Cancer is the Leading Cause of Death for

Our Best Friends

Today's treatments are largely ineffective

"He was my soulmate"

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"There was nothing that could be done for her"

- A two-year-old golden with hemangiosarcoma

"Buddy finished his chemo but the remission lasted only 4 months"

- A lymphoma patient 

"I knew Gus's cancer would eventually spread to lungs, and it did..."

Turning our Heartbreak into Action

Our Impact

Research is bringing hope

to our beloved dogs, pet parents, and to humans

New hope for our beloved dogs

We focus on research and clinical trials for promising new treatments that are safe, effective, and affordable.

Watch this 4-minute video and learn more.

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Cancer Vaccine

A new therapeutic vaccine is helping dogs  fight osteosarcoma, hemangiosarcoma, and other solid tumors.


Metastasis Disappears

After chemo stopped working, this dog became cancer-free with a new experimental treatment.  And he isn't the only one.

Can helping dogs also help people?

Prof. Rachel Allavena explains why curing cancer for dogs will also accelerate finding cures for humans

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"My world was shattered when I learned Gus had cancer"