You never forget the day your pet gets diagnosed with cancer. The bomb probably fell while you sat under bright florescent lights in a sterile room with loud commotion happening just beyond the door. It’s a familiar scene at university veterinary clinics around the globe but not at Colorado State University’s Flint Animal Cancer Center […]
The Tripawds Nation helps Tripawds represent on the same day at Puppy Up in Chicago, Illinois and That Pet Place’s Meet the Rescues in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Please join Puppy Up Team Tripawds Chicago on September 16 and help fund comparative oncology clinical trials to end cancer in pets and people
If your pet has cancer, read these metronomic chemotherapy FAQs for Tripawds, then discuss this treatment option with your vet oncologist.
CSU video explains why participating in a pet cancer study can help your dog or cat and potentially find a cure for human cancers too.
Here’s what you’ll learn about Tripawd health from the veterinary experts we met and learned from at the 2017 Western Veterinary Conference in Las Vegas.
Exciting UC Davis dog cancer clinical trials for osteosarcoma and mast cell cancer announced at Morris Animal Foundation K9 Cancer Walk in Elk Grove, California.
Team Tripawds attends the Puppy Up walk in Wheaton, Illinois and helps raise more than $5,000 for canine cancer awareness and comparative oncology studies.
Walk with Team Tripawds and Morris Animal Foundation on October 9 in Elk Grove, California, to help end canine cancer.
Vaccine Associated Sarcoma (VAS) in cats is supposed to be a rare cancer. But here in the Tripawds Nation, it’s not unheard of. Also called “Feline Injection-site Sarcoma” (FISS), we’ve seen our share of members who have lost a leg to this tumor. Today we’re sharing some VAS cat stories, then read on because you’ll […]