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    When It's Time to Say Good-bye to Our Pets

    If only our beloved friends, who have been by our sides through thick and thin, could stay forever. But we know they can’t and that is hard to face. Maybe your dog has a chronic disease or has lived a very long life and you know that soon it will be time to say goodbye to your friend. All of us wish our older pets would pass away peacefully in their sleep, but that is usually not the case and we are left with a difficult decision. It quickly becomes a question of, “When is the right time?"

    A Pet Parent's Guide to Coping with Dog Cancer

    Cancer is a common diagnosis in pets. There are many types of cancer that can afflict pets. If your pet is diagnosed with cancer you may feel overwhelmed and terrified. Here are some suggestions to help you cope with a diagnosis of dog cancer in your beloved pet.

    Understanding Cancer in Dogs

    Cancer is a terrifying diagnosis to hear from your veterinarian. Dogs, like humans, can succumb to many types of cancer, and it is the very last thing you want to hear when you take your beloved canine companion in for a check-up. It helps to be prepared with some basic knowledge about cancer in dogs.

    Understanding Cancer in Cats

    The word “cancer” strikes fear into the hearts of all pet owners. It’s the very last thing that you want to hear your veterinarian say when you take your beloved feline companion in for a problem. Unfortunately, cancer in cats does occur more than anyone would like, and it’s good to know as much about it as you can in case you are ever given the horrible news.

    Homemade Diets: Natural Remedies for Cancer in Dogs

    In the last post I wrote about the importance of diet and cancer treatment. I wanted to include a basic diet that could be used if your beloved pup is dealing with dog cancer. In Chinese medicine, cancer is considered a form of stagnant, toxic heat. The principles involve using foods to clear heat and relieve stagnation.

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