wet licks might hold more than love.
They could provide the DNA keys to findings new treatments for rare cancers and other diseases in both dogs and human patients. The Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) and the Van Andel Research Institute (VARI) have created the Canine Hereditary Cancer Consortium, a program designed to study naturally occurring cancers in...read on
The Canine Hereditary Cancer Consortium (CHCC) is in need for samples for the largest comparative oncology study ever, one that will hopefully give us critical insights into cancer in both pets and people. The success of this comprehensive study depends in large part on how many DNA samples they can obtain. Dogs with ANY type of cancer can participate. All you have to do is click on the following link submit a form & learn how you can submit a DNA sample, http://www.tgen.org/2dogs