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Would Tanovea have given Effie more time if it had been around in 2015? Is Tanovea good for dogs with lymphoma? Oh, and, one more question, one we ALL want to know the answer to: did I cause my dog’s cancer??

Dr. Demian Dressler helps untangle a bunch of questions posed by Deborah about her dog’s …

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How often does a dog really need chemo? Is there flexibility? What if I don’t have time? What if my dog hates the vet? Will my budget be taken into account? What are the side effects? Dr. Sue Ettinger, veterinary medical oncologist, answers your most burning questions about chemotherapy in today’s …

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Is amputating a dog’s leg REALLY necessary if they have a bone cancer diagnosis? Can they recover?

Sue’s little terrier has bone cancer, and the vet wants to amputate his leg. And Sue wants to know: is amputation REALLY necessary? It’s a super-common question that any dog lover facing osteosarcoma…

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There is evidence that CBD has anti-cancer effects, anti-inflammatory effects, anti-anxiety effects, anti-seizure effects, and even anti-glaucoma effects. So why aren’t more vets recommending it? Well, for lots of reasons, it turns out. Host James Jacobson guides us through a wide-ranging and fasci…

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Does vitamin C given by IV help dogs with cancer, or is that just a myth, like some folks insist? Dr. Nancy Reese, veterinarian and epidemiologist, looks at the research. Listen to this Q&A episode to find out what the benefits, risks, and cautions are for you and your dog. Thanks to listener Chrys…

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Is there a perfect diet for a dog with cancer? Does diet even matter when it comes to cancer? Dr. Sue Ettinger, veterinary oncologist and co-author of The Dog Cancer Survival Guide, weighs in with her “judge-free” advice about diets for dogs with cancer. Hear what she thinks of the dog cancer diet,…

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Are we right to assume that older dogs shouldn’t go through surgery? Is it ever right to put them under? Dr. Nancy Reese has an answer for Louise’s question about her senior Maltese.

Are we right to assume that older dogs shouldn’t go through surgery? Is it ever right to put them under? Dr. Nancy …

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Are our dogs in danger from the coronavirus that causes COVID-19? Are we in danger from our dogs?? Dr. Nancy Reese, veterinarian and epidemiologist, sets us straight.

Are our dogs in danger from the coronavirus that causes COVID-19? Are we in danger from our dogs?? Dr. Nancy Reese, veterinarian …

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What is Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia, and how should we handle it in our dogs? Dr. Dressler tackles this question from Delisa in Alabama.

Some cancers come for dogs right away, and others take longer. Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) can be hard to diagnose, because it often develops while the d…

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Is it OK to not treat dog cancer? Dr. Dressler mounts a defense of guardians who have to make painful decisions about their dog cancer treatments.

When it comes to dog cancer treatment cost is a big factor. But so are many other things. Dr. Dressler defends dog guardians who make choices for their…

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There is a new immunotherapy treatment in trials for dogs with osteosarcoma, and today Dr. Sue Cancer Vet talks to Leo about it. This new therapy uses the HER2/neu target to stimulate the dog’s own immune system to go after osteosarcoma cells. It’s based on research out of the University of Pennsyl…

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Have you heard about a keto diet for dogs with cancer? What about raw diets for dogs with cancer? What does feeding keto actually mean? What does it look like in your kitchen? And why exactly, would you feed raw, or keto? Are there any risks? James Jacobson asks Dr. Demian Dressler, co-author of ou…

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What to feed a dog with cancer? It is a great question, and one of the most common. Veterinarians and veterinary oncologists often give little or conflicting advice about diet. But your dog eats every day – and you have full control over her meals. When it comes to fighting cancer, choosing what fo…

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Should we be scared when we find a lump on our dog? James Jacobson  finds out by asking Dr. Sue Ettinger, AKA Dr. Sue Cancer Vet. Dr. Sue explains why we should “stay calm and feel our dogs” on a monthly basis (cats too!). After all, most lumps and bumps are benign once we get them checked out. And…

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Is your dog on prednisone always hungry? We’re not surprised, because that’s a common side effect of prednisone. When Dolores from Alberta, Canada, calls in to ask about how to help her boy on pred, Dr. Dressler has some ideas on how to deal with his munchies.

Dr. Dressler is co-author of our pod…

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Dog cancer is scary, but it’s manageable as long as you have information and hope. That’s what this podcast offers: hope, options, and trustworthy information so that you can make confident decisions you won’t regret later. James Jacobson hosts the second season of Dog Cancer Answers, bringing you …

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http://DogCancerBlog.com/book Video shows what you'll find inside The Dog Cancer Survival Guide and why readers continue to make it a best selling book.

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Demian Dressler & Sue Ettinger discuss dog cancer with Marty Goldstein on Martha Stewart radio.

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Dr. Demian Dressler discusses the Dog Cancer Survival Guide on NPR's Dog Talk radio show

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http://DogCancer.tv | Dog cancer video trailer featuring veterinarians Dr. Demian Dressler and Dr. Susan Ettinger (ACVIM-oncology). Over 40 videos created to help you if your dog was diagnosed with cancer. Featuring authors of the best-selling book "The Dog Cancer Survival Guide." More details at h…

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Two veterinarians discuss nasal tumors and what you can do if your dog has been diagnosed with cancer in the nasal region.

Dr. Demian Dressler and Dr. Susan Ettinger are co-authors of the book "The Dog Cancer Survival Guide" and are interviewed on the signs and symptoms of canine nasal tumors as…

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http://www.dogcancerkit.com Dog cancer veterinarians Dr. Demian Dressler and Dr. Susan Ettinger discuss about Melanoma.

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http://www.dogcancerkit.com Dog cancer veterinarians Dr. Demian Dressler and Dr. Susan Ettinger discuss about Perianal & Anal Sac Tumors

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http://www.dogcancerkit.com Dog cancer veterinarians Dr. Demian Dressler and Dr. Susan Ettinger discuss about Brain Tumors- What You Need to Know About Your Dog's Cancer

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