Bones & Co. cancer kit
“My dog has cancer, what’s next?”
Having a dog develop cancer is a heart-wrenching, exhausting, and often confusing experience. There is so much information out there that it can be difficult to tell what’s up and down. If you’re in this situation, we’ve developed this kit for you.
This cancer kit is intended to be a jumping off point for your research, question-asking, and plan-making during this difficult time. If you’re overwhelmed by the question, “where do I start?” we’re here to help.
Below, you’ll find lists, resources, blogs, and scientific articles collected to help give you an idea of where you’re at and where you want to go. Although we are not veterinarians and cannot give specific medical advice, we are passionate dog advocates who have done a lot of research about cancer + dogs. We think this information can provide valuable, informative, and helpful insight into canine cancer and what your options are.
ChecklisT | Find A VeT | Scientific Articles | Resources | Blogs
To begin, please download our Cancer White Paper to review:
Canine cancer statistics
The most important things to consider when your dog has cancer
What dogs with cancer should and should not eat, according to leading science