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11. Studying How Mast Cell Tumors Become Malignant

(Web Page; Wed May 18 12:43:00 CDT 2016)

D09CA-060Dr. Cheryl A. London, Ohio State University Co-sponsors: Blue Buffalo Foundation; Cheryl Wagner; The Flat-Coated Retriever Foundation; Ms. Ann Campbell; Cheryl Sedestrom; Portuguese Water Dog Foundation; Anonymous, in memory of...

12. Finding new therapy targets for mast cell tumors

(Web Page; Tue Jan 17 12:54:00 CST 2017)

STUDY ID: D17CA-042 INVESTIGATOR: Dr. Matthew Breen, North Carolina State University SPONSOR(S):Baird Medical Trust in memory of Stephanie and Jerry Katz Flat-Coated Retriever FoundationPug Dog of AmericaAnonymous, in memory of Grover

13. Lumps and Bumps on Our Dogs – Normal or Worrisome?

(Web Page; Thu Jan 11 11:06:00 CST 2018)

It’s normal for our dogs to get a little lumpy and bumpy as they age, with skin growths being one of the major reasons pet owners seek veterinary care for their pups. Although the majority of these lumps are benign, owners still ne...

Description: It’s normal for our dogs to get a little lumpy and bumpy as they age, with skin growths being one of the major reasons pet owners seek veterinary care for their pups. Although the majority of these lumps are benign, owners still need to be concerned about the possibility of skin cancer, particularly the most common malignant skin cancer of dogs – mast cell tumors.

14. Mass Cell Tumor Webinar Handout

(File; Wed May 14 10:25:00 CDT 2014)

Mast cell tumors of dogs and catsOlder pets often develop cancer, and statistics suggest that cancer is the cause of death in 50 percentof dogs older than 10 years of age. Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer found in dogs,and m...

15. CCOGC Application for Sample Release 2017

(File; Wed Jul 05 17:45:00 CDT 2017)

CCOGC Tissue Release Application Due: August 1, 2017 I: Principal Investigator Information Name ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? Degree ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? Title ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? Institution Type Academic Government In...

Description: Application for sample tissue

16. Your Gifts in Action

(Web Page; Tue Sep 12 15:25:00 CDT 2017)

For the past 69 years, Morris Animal Foundation has been a global leader in funding studies to advance animal health. With the help of generous donors like you, we are improving the health and well-being of dogs, cats, horses and wildlif...

Description: For the past 69 years, Morris Animal Foundation has been a global leader in funding studies to advance animal health. With the help of generous donors like you, we are improving the health and well-being of dogs, cats, horses and wildlife worldwide.

17. The Big Four

(Web Page; Thu May 11 11:35:00 CDT 2017)

Morris Animal Foundation’s Golden Retriever Lifetime Study, with more than 3,000 dogs enrolled, is a groundbreaking effort to shed light on cancer and its causes, giving veterinary researchers valuable insight to chart a course f...

Description: Morris Animal Foundation’s Golden Retriever Lifetime Study, with more than 3,000 dogs enrolled, is a groundbreaking effort to shed light on cancer and its causes, giving veterinary researchers valuable insight to chart a course for future studies. The study, now in its fifth year, is designed to identify risk factors for cancer and other health problems. Learn about the four major cancers targeted by the study.

18. Dog Health Info Center

(Web Page; Tue Jan 09 16:39:00 CST 2018)

Dogs offer unconditional love, loyalty and companionship. Like humans, though, dogs are susceptible to a wide range of illnesses. Because many diseases can be managed well if caught early, routine preventive care is critical to keeping y...

19. Cancer treatment decisions can be challenging for people and their pets

(Web Page; Wed May 11 19:35:00 CDT 2016)

Learning that a beloved pet has cancer can be devastating. In addition to dealing with the emotional turmoil that accompanies this diagnosis, many owners also must make decisions about treatment options. Surgery is a common treatment...

Description: Learning that a beloved pet has cancer can be devastating. In addition to dealing with the emotional turmoil that accompanies this diagnosis, many owners also must make decisions about treatment options. Surgery is a common treatment method, but it can be an agonizing choice for owners, particularly if the surgery is radical, such as amputation.

20. Dog Health Info Center

(Web Page; Fri Mar 02 15:45:00 CST 2012)

Dogs offer unconditional love, loyalty and companionship. Like humans, though, dogs are susceptible to a wide range of illnesses. Because many diseases can be managed well if caught early, routine preventive care is critical to keeping y...