Information for Pet Owners
A diagnosis of cancer in a loved dog or cat can be a very difficult time. Having the right information can make things easier.
Speak to your vet about using our service. We can provide your vet with specialist advice that is tailored to your pet and presented in a format that is easy for you and your vet to understand and implement.
As veterinary specialists we are experts in our chosen field. In order to become a veterinary specialist a vet must complete at least 3 years of additional study and pass a rigorous exam process. We can provide your vet with the most up-to-date information for your pet with cancer.
Read my recent article 'How to be an advocate for your pet with cancer'.
- Anal Sac Adenocarcinoma
- Hemangiosarcoma of the spleen
- Mast Cell Tumours
- Transitional Cell Carcinoma of the Bladder
Other Useful Links
- Caninecancer.org.au - for useful information about cancer in dogs.
- Tripwads.com - for information on limb amputation
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I contact you directly for advice?
Unfortunately due to regulations it is only possible to provide advice directly to your veterinarian.
How quickly will we receive advice?
A full report will be provided within 48 hours of receiving the relevant information and payment of fees.