Properly dispensing any chemotherapy ensures the safety of the medical professional dispensing it as well as the medical professional administering it. For safety reasons, the medical professional dispensing and administering chemotherapy must wear PPE (Personal...read more
Labor Day is right around the corner and Cancer Veterinary Centers wants to remind our pet families of some basic safety tips for your pets during this holiday weekend. We have many festivities and food that we will be enjoying on Labor Day, but that can be harmful to...read more
Cancer Veterinary Centers is pleased to announce that Dr. Stephanie Byrne will be speaking at the 2018 Peter Piper Memorial Conference, hosted by the Caloosa Veterinary Medical Society. She will be discussing “Oncology Emergencies: What to do when cancer bites back.”...read more
CancerVets had a great time at Woofstock 2019! We had so many sweet furry visitors that came to say “hello.” Click on the link below to view a fun slideshow of our day! Woof!read more
Cancer Veterinary Centers Supports Bark for Life Event in Naples The 2016 Bark For Life of Naples Event will be held at the lawn at Mercato on Sunday, November 13th. The American Cancer Society’s Bark For Life is a noncompetitive walk event for dogs and their owners...read more
Dr. Ratterree speaks at the 2016 Peter Piper Conference Cancer Veterinary Centers is pleased to announce that Dr. William Ratterree will be speaking at the 2016 Peter Piper Conference, hosted by the Caloosa Veterinary Medical Society. He will be discussing “Recent...read more
There are a number of resources including organizations, foundations, universities, and clinics that have a wealth of information about cancer in dogs and cats. We encourage you to visit the following links that may assist you in gaining more information about cancer in our canine and feline companions.
The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine’s mission is to enhance animal and human health by advancing veterinary internal medicine through training, education, and discovery.
The Veterinary Cancer Society (VCS) is a diverse community of professionals unified by a shared passion
The Animal Cancer Foundation (ACF) is dedicated to finding a cure for cancer by funding research in and promoting public awareness of comparative oncology, the study of naturally occurring cancers in pets and people.
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