Dr Sue was honored to receive the Woof Pack Award for Exceptional Doctor Performance in the Northeast specialty region on July 21, 2016. #lovewhatyoudo
Dr Sue was excited for her first time speaking at Western Veterinary Conference in Vegas in March – educating the importance of early cancer detection with her “See Something, So Something. Why Wait? Apsirate.” program. Remember, if a mass is the size of a pea and there 1 month, go to your veterinarian for an aspirate. #whywaitaspirate
Click here to watch a video of Dr Sue from NAVC.
On November 1, 2014, Dr Sue will be headed west to LA for the premiere of the documentary, My Friend: Changing the Journey. Produced by Canine Lymphoma Education Awareness and Research (CLEAR), his ground-breaking film that will take dog lovers on their own informative journey of awareness and hope as it weaves interviews from highly respected oncologists, veterinarians and canine care professionals throughout three inspiring stories of dogs who are battling lymphoma and in some cases even beat the disease. CLEAR is a nonprofit organization is dedicated to increasing awareness and understanding of canine lymphoma through clinical research, and as a resource to dog owners interested in prevention and treatment of this devastating disease. Dr Sue is honored and thrilled to be a featured cancer expert in this documentary. Check out the trailer here:
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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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Are you ready for @drstevesalvatore and @kimberleylocke as The Doctor & The Diva? Don't miss Doctor & The Diva premiering September 9th, check your local listings! #dranddiva #raiseyourhands #comingsoon #tv #tvshow ... See MoreSee Less
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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