Good News for Dogs with Cancer


From "Scientific American" . . . "Good News for Dogs with Cancer" ~ New therapies for beloved pets are getting developed in hopes of treating humans as well. READ ARTICLE

Good News for Dogs with Cancer2020-01-19T10:59:16-08:00



Our "Kindred Spirits" HOPE, Candle for a Cause, is sold out for the season. This special candle, hand crafted with care on Vancouver Island, using only the finest eco friendly waxes and essential oils

SOLD OUT!!!2019-12-08T16:56:57-08:00

Could cannabis treat cancer in dogs?


Marion Chorney knew something was wrong with her 11-year-old coonhound Red when she spotted drops of his blood in the snow after he relieved himself last year. The Burlington woman took him to the vet

Could cannabis treat cancer in dogs?2019-10-29T16:03:40-07:00

Canine Transmissible Venereal Tumor


A cancer-cum-sexually transmitted dog parasite that still thrives today is the the only remnant of a now-extinct Siberian dog race.  The first article explains how a 6000 year old dog cancer has spre

Canine Transmissible Venereal Tumor2019-09-05T14:45:49-07:00

Smiling Blue Skies Thanks You for Another Amazing Year!


Thank you so much for your support of The Smiling Blue Skies Cancer Fund and The Smiling Blue Skies Fund for Innovative Cancer Research. It is hard to believe that Smiling Blue Skies is nearly 18 year

Smiling Blue Skies Thanks You for Another Amazing Year!2018-12-28T19:06:50-08:00

3-D Printing Research Opens New Possibilities for Cancer Surgeries


When the Ontario Veterinary College’s Dr. Michelle Oblak used a 3-D printed custom titanium plate for surgery on a dog’s skull, the procedure not only marked a veterinary first in North America, but i

3-D Printing Research Opens New Possibilities for Cancer Surgeries2018-10-16T22:43:18-07:00

Companion Animal Tumour Sample Bank


The University of Guelph Institute for Comparative Cancer Investigation (ICCI) has developed a unique resource that provides access to clinical specimens from naturally occurring cancers to the scient

Companion Animal Tumour Sample Bank2018-10-16T22:41:36-07:00

Exemplary Team Award


Exemplary Team Award ~ CONGRATULATIONS to The OVC Health Sciences Centre Oncology Service Team of Amanda Bridge, Melanie Brooks, Laura Furness, Helena Hartona, Geri Higginson, Jeanette Jones, Bojena K

Exemplary Team Award2018-09-25T19:25:24-07:00

Cancer Game Changer: OVC Breakthrough Leads to Human Clinical Trials


Cancer treatment in people could be transformed thanks to a study on treating cancer in animals led by researchers from the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) at the University of Guelph. Their findings

Cancer Game Changer: OVC Breakthrough Leads to Human Clinical Trials2018-05-09T18:15:21-07:00

Canine cancer treatment


Bone cancer similar to the one that killed Terry Fox spreads fast in dogs and humans alike. A clinical trial on in Guelph, Ontario, could hold the key for treating it in both species.   This post

Canine cancer treatment2017-12-15T20:23:42-08:00


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