Dr Sue is a boarded veterinary medical cancer specialist. As a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Oncology), she is one of approximately 400 board-certified veterinary specialists in medical oncology in North America. She is a book author, radio co-host, and an advocate of early cancer detection and raising cancer awareness.
Veterinarians and pet owners know Dr Sue for her positive approach to cancer in pets. Dr Sue helps veterinarians, pet professionals, and pet owners with cancer. Her sessions provide practical cancer information for treating and diagnosing cancer with her inspiring and motivational style. Treating cancer does not have to be depressing, and there is hope.
"Sue Ettinger is an emerging thought leader in veterinary medicine. She is one of those rare people who is both an action-oriented leader and a gifted communicator. Most importantly, all of her actions are geared towards helping pets and people. Pets, pet owners, and the veterinary profession are lucky that she is among us."
"The feedback from those that attended her sessions was that she was fabulous - in terms of content, expertise, ability to engage the audience and presentation style."
See Something: When a skin mass is the size of pea or larger or has been present for 1 month, Do Something: Aspirate or biopsy, and treat. Learn more at Dr Sue’s WhyWaitAspirate.com
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“The message of this book jumps off the written page and into the heart of every reader, and will become the at home bible for cancer care of dogs. The authors have given you a sensible and systematic approach that practicing veterinarians will cherish. I found the book inspiring and, clearly, it will become part of my daily approach to cancer therapy for my own patients.”
-Dr. Robert B. Cohen, VMD, Bay Street Animal Hospital, New York
On The Pet Cancer Vet Dr Sue Ettinger takes pre-arranged calls from pet owners with a dog or cat with cancer to give information, support and hope.
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