Please join Paws4Potter on Saturday, November 2nd from 6:00PM to 9:00PM for a very special evening with world-renowned veterinary oncologist, Dr Sue Cancer Vet!
This lecture event is FREE to the general public and is meant to give pet owners the information and tools that they need to be their pets’ best advocates and potentially their pets’ own heroes!
Cancer touches at least 1/3 of our dogs and 1/4 of our cats in their lifetimes. Wouldn’t you like to know how you can detect cancer earlier in pets so that, if cancer is unfortunately detected, it can be diagnosed at an earlier stage (and hopefully be more easily treatable)?
Paws4Potter is so excited to share with you what will be an amazing and informative lecture by Dr Sue Cancer Vet! This is a unique opportunity for pet owners to meet this amazing oncologist whose passion is early cancer detection! #SeeSomethingDoSomething #WhyWaitAspirate #LiveLongerLiveWell
From 6PM-7PM, meet Dr Sue Cancer Vet, Jenny Cassibry Fisher from Practivet, and volunteers of Paws4Potter. There will be light refreshments available during this time!
Just before 7PM, we will have a short, special video of pet cancer warriors!
At 7PM, Dr. Sue’s lecture will begin! You won’t want to miss this!!!
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📺Penelope and I make our television premiere on September 12, so please tune in to hear my segment on dog health
And the check out the show starting Sept. 9th
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🚨Sneak Peak for my latest vlog 🚨
🔶 If you were just told that your dog has a mass in the spleen, you need to watch this video.
🔶 You can watch the full video here: youtu.be/iz5yiNW_XeM
✔️ No, not every mass in the spleen is hemangiosarcoma.
✔️ No, we cannot tell on ultrasound or at surgery what the mass is.
✔️ So we need to go to surgery and wait for the biopsy.
✔️ I will review the double two-thirds rule for masses in the spleen for dogs.
✔️ I will give you tips on when we can be more suspicious it is hemangiosarcoma in your dog, and when it is less likely.
✔️ And I will discuss some of the OTHER cancers and benign masses we see in the spleens of dogs.
✔️ And in part 2 & 3, I will discuss more on hemangiosarcoma symptoms, testing, treatment, and prognosis. ... See MoreSee Less