Episodes

Life Expectancy vs. Gained Life Expectancy in Dog Cancer Treatments

Aug. 29, 2012

Do you understand the difference between life expectancy and gained life expectancy as it relates to your dog’s cancer? Dr. Dressler and Dr. Ettinger, co-authors of “The Dog Cancer Survival Guide” discuss life expectancy following diagnosis from a new angle.

All Natural, Homeopathic & Holistic Approaches to Dog Cancer Care

Aug. 22, 2012

Find out what Dr. Dressler and Dr. Ettinger recommend for natural, holistic, and homeopathic approaches to cancer care for dogs.

The Full Spectrum Approach to Dog Cancer Care

Aug. 15, 2012

What is the Full Spectrum Approach to Dog Cancer Care? Dr. Dressler and Dr. Ettinger discuss the meaning of Full Spectrum Cancer Care and why the willingness to look at any and all available treatments is so important.

Dog Cancer Remission - What Can You Expect

Aug. 8, 2012

Most of us have a general understanding of the term remission, but what does it actually mean when applied to your dog’s cancer? Dr. Ettinger and Dr. Dressler discuss remission as it applies to different diagnoses and types of dog cancer.

Dog Cancer Surgery - The Importance of Clean Margins

Aug. 1, 2012

What does the veterinarian mean when talking about clean margins in relation to your dog’s cancer surgery? Dr. Ettinger and Dr. Dressler define and discuss the importance of clean margins in surgery treatment for dog cancer.

Metronomic Chemotherapy for Dog Cancer

July 26, 2012

Would metronomic chemotherapy benefit your dog? Dr. Ettinger and Dr. Dressler define metronomic chemotherapy and identify how it is useful as a chemotherapeutic treatment for dog cancer.

Kinavet-CA1® and Dog Cancer - What You Need to Know

July 18, 2012

Are you familiar with Kinavet-CA1® for dogs? Dr. Ettinger and Dr. Dressler discuss the use of Kinavet-CA1®, an FDA approved drug for dogs, as a chemotherapeutic treatment for dog cancer.

Palladia™ and Dog Cancer - What You Need to Know

July 11, 2012

Are you familiar with Palladia for dogs? Dr. Ettinger and Dr. Dressler discuss the use of Palladia, an FDA approved drug for dogs, as a chemotherapeutic treatment for dog cancer.

Feeding Carcinogenic Foods After You Dog has Cancer

July 5, 2012

Dr. Dressler and Dr. Ettinger, co-authors of “The Dog Cancer Survival Guide,” discuss the importance of diet in treating dog cancer and the potential impact of carcinogenic foods.

Diagnosing Dog Cancer with a Biopsy or Fine Needle Aspirate

June 27, 2012

Are you unfamiliar with the ways dog cancer can be diagnosed by veterinarians? Dr Ettinger and Dr. Dressler discuss and describe the different medical procedures used by veterinarians and oncologists in the diagnosis of dog cancer.

Feeling Guilty About Your Dog’s Cancer

June 20, 2012

Has your dog’s cancer caused you moments of guilt and doubt? Dr. Dressler and Dr. Ettinger, co-authors of The Dog Cancer Survival Guide, talk about negative emotions, such as guilt and blame, and how to redirect those thoughts and feelings.

Are You a Dog Lover or Dog Guardian - Helping Your Dog Survive Cancer

June 13, 2012

What is the difference between a dog lover and a dog guardian? Dr. Dressler and Dr. Ettinger define the role of a dog guardian and how becoming your dog’s guardian may help when dealing with your dog’s cancer.

Why Didn’t My Vet Catch My Dog’s Cancer Earlier

June 6, 2012

Are you feeling frustrated that your dog’s cancer wasn’t noticed sooner? Dr. Dressler and Dr. Ettinger, co-authors of The Dog Cancer Survival Guide, discuss the normal, human reactions of frustration and blame and how to move beyond and get empowered.

Cancer Cachexia and Dog Cancer - When Your Dog Won’t Eat

May 30, 2012

Are you concerned about your dog’s lack of appetite? Dr. Dressler and Dr. Ettinger define cancer cachexia and discuss some ideas as to how you may deal with your dog’s loss of appetite and vitality.

Diarrhea and Dog Cancer What You Need to Know

May 23, 2012

Are you concerned that your dog is experiencing diarrhea as a side effect of her cancer? Dr. Dressler and Dr. Ettinger discuss the various causes of diarrhea as it relates to dog cancer and some of the methods that may help attain gastrointestinal relief for your dog.

Help for Your Dog’s Nausea

May 16, 2012

Are you concerned about your dog’s nausea or lack of appetite? Dr. Ettinger and Dr. Dressler, co-authors of The Dog Cancer Survival Guide, discuss nausea and appetite loss as side effects of dog cancer, in addition to some methods and treatments to help deal with your dog’s nausea.

Cyberknife Use with Dog Cancer - Cutting Edge Technology

May 9, 2012

Have you heard about Cyberknife radiosurgery? Dr. Ettinger and Dr. Dressler discuss the utilization and benefits of Cyberknife radiosurgery as a non-surgical treatment for dogs with cancer.

Which Dog Cancers are Best Treated with Chemotherapy

May 2, 2012

Are there certain dog cancers which are best treated with chemotherapy? Dr. Ettinger and Dr. Dressler, co-authors of The Dog Cancer Survival Guide, have an in-depth discussion on chemotherapeutic treatments for dog cancers.