Meet the Vets: a Collaboration that Spans 6,000 Miles
Two veterinarians, one from Hawaii who is known internationally as “the dog cancer vet” and one from New York who is a celebrated veterinary oncologist, collaborated to create this definitive book for dog lovers coping with a dog cancer diagnosis. Read More
True Tails from Readers of the First ebook Edition
This book has its origins as an ebook which was published a few years ago. Thousands of dog lovers benefited from that title and we have collected hundreds of success stories from readers. Read More
If Your Dog Has Cancer, You Need This Book
No matter what you’ve heard, there are always steps you can take to help your dog fight (and even beat) cancer. This comprehensive guide is your complete reference for practical, evidence-based strategies that can optimize the life quality and longevity for your dog. No matter what diagnosis or stage of cancer your dog has, this book is packed with precious advice that can help now.
Discover the Full Spectrum Approach to Dog Cancer Care
Everything you need to know about conventional western veterinary treatments (surgery, chemotherapy and radiation) including how to reduce their side effects.
The most effective non-conventional options, including botanical nutraceuticals, supplements, nutrition, and mind-body medicine.
How to analyze the options and develop a specific plan for your own dog based on your dog’s type of cancer, your dog’s age, your financial and time budget, your personality, and many other personal factors.
Judith A with Max, 10 yo English Shepherd about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Yahoo! Dog Cancer Group Recommended
Someone on a Yahoo! dog cancer list suggested this book for me shortly after Max's diagnosis, and I am so glad I followed up and obtained it. The book helped to put things in perspective, gave a truly excellent account of how cancer "works", and gave tons of info on treatment options and lifestyle changes to help the dogs. I find I am also more aware of my own health as a result of reading this book. It should be read by everyone who has a dog with cancer. Thank you, Dr. Dressler, for taking the time to research and prepare this valuable tool.
Ann Marie with Grace about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
I Am So Grateful
I lost my beloved dog last October but recently ordered the book. Yes I intend to recommend it to all of my dog groups. I think I have cried with every page I have read. How I wish I had found this book before my beloved Grace was diagnosed with Hemangiosarcoma. I would have done so many things differently. But now I want to help other people find this book when their beloved dogs get diagnosed with any kind of cancer. I feel like I am sitting in front of Dr. Dressler and picking his brain hour after hour. Please tell him how grateful I am to him for wrighting this wonderful book for us devastated dog owners facing these horrible cancer and trying to prevent them in our other dogs.
Michael P with Jett, 11 yo Great Dane about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
After getting Jett's CT scan results that showed a nasal tumor and a mass on her right atrium, I was pretty emotional and wrestled thinking how I was going to help Jett. Three days later, while searching the internet for cancer information, I found The Dog Cancer Survival Guide. I watched the video and then I ordered the book. The DCSG helped me sort out a lot of information. It helped me organize my thinking. It helped clear up a lot of confusion. As I write this, Jett is with me and doing a heroic job contending with her disease. I won't kid anyone about this, as anyone experiencing hemorrhaging tumors can tell you, the constant care required tests every ounce of your being. Having The DCSG as a resource helped me understand my options and most importantly taught me I was the decision maker for Jett's care. The DCSG is an important book and for the sake of my pet, I'm glad I found it.
Margie W. with Leah about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Wealth of Information
There is a wealth of information in Dr. Dressler's book, that our own vets don't have the time or perhaps the inclination, to share about our dog's battle with cancer. Everything he discusses is invaluable to the owner who is faced with this disease. He also tackles the emotional and mental aspects of dealing with cancer, and he does it with compassion and tact. This book is excellent in every aspect and I am so grateful to have found it.
Ken with Ark, a 17 yo wolf about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
The information in this book is priceless, I highly recommend this if your dog has cancer.
Deborah S. with Tia Maria, 8 yo German Shepherd about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
I found the E-Book very informative. I thought I knew enough with the research I had already done but, this was extremely thorough. If only I had found this two months ago. Knowledge is power. You can not expect your Vet to have the time to explain everything that they know and bias is something you don't want when you are fighting for your pooch. You need as many opinions and all the latest information available to help you make the best choices on behalf of your dog.
Barbara M with Bullet, 9 yo Greyhound about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Tell It Like It Is!
