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-Does your dog seem off? Trust your gut, says oncologist Dr. David Vail. Whether it’s cancer or something else, early detection improves outcomes.

There are very few signs that directly indicate your dog has cancer. Even a lump could be an infection or a benign growth. Many common early signs, suc…

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Clare and James share the new shows that we are serving up this week at Dog Podcast Network. We have so many things to be grateful for--and #1 is you. Thanks for being a part of our community.

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Oral melanoma is an aggressive cancer, but catching it and starting treatment early can yield good results.

Marjorie called in to our Listener Line to ask what the best treatment options are for early oral melanoma. Oral melanoma is an extremely aggressive dog mouth cancer, but catching it early d…

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PEMF therapy is safe, easy to use at home, provides relief for pain and inflammation, and may even have some anticancer effects.

Veterinarian Erica Ancier explains how pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF) can fit into your dog’s cancer treatment plan (or other health needs!). This modality …

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Do you know which dog skin cancer can be caused by the sun? Oncologist Brooke Britton explains cutaneous hemangiosarcoma.

Many dog lovers have experienced the insidious cancer hemangiosarcoma, which develops in the blood vessels. But caller Lou has a question about cutaneous hemangiosarcoma, a les…

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You’re not the only one confused by dog cancer. A second opinion with an oncologist is the best way to get the latest treatment and diagnosis information.

General practitioners (or your regular vet) are fabulous at screening for diseases like dog cancer. But when it comes to a medical problem that…

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What do birch trees and caterpillars have in common? Both can grow medicinal mushrooms that help dogs with cancer.

Dr. Robert Silver joins us again to talk about specific mushrooms that can help dogs with cancer, including chaga, cordyceps, lion’s mane, maitake, reishi, shiitake, and turkey tail. …

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When it comes to dog cancer, beta glucans put the magic in mushrooms. Learn how mushrooms are harvested for supplements and how they can help your dog.

Dr. Robert Silver is a longtime veterinarian with a passion for integrative therapies that can work alongside traditional treatments. One of his s…

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Barbara has been managing her dog’s bladder cancer with piroxicam, but a new vet says surgery might be an option.

Oncologist Dr. Brooke Britton explains the challenges of doing surgery to remove bladder tumors, from the importance of the location of the tumor to special considerations the surgeon …

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Here is what we have new on Dog Podcast Network this week. Find it all at https://shows.dogpodcastnetwork.com

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Here are the new shows we are releasing this week. Find them all at https://shows.dogpodcastnetwork.com/.

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Dog cancer treatment decisions are rarely easy. And they can be as hard on veterinarians as they are on owners.

Researchers from Cornell University surveyed over 400 veterinarians, and 99% of them said they have experienced clients wanting to pursue futile care for their pets. So what is futile ca…

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Petco Love has invested $18 million in dog cancer funding, and continues to expand their offerings to help dogs.

Petco Love is a nonprofit organization (previously known as the Petco Foundation) that offers several programs to help dogs and the people who love them.
Petco Love’s President, Susanne…

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Is that soft lump on your dog just a fatty tumor… or is it something more sinister? Caller Jenny brings attention to how malignant cancers can look harmless.

Jenny’s dog had some soft, squishy lumps that her vet said were simple lipomas, but after she kept pursuing the matter, turned out to be mas…

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Dunbar’s no cat, but he does seem to have nine lives. With the help of his loving owners and great veterinary team, he has been fighting cancer since 2019.


When Dunbar coughed up blood in October 2019, Tara knew things were about to get rough. He was soon diagnosed with undifferentiated pulmonary…

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Listen in for the dog cancer stories and information you can expect from us this fall!

As well as dog cancer treatment information like a deep dive into medicinal mushrooms, this fall Dog Cancer Answers will also feature some True Tail stories about real-life dogs and their cancer journeys and mor…

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Thanks to a little dog named Poppy, we now have a blood test that can detect dog cancer before the dog experiences any symptoms.


Listen in to learn how the OncoK9 blood test by PetDx uses next-generation sequencing to determine if your apparently healthy dog has cancer DNA floating around in her …

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We’re taking a couple weeks off this summer, but we still have plenty of dog cancer resources available 24/7.

Listen in to get a sneak peek at some of our upcoming episodes (hint: next week’s interview is a game-changer for dog cancer screening!) plus to hear about some of the resources available …

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Are the changes in your older dog part of aging, or are they signs of cancer? Dr. Mary Gardner weighs in on how to support senior and geriatric dogs.

Whether your dog is a super senior or a gentle geriatric, she is probably going to experience some issues with cognitive decline, mobility limitatio…

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- What kills brain cancer cells, takes only 5-7 minutes, and provides pain relief from osteosarcoma? Radiation therapy.

Radiation therapy can sound very scary to many dog lovers. But it can be extremely useful for dog cancer, both to destroy tumors and to provide pain relief.
Jenny Fisher is a vet…

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A dog with mammary cancer has three problems: her tumor is very large, she has started chewing at the tumor, and her surgery isn’t for another week.


Gio called in to our Listener Line about his dog with a mammary mass. Unfortunately, his dog has started to chew on the mass, causing bleeding and m…

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When it comes to lymphoma and bladder cancer, environmental pollution plays a role in causing dog cancer.

Double board-certified veterinarian Dr. Lauren Trepanier has lost three Boxers to lymphoma, and she’s not letting that slide. She is currently studying the impact of carcinogens caused by envi…

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Nationwide is combing through their pet insurance claims to learn about cancer risk. Listen in for popular breeds with the highest risk – and lowest!

Dr. Jules Benson of Nationwide Pet Insurance breaks down the data from their first two white papers on dog cancer – Oodles of Doodles, which compare…

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Caller Janet wants to know what guidelines there are for catching dog cancer early.


Caller Janet has found that in her breed, checking the anal glands every six months after the dog turns six years old can be really helpful for catching anal gland carcinomas early, and wonders if there are other …

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