Pets Living With Cancer: A Pet Owner's Resource

Pets Living With Cancer: A Pet Owner's Resource by Robin Downing is an excellent book, and if you have ever had, or currently have, a pet with cancer, you deserve a copy of this book. It takes you by the hand, and explains in easy to understand layman terms, just what the diagnosis of cancer means to you and your pet, in terms of options, cures and hope. It phrases the questions you should ask your vet about any anticipated therapies and operations for the cancer-stricken pet.
The book is positive in outlook, giving pet owners hope, when there seems to be none. Cure types, therapies, and chemotherapy types and kinds are explained. It even discusses nutrition as it relates to saving the pet and `starving' cancer. And research shows diet can play an important role in starving cancer!
The book gives lots of detail; it answers all the questions that the pet owner, in a state of shock after the diagnosis, forgot to ask the vet. It gives helpful hints on how to organize yourself for future vet visits with the cancer-striken pet, and suggests questions you should then ask the vet. In sum, for anyone with a pet that has cancer - this little book will become your `guide book.'

Book Details Pets Living With Cancer: A Pet Owner's Resource
  • Paperback: 142 pages
  • Publisher: American Animal Hospital Association (April 1, 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1583260226
  • ISBN-13: 9781583260227
  • Book Dimensions: 7.2 x 5.3 x 0.5 inches
  • List Price: $10.95
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