When we are faced with cancer in our beloved pets many times it has gone beyond the stages where we can take care of it. But sometimes there is hope. When Bullet was diganosed with this type of cancer that not many vets / oncologists had seen before and those that had were familiar with so few cases - we had to do everything to help him through it. There is no stone that I left unturned to get information on this type of cancer - and dog cancer in general. Running a kennel of retired racing Greyhounds - and adopting them to people who may have to face this in later years - I feel obligated to learn all I can about the dreaded disease. Having lost two Greyhounds at age 10 to osteosarcoma and one at age 6 to multiple myoloma, I know the heartbreak. There is so much on the internet - and we don't know what is true and what is not. I was going through information overload by the time I found this resource where things were "all together" and it was written by someone that I could trust to "tell it llike it is". I wound definately recommend The Dog Cancer Survival Guide to other dogs lovers going through the ordeal with their animals.
Stephanie with JJ, a 9 yo Basset Hound about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
One Place to Get the Best Information
There is tons of information online about Dog Cancer and it is overwhelming during an already overwhelming time. The Dog Cancer Survival Guide provided one place to get all my information and allowed me to take a proactive approach not just with the Oncologist but at home with diet and supplements. It is empowering.
Edith T, with Mystry, 13.5 yo mixed breed with about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
There Are Other Options!
I would recommend this book so that other dog lovers know that there are other options besides radiation,chemotherapy, and amputation. I have used alternative approaches on my dogs for years now: supplements, holistic remedies, accupuncture, homeopathy, Chinese herbs, etc. It is very difficult to implement when there are no local vets into the "Full Spectrum" approach. I hope this book will entice other veternarians to explore new and safer alternatives.
Sheril A about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://dogcancerblog.com
You get the information you need to help make good decisions regarding your animals care. The book also gives you emotional support by helping you understand the "why" & "how" and "what should I do next?". I found the book so helpful - I ordered a second copy for a friend (her dog has osteosarcoma).
Susie H about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
The Vets Don’t Have Overall Knowledge
The Dog Cancer Survivial Guide is not only informative and educational about the disease, it also gives options for dealing with cancer. It helped me thru the emotional crisis and now I am focused on doing what is best for LP. The vets I've dealt with are well respected and well qualified in their fields but they didn't have the overall knowledge of dealing with diet, massage, supplements or life style changes that the Dog Cancer Survival Book explains in detail.
Kathy T about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://dogcancerblog.com
My Canine Bible
I work at a small local veterinary clinic and was devastated after losing my second Golden to cancer. I bought the Dog Cancer Survival Guide and was blown away at the information that was in there. This book has become my canine bible. I highly recommend this book and I have already done so for another Golden lover on my Golden @ hobbs list. She downloaded it immediately! Thank you Dr Dressler!
Doris Z about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Information Isn’t Anywhere Else
I immediately began to frantically search for information about Mast Cell cancer, when I got Ziggy's diagnosis. Ziggy was a recent rescue from a horrible situation,and it seemed so wrong for such a sweet and loving dog to deal with cancer - especially now that he had a chance for a wonderful life with us. Thankfully I ran across Dr. Dressler's "The Dog Cancer Survival Guide." I am a believer in the holistic approach to health, and the information in the guide was invaluable to me. While we are still early in the diagnosis and treatment of Ziggy's cancer, I honestly believe that his chances are considerably improved by the opportunity this guide has given me to take a practical, yet forward thinking and assertive approach to his cancer care. Thus far, the information about diet and supplements has proved invaluable. This information is not readily found elsewhere, and I find myself reviewing and re-reading this section on a regular basis.
Maria N about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Dr. Dressler Is a Special Person
This is a very informative book written with Unconditional Love filled with alot of POWERFUL information for those that care deeply for their family member. Dr. Dressler is a very special person, you can really tell by the words he chose to write in his book, he helps you personally thru the ordeal of cancer treatment. I would recommend this book to everyone! IT's A GEM! you know a KEEPER! I can't thank you enough for the LOVE that you have for people and pets, Thank You, Thank You, Thank You, When you loose your focus and become depressed remember to pull out your book and do an exercise and get back on track, you are your dogs ADVOCATE and responsible for them. Keep focused and keep a positive attitude it really does make a difference. I would do anything for my dog, I love him unconditionally he's given me so much LOVE. Invest in giving your dog a quality life, you'll be gald you did. Divine Unconditional Love to All.
