Getting the dog cancer diagnosis from your vet is the toughest day any pet parent can face. Even if you have a great vet who gives you tons of information about the diagnosis, you still leave the office with your head spinning, trying to recall just what exactly your vet said, and wondering “What now?”
The Next Steps After a Dog Cancer Diagnosis
Next, do not let Dr. Google take over. There is so much information out there about cat and dog cancer, it’s hard to know what’s legitimate and what’s snake oil. And that’s the #1 reason why we are huge fans of vet oncologist Dr. Sue Ettinger and Dr. Demian Dressler, authors of The Dog Cancer Survival Guide: Full Spectrum Treatments to Optimize Your Dog’s Life Quality and Longevity.
We wish this resource was around when our fearless leader Jerry was fighting osteosarcoma. Here’s why:
Drs Dressler and Ettinger understand that no matter what the prognosis is, there are always things you can do to help your dog fight (and even beat) cancer. Their Dog Cancer Survival Guide is an indispensable tool to learn about your dog’s diagnosis. You’ll discover:
- Practical, evidence-based ways to give your dog a better quality of life for as long as possible.
- Conventional western veterinary treatments (surgery, chemotherapy and radiation) including how to reduce their side effects.
- Holistic options, including botanical nutraceuticals, supplements, nutrition, and mind-body medicine that may work for your dog’s diagnosis.
- How to create a plan tailored to your dog’s type of cancer, your dog’s age, your financial and time budget, your personality, and many other personal factors.
The book is comprehensive, yet not overwhelming. It’s written for the average pet parent who needs answers, confidence and optimism. And now, it’s part of a larger set of tools available to help you make better decisions after a diagnosis, such as:
Get Answers Now with Dog Cancer Seminars
Dr. Dressler’s entire collection of dog cancer seminars are now available as MP3 audio recordings that you can buy, download and listen to on your computer, smart phone or MP3 player.
In this collection of seminars Dr. Dressler discusses important topics related to dog cancer and also answers listener’s questions about their dog’s cancer. Previously only available to paid members of Dr. Dressler’s Dog Cancer community, now anyone can purchase these in-depth seminars individually or as part of larger bundles with all Dog Cancer Survival Guide tools:
Three Reasons to Try the Dog Cancer Survival Guide Tools
A dog cancer diagnosis comes with a lot of decisions to make. Here’s why we think trying out The Dog Cancer Survival Guide is the smartest place to begin:
- You will save money. For instance, instead of rushing out to buy every supplement you think might work, you’ll learn which supplements are most promising, which ones could conflict with treatment and which ones might be a waste of time.
- You will know how to talk to your vet. Every seminar and the book is presented in terms we understand, but with the correct pet cancer terminology and evidenced-based information that your vet will appreciate when you discuss your dog’s treatment.
- You will have no regrets. By taking a “full spectrum” approach, as Dr. Dressler calls it, you’ll learn all possible approaches to help your dog fight cancer. You don’t have to choose every single one, but at least you’ll have all the practical information needed to make evidence-based choices that can help you feel satisfied in knowing you’re doing all you can to fight dog cancer.
Take a look at the Dog Cancer Survival Store. Everything inside comes with a money-back, 90-day guarantee. We know you won’t need to use it though, because we can vouch for it: this is the very best guide to helping you give dog cancer the best fight you’ve got.