Essential Books about Dog Cancer

42 Rules to Fight Dog Cancer

by Amy Quemuel

The new book by Aimee Quemuel – very informative and required reading for anyone facing cancer in your K9 companion. This is a book about the successes in dog cancer treatment. Very worthwhile for informing yourself about the options and to keep in mind that there is a very good chance for successful treatment outcome. With today’s advances in dog cancer treatment more and more dogs are recovering from the cancer and going on to lead normal healthy lives – to their full expected lifespan.

We highly recommend this book!



The Dog Cancer Survival Guide

by Dr. Damian Dressler

The Second edition of Dr. Damian Dressler’s landmark book on the care and treatment for dogs with cancer. This is the most comprehensive treatment of this subject to date, and sure to become THE standard reference book for treating canine cancers. All types of cancers are covered in depth, and all treatment modalities are thoroughly explored, including all the standard chemotherapy, radiation and surgical options as well as the various alternative and complementary treatment options available today. Normally selling for $34.95, we feel so strongly about providing this info to our clients that we are offering you a special price of just $29.95. More than 450 pages of the latest info on helping YOUR dog to overcome the cancer challenge.

We HIGHLY RECOMMEND this book for anyone facing cancer in a loved family member.



The Natural Vet’s Guide to Preventing and Treating Cancer in Dogs

D.V.M. Shawn Messonnier[paperback]

Dr. Messonnier is a nationally recognized expert on integrative medicine for animals. In this book, he provides an objective look at all of the integrative options for treating and preventing cancer in dogs. His easy-to-read book gives you the latest research on treating and preventing cancer, including the pros and cons of each treatment. This includes complementary therapies such as antioxidants, herbal preparations, homeopathic remedies, and conventional therapies like radiation, chemotherapy, and surgery.

“This is a truly important book, vital to all dog owners. Cancer is a leading cause of death in older dogs, and unfortunately, veterinarians are seeing cancer in younger and younger animals as well. As they say, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, but with this book, you get a ton of each! This is, without question, the most comprehensive book available on this topic.” –Jean Hofve, DVM, holistic feline veterinarian and founder of



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