Lance L about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
After reviewing the x-rays the vet had said "I'm sorry, there's nothing we can do but make her comfortable" -- This really didn't give me a gameplan of what to do and how to cope with my dog's cancer. The book was great for providing alternatives and put me into action to get nutrients to a dog that was failing fast. She is still with us and in better shape then when we saw the vet. The book was a blessing to help work through the many challenges of the cancer diagnosis.
Susan M about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
I Have a Second Vet By My Side
I haven't even finished reading the Guide and I am already so grateful for having received it. I feel as if I have a second vet by my side as I commence this journey with Sparkle. I know that I will be so much more knowledgeable as I have to make treatment decisions along the way. Thank you so much.
Norma J. about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
I want to thank you for your book that you wrote to share with others when they have to go through losing a family pet. It's never easy but your book was easy reading and made us feel that we had done all we could have done to give our pet a quality of life in his last months on earth. The last section in your book that deals with saying goodbye was very comforting. I have read it many times since Duke's home going.
Tina H. about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
You Know Exactly What We Are Going Through!
I must thank Dr. Dressler and all of you for all the encouraging words, I am just a person, but one who is taking on a battle to fight cancer in my dog with everything I have. I am still waiting for my hard copy of the guide to come but have been skimming through the electronic version and it is so unbelievable, like you know exactly what we are going through. Thank you so much!
Deborah L about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Helps to Know I’m Not Alone
It really helps to know I am not going through this alone. I found the first few chapters very helpful, especially about communicating with Buddy as to how grateful I am for him and also the massages. I can actually see Buddy responding to these actions. I always pet, talk, hug my dogs but following Dr. D's advice has really helped. It makes me even more optimistic about the book and Buddy doing better. Thanks!
Sonya West about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
My Vet Referred Me to You
"My name is Sonya West. My husband, Jerry and I live in Fort Worth , Texas and have an 8 year old 35lb Catahoula mix. She has been diagnosed with osteosarcoma . Her tumor is in her hip joint. We have her on previcox and she takes fish oil, vitamin c, vitamin e and tramadol. We’ve been feeding her barely cooked hamburger meat, eggs, and Beef broth mixed with her regular dry food. She has been favoring her leg quite a bit but, still gets around good. I work for an orthodontist and one of our patients mother is a DVM. Dr. Rhonda Daniels. She told me to call you because of your all natural medicine. She has referred some of her patients to you and now their dogs are in remission."
Seth S. about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Thank you to Dr. Dressler
I just wanted to say thank you very much to Dr. Demian for the support that his book gave to my dog.
Mike P about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Thanks for Your Work
I found your book online and bought the download and the printed copy.Thanks for all the work you accomplished to assemble the guide.
Carl Kern about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Gave Me Hope the Vet Did Not
I read and read again this book. It gives me some hope that the regualer vet did not. Allthough I relize that Max our 7 yr old may still surcome to his cancer. There are certain things we can do to make his life more comfortable and enjoyable. We have changed his diet thanks to the book and this seems to help him daily. We have done some other treatments top help him breath (chropratic care and acupuncture care). All seem to help. Homeopath care. has been a life sent. I thank Dr Dressler for writting such a positive book about a realy problem in our pets. It's a hard ting to learn about cancer in pets, its just like hearing your child has uncurable dease. Now there is a book that can walk you throught alternitves in treatments, diets, support and most important love for your dog.
Barbara Duckworth about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
We Were Able to Handle It Because of This Book
Our beloved Jacques started his journey to the Rainbow Bridge yesterday. He had bone cancer of the nasal passages...it started eating the bone holding his teeth on the right side of his mouth and instead of going around to the left side, it went the other way and caused blindness in one eye and was starting on the other eye. It was getting to the point that breathing was difficult for him due to the thickness of the discharge from his nasal passages. This all happened so fast. I feel we were able to handle the situation due to reading The Dog Cancer Survival Guide and it is helping us to accept Jacques' passing now.
Alicia Murdock about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Other Options than Chemotherapy
I recommend the Guide to families that are looking for options, other than Chemotherapy. It has helped me understand how I can attempt to help my beloved pet, even when things looked so grim.
