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25 April 2007
We all want to do what we can to help our cats and dogs live healthier. Diet is the greatest way we can help. But before making a major change, please read this great article by Dr. Weeth. It's long but worth it.
There are no proven dietary changes or nutritional supplements that have been definitively shown to prevent cancer in dogs and cats. Cancer is a leading cause of death in dogs and cats with genetics, viruses, environmental toxins, age, and neuter status all having a direct or indirect role in the development of certain types of cancer.
So what do dog and cat caregivers need to know about cancer and possible nutritional prevention/treatments? --READ MORE
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