Do you currently or have you had a pet having been diagnosed with cancer? It’s a life-altering diagnosis for both animals and their human caretakers with numerous implications pertaining to expected life scan, provision of care, financial concerns associated with treamtent, and quality of life.
I am very passionate about the topic, as my dog Cardiff twice overcame typically fatal T-Cell Lymphoma with a combination of surgery, chemotherapy, dietary supplements, herbs, whole food diet, acupuncture, lifestyle modifications, and more.
In my holistic veterinary practice and media projects I strive to educate owners about being optimally aware about clinical signs your pet may have cancer, means by which it is diagnosed, and treatment options. Additionally, staking steps to prevent cancer is a crucial part of pet ownership.
Want to learn more? Check out this article for The Honest Kitchen. See Pet Cancer Awareness, Diagnosis, and Treatment.
Dr. Patrick Mahaney
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