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Through tail-wagging laughter and tears of happiness, this book takes you on a brief journey of seven dogs with cancer and how they lived to Woof About It. Images by Jaime Rowe, Denver pet photographer pull you into each individual story starting with the Lily, the three-legged Great Pyrenees that survived bone cancer to Taj, the boxer that recovered from two bouts of mast cell tumors. This book evokes hope, love and inspiration to any dog owner that is debating cancer treatment options. Survivors was written in conjunction with Colorado State University Animal Cancer Center. Proceeds are donated to the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation that supports the medical oncology residency program at Colorado State University Animal Cancer Center.
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Jaime Rowe is a Denver pet photographer, author, inspirational blogger, and avid dog lover. Her images have been in calendars, magazines, cards and books nationwide. She is the author and photographer of Survivors - Your Best Friend's Journey With Cancer&.Review:
Happy, Uplifting & Inspirational! --Melissa Westerman, Executive Director, Bow Wow Buddies Foundation
Bravo Jaime! This is a brilliant, beautiful and truly inspiring book about canine cancer survivors. I loved reading about the antics of these amazing dogs, their experiences in dealing with their illnesses and how they are thriving today because they told cancer to take a hike! Every dog parent should read this book. --Jennifer Brauns, Editor - Mile High Dog Magazine
The wonderful photographs and biographies in this book are a testament to almost four decades of work on behalf of our pets that may be diagnosed with cancer. Through the work of pioneers in the field of veterinary oncology over half of dogs and cats diagnosed with cancer can now be cured with sophisticated surgical techniques, radiation therapy or a combination of these tools. Many more patients are able to have their cancer managed with a high quality of life because of chemotherapy and an increasing repertoire of pain management techniques. Almost on a daily basis, new discoveries bring hope for even better control of cancer in the near future. Importantly for all pet owners, the expansion of formal training programs for veterinary oncologists over the last 10-15 years has brought high-quality cancer care closer to your home, should it ever be needed. The proceeds from this book support a veterinarian in a medical oncology residency program at the CSU Animal Cancer Center and I want to genuinely thank you for purchasing this book and supporting the future of veterinary cancer care. --Dr. Rodney L Page, Director, Colorado State University Animal Cancer Center
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Book Description Self-Published, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0615392393