If you don’t know already, there is this great blog dedicated to canine cancer, written by Demian Dressler, DVM, a veterinarian and owner of South Shore Veterinary Care in Maui, Hawaii. We don’t know how this busy doc finds the time to do it, but he frequently blogs about issues like radiation care, chemotherapy toxicity, and basic dog cancer terms that are incredibly helpful for pawrents coping with cancer.
Recently, Dr. Dressler published an e-book, “Information You Need: The Dog Cancer Survival Guide.” If his blog is any indication, this is sure to be a valuable resource for any pawrent finding themselves faced with a cancer diagnosis for their fur kid. His website says:
“This full-length e-book separates the facts from the fiction and covers every possible option for your dog – from the traditional to the “far out”. Dr. Dressler guides you through chemotherapy, surgery, radiation, diets, lifestyle changes, mind-body medicine, and the latest cutting edge supplements … all scientifically proven to help support eradicating the signs and symptoms of cancer in your dog.”
Kudos to Dr. Dressler, we applaud him for contributing to the availability of real-life dog cancer resources on the web!