Pets today have a better chance of being successfully treated for neoplasia and cancer than they did before.
Date: 3/28/2016 Size: 100KB
Cancer is a leading cause of death in dogs and cats—particularly now that more pets are living long enough to develop the disease.
Date: 8/3/2016 Size: 93KB
One in four dogs will die of cancer, according to the Morris Animal Foundation.
Date: 10/22/2014 Size: 79KB
Preliminary results relating to cancer, neuter status, obesity, and other research areas are just starting to come in for the Morris Animal
Date: 5/11/2016 Size: 72KB
Pets are living longer than ever before. learn about problems facing older pets, and how their owners and veterinarians can best handle their special needs.
Date: 2/15/2017 Size: 125KB
The AVMA launched the AVMA Animal Health Studies Database in June as a resource for researchers seeking animals to participate in
Date: 7/11/2016 Size: 96KB
The Food and Drug Administration announced in June it had approved the first cancer therapy for dogs in the United States.
Date: 11/2/2015 Size: 67KB
Veterinary Cancer Society
Date: 2/13/2014 Size: 65KB
The release of vaccine guidelines for dogs and cats has stirred up controversy in the veterinary profession
Date: 8/19/2015 Size: 82KB
Post these in your veterinary clinic, or hand to clients for one-on-one reading, to improve understanding of the important care you give their animals.
Date: 3/7/2017 Size: 128KB