Help Your Dog Fight Cancer: What Every Caretaker Should Know About Canine Cancer by Laurie Kaplan

Fifty percent of the 65 million dogs in the U.S. will have cancer, yet most caretakers know little or nothing about caring for a dog with cancer.

Help Your Dog Fight Cancer educates owners about causes, prevention and early detection. It covers diagnostics, treatment options, traditional and holistic therapies and home care options including diet, side effect remedies and supplements.

This book takes the reader by the hand and guides him through the entire canine cancer journey. Begins with a discussion of cancer in dogs, prevention and causes. Reviews the most common types of cancer in dogs. Explains diagnostics, treatment options, medical and holistic therapies, how to research any type of canine cancer, how to assemble a team of doctors and support group. Explores choices in diets and supplements for dogs with cancer, and finally discusses palliative end-of-life care, euthanasia and pet loss.

In the Prologue and Epilogue, the author tells the story of Bullet's triumph against canine lymphoma, from beginning to end. Inserts within the main text reveal the choices the author made for Bullet's medical treatment, supplements, diet and alternative therapies after offering a list of options.

About Laurie Kaplan

Medical animal writer. MSC therapist. Founder and administrator of the Magic Bullet Fund,helping people who have a dog with cancer but can't afford treatment costs. Author, “Help Your Dog Fight Cancer.” Co-author, “Canine and Feline Geriatric Oncology.”

Price: $10.99 USD

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