Ask the Vet: Cancer Treatments for Dogs

A cancer diagnosis in your family is a scary thing–including when that family member is one with four legs. Today more cancer treatments are available to dogs than ever before and, with that, more specialized cancer treatments so that dogs can live life to the fullest. Recently we reached out on our social media channels […]

Zuke’s Helps Pet Parents Fight Cancer in Dogs, Cats #Bark Friday #FueltheLove

As our regular readers know, we write a lot about saving money on pet care here on DogTipper and on our cat site, As the authors of Barkonomics: Tips for Frugal Fidos, we often talk to both pet lovers and to media about the best ways to save money on their pet care while […]

Song by Cheap Trick Frontman Helps Fight Against Canine Cancer

Cheap Trick has hit the road with Aerosmith this summer in a tour bus emblazoned with the logo for The Riedel & Cody Fund’s 12 Million Dog March to eradicate canine cancer, and the group’s frontman is helping companion animals who have been stricken with the disease on their road to a brighter tomorrow with a […]

DOG TALK, Feb. 18, 2012

This week’s DOG TALK® features three diverse guests discussing with host Tracie Hotcher: Dr. Sue Ettinger is an oncologist who co-authored the extraordinary THE DOG CANCER SURVIVAL GUIDE, with Dr. Demian Dressler, an essential resource for anyone whose dog has been diagnosed with this rampant disease. (Dr Ettinger can be found at or […]

DOG TALK, Dec. 17, 2011

Providing a good life for your dog isn’t just about training a puppy and raising a healthy, happy day, it’s also about providing a good end of life for your dog. This week Tracie Hotchner, author of The Dog Bible and The Cat Bible, talks with experts about this difficult topic in her weekly radio […]

Offering New Hope in Fight Against Canine Cancer

Canine cancer touches many lives and work is constantly underway to help find additional treatments for this disease. Today we have a guest post from The Dog Daily about nitrosylcobalamin (NO-Cbl), an innovative drug therapy that is helping shrink tumors in some dogs. The Dog Daily: Illness and Disease   New Hope for Canine Cancer […]

Texas Agility Shootout, Fort Worth, TX, Aug. 13-14, 2011

Canine cancer has impacted the lives of just about every dog lover but work is underway to find a cure…but that takes plenty of fundraising. One great event coming up is the second annual Texas Agility Shootout in Fort Worth, Texas, a fundraiser for the National Canine Cancer Foundation. Last year, the agility event raised […]

Reader Mailbox: Grain-Free Diets for Dogs with Cancer?

We’re starting a new section here on DogTipper, answering your reader questions. Send in your question through our contact form and we’ll seek out the experts in the canine world–whether that’s in the field of nutrition, training, safety, grooming, you name it–for their expert advice and tips. We launch this new column with a nutritional […]