I’ve been a major slacker lately when it comes to writing articles. I blame the fact that a few months back, the staff at PetMD cut back on asking me for contributions, therefore reducing my incentive (read: deadlines) for completing my tasks. My absence doesn’t stem from a lack of thought. I still possess a … Continue reading Can’t you just give me the “chemo pill?”
I recently participated in an interview with a fellow writer for petmd.com on what pet owners need to know about chemotherapy in dogs. You can find the link to the full text here and a transcription of the article below. By: Carol McCarthy “Your dog has cancer” might be the four scariest words a pet parent can … Continue reading Chemotherapy for Dogs: Everything you need to know!
It’s been two weeks since Duffy's amputation surgery, and he’s coming in to see me for a check-up, and a final discussion on what our plan for his future will be. I anxiously awaited his arrival to my examination area, recalling how when he went home two days after surgery he seemed slightly sluggish with some … Continue reading “I thought it was just a little limp…” Part 4: Chemotherapy options for canine osteosarcoma