Canine Cancer: Breed Dispositions

Canine Cancer: Breed Dispositions

By Dr. Mark Silberman, Southwest Animal Clinic, 4570 Bissonnet – Article from November 2012 Houston PetTalk Magazine Cancer is a common canine ailment. It is a killer in dogs, just as it is in humans.  There are predisposing factors that have been identified such as exposure to substances like metals, dust, chemicals or pesticides.  Diet […]

4 Paws Dog Walk And Fun-Fest October 22

4 Paws Dog Walk And Fun-Fest October 22

Saturday October 22 11 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. CityCentre Plaza 800 Town &Country Boulevard Benefitting the Gabriel Institute, a 501(c)3 developing new treatments for canine cancer. As a special bonus, every dollar raised will be matched by our generous major sponsor in a donation to MD Anderson’s children’s bone cancer programs! Games, music, magic, and […]

Cancer and Dogs: One Pet’s Tale

Cancer and Dogs: One Pet’s Tale

      by John Rennie Two years ago, for roughly the 15,000th time, I patted our dog Newman on the head. That time my fingers found an unexpected depression half the size of a ping-pong ball above and behind his right eye.   Thinking he had somehow bashed in his skull, my wife Jennifer […]

Canine Health Institute of Houston To Offer Dog Massage at PetFest to Benefit Canine Cancer

The facts are clear, cancer is the #1 cause of death in dogs. Join CHI at Pet Fest to learn more.

Canine Cancer: High Risk Breeds

By Dr. Mark Silberman, Southwest Animal Clinic Cancer is a common canine ailment. It is a killer in dogs, just as it is in humans.  There are predisposing factors that have been identified such as exposure to substances like metals, dust, chemicals or pesticides.  Diet plays a role in the development of cancer, as does […]