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Humans and companion animals get similar cancers, so clinical trials in dogs can lead to research in humans—and vice versa.
CancerCare’s PAW Program and Amie’s Place Foundation offer new resources for pet owners with cancer.
Did you know? A cat who lives with a pack-a-day smoker is three times more likely to develop lymphoma.
Lymphoma, also called lymphosarcoma, is a type of cancer that can affect many species, including dogs.
Seasonal allergies, also known as hay fever or allergic rhinitis, can disrupt your sleep in a number of ways.
At least 2,000 animals in the U.S. have been tested for the coronavirus since the pandemic began, according to federal records.
My tribute to my beloved pet and best friend, Conner
Plus: tips for caring for your furry friends during the health crisis.
During the COVID-19 crisis, some insurers are relaxing their refill rules and allowing 90-day supplies of meds to be prescribed.
The dog’s owner bought the ad to share the good news about his recovery and raise awareness about cancer in dogs.
A new pet assistance and wellness program helps people with cancer keep up with the many demands of pet guardianship.
Recent studies on the link between pets and cancer go both ways. Here’s what to know.
Dogs or cats can improve relaxation, physical activity and mood management for elderly folks who suffer from persistent pain.
One in three dogs will develop cancer during their lifetime, and pet owners are looking for treatments.
During treatments, Tim Reagan says it was hard to get up each day to walk his dog, Brady. But getting up and out was exactly what he needed.
During my surgery recoveries and chemotherapy treatments, Slugger was my shadow — or really, my couch buddy.
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