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1 in 4 Dogs Will Get Cancer Before the Age of 10 - Will You Act To Stop The Epidemic?
Timber Dog Cancer is on a mission to let dog owners know about the dog cancer epidemic. Find our what you can do to help prevent dog cancer and what options are available if your dog has cancer. There is forum, articles, newsletter, a book and more.
Finding resources, websites, books and more can make a big difference in the survival and quality of life for your dog. “We are doing our best to spread the word about dog cancer.” said Melinda Sargent of Timber Dog Cancer. With 1 in 4 dogs being diagnosed with dog cancer there is an epidemic amongst our four legged friends. There are few resources out there that address the complex area of dog cancer and what someone can do for their beloved furry friend.
Your veterinarian is great for treating your dog with traditional therapies such as radiation and chemotherapy. There are many things your dog will depend on you to do outside of what the veterinarian does. “You have to be a little bit of a detective” says Melinda Sargent of TimberDogCancer.com. You need to learn about special diets as a dog’s metabolism has changed now they have cancer. Diet alone can play a big factor in your dog’s ability to “fight” cancer and the quality of life your dog will have. There are new therapies that research shows to be effective against cancer as well. Certain supplements have been shown in research to help give your dog with the fight with cancer. Doing your own research can help you and your dog make this journey together and improve his quality of life.
Many dog owners find peace when they can share their painful journey with other dog lovers. It is one of the areas TimberDogCancer.com is looking to expand and get the word out that. There is a forum on the website so dog owners can talk with each other. It can be a lonely and dark journey and being able to talk with others can help ease the pain and loneliness.
How To Act?
Donate: You can buy the book Timber’s Cancer Journey and What You Can Do To Treat and Prevent Dog Cancer. Timber Dog Cancer is supporting dog cancer research efforts with part of the proceeds from the sale of the book.
Educate: Learn what you can do to help defeat and prevent dog cancer.
Advocate: Signup for our newsletter and receive timely news on dog health news and cancer. Share with others.
Free Diet Booklet: You can get a free diet booklet that covers the dirty “secrets” of dog food, what protein sources your dog needs, the special cancer diet, what not to feed your dog.
About Timber Dog Cancer is a website in honor of Timber and all the other dogs who fight cancer. Timber cheated cancer for over 6 years. Melinda Sargent, who went on the journey with Timber, wants to put an end to dog cancer. She is helping Timber spread the word about dog cancer and what people need to know to end this. You can learn more about dog cancer at http://www.TimberDogCancer.com and you can support and help end dog cancer by purchasing the book at http://www.TimberDogCancer.com/