Osteosarcoma dogs enjoy long-term remission without chemotherapy thanks to ELIAS Cancer Immunotherapy Treatment and the University of Missouri Oncology Service.
Post-amputation pain relief for dogs and cats is a learning process. Some need more pain medication, some need less. Fine-tuning the frequency and dosage of medications is a team effort between you and your veterinarian that takes place during the first week or two of recovery. Here’s how to make that process easier for everyone. […]
Learn your options for treating lung metastasis in Tripawds with advanced bone cancer, with Dr. Bernard Séguin, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVS from the Colorado State University Flint Animal Cancer Center.
Learn about the most common Tripawd limb cancer treatments including bisphosphonates, Palladia (a “targeted therapy) and lung metastasis treatment options, as explained by the Colorado State University Flint Animal Cancer Center’s Dr. Bernard Séguin, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVS, ACVS Founding Fellow – Surgical Oncology and Associate Professor, Surgical Oncology.
Pet cancer treatments are not one-size-fits-all and today you’ll learn which Tripawd chemotherapy candidates are ideal, as well as chemotherapy alternatives for those who aren’t, with Dr. Bernard Seguin from the Flint Animal Cancer Center at Colorado State University.
Most amputee dogs and cats won’t have a Tripawd amputation incision infection, but here’s what you need to know to avoid one.
If your new amputee dog or cat is leaking fluid at the incision site, don’t panic. These Tripawd amputation seroma tips will put your mind at ease.
Please don’t get your Tripawd a set of wheels until you review these expert tips for Tripawd wheelchairs with Dr. Amy Kramer of Beach Animal Rehabilitation Center in Southern California.
Today on Tripawd Talk Radio, Dr. Alane Cahalane explains how to help our Tripawds get great vet care through better trust and communication with our veterinary partners.
Learn what devoted Hong Kong pet parents can teach us about dog and cat family members, with Dr. Alane K. Cahalane, DVM, BSc, MA, DVM, DACVS, of Veterinary Specialty Hospital of Hong Kong.