Chris S about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Nice to Have Guidelines
Thank you for writing and publishing this book. We've been through this before but this time I thought it would be nice to have a "guideline" to remind me of what I needed to do and to give me that assurance that I was doing the right things and first and foremost, making sure that my girl is as happy, confident, and comfortable as possible. She wants to fight and has proven she wants to fight 4 times already, we're here to support her fight!
Lon Patterson about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Best Source of Information About Canine Cancer
Great information ... best source of real-time, broad base, knowledge of canine cancer that I have found. I am currently trying to get detailed, very specific cancer information to supplement the Survival Guide. I believe that with the Survival Guide as an overview and then with additional specific type-of-cancer and individual dog treatment(s) this could be the most outstanding approach and solution to fighting and winning the war on canine cancer. Many cudos to Dr. Dressler for his work to this point-in-time and his continued efforts to achieve this common goal for all of us who love and are working digilently for their pets survival.
Lora about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
I Loved the Book
I loved the book. It helped me greatly. I took what I learned from the book to my vet. I now have a plan of action that I feel very good about. Thank you.
David Bartling about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Well Written and Easy to Understand
Just a few short weeks ago, Max, our German Shepherd, was diagnosed with lymphoma. My wife and I were devasted that our seven year old would be afflicted with this horrible disease. Not wanting to just give up on him, we started doing research via the internet and found several sites offering hope. We watched Dr. Dressler's video and made the decision to order his book. While we know that cancer is a very tough disease, the book has given us great hope that by using the information, we can make more informed decisions with our veterinarian and perhaps lengthen Max's life as well as his quality of life. Very well written and easy to understand.
Susan about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Excellent Source of Information
I found this book to not only be an excellent source of information but a real encouragement & comfort to us over our beloved Penny. She is on the cancer diet & taking lots of supplements. Considering her age & the operation she had she is in wonderful condition. Twelve going on two ! The tumour was completely removed & all her blood tests came back negative. She saw the vet again yesterday & it was commented what wonderful condition she is in. Thank you.
Linda Hubatsekabout The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Highly Recommend to All Dog Lovers
Petra's cancer grew so incredibly fast, that I only had 4 days to get as far through the book as I could (while still having to work 10-12 hr days). In that time, I was able to make some healthy changes to her diet. But what I am most thankful for in this book, is that the 1st few chapters dealt with my emotions and how to help my beloved pet by controlling my emotions. I will be forever thankful that I took the time to thank my Petra for all she gave me! Although my time with her was cut way too short, I was able to to thank her and say goodbye in a way that gave me some peace. I miss her horribly, as her pain got too severe too quick and her entire body became hypersensitive to pain, but I do highly recommend this book to all dog owners.
Sherylabout The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Well Worth the Price
Extremely useful reference including full discussion of traditional and alternative therapies. This booked helped me get up to speed fast as to what treatment options I should be considering and asking vet and oncologist about. Well worth the price.
Valerie Sachsabout The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Helped Me Organize Quickly
The Dog Cancer Survicial Guide helped me to quickly get organized in order to address in a thoughful fashion the devastiing news of cancer in our beautiful dog. There were few warning signs - she is a big, strong, happy dog - so this hit us like a sudden storm in the night. I now feel that we have a process to sort out our options, discuss them with our vet / oncologist in a productive way and also a way to assess non-traditional treatments. This book has provided me with a measure of peace. We are still in the process of addressing treatments, understanding side effects and adjusting to the reality of cancer, but I do not feel that we are going it alone or blindly. Thank you.
M. Shlopsky about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Extra Ten Months of Quality Life
I purchased this book not long after my 14 yr old dog had been diagnosised with cancer and shortly afterly Dr Dressler released his book in the winter of 2009. My little dog was failing fast and I wasn't getting any information about how best to assist her outside pain medication. I did my research and found Dr Dressler's site on line. His philosohpy as well as information about canine cancer inpressed me so I ordered his book. I followed the information he outlined to the letter and as a result was able to give my dog an extra 10 months of quality life. Within a week after starting Dr Dressler's program for dog's with cancer I was able to put aside the doggy stroller and walk my dog again. The folks in our neighbourhood who were used to seeing us go with the dog were amazed with the difference in her. The stroller did not come out again until the last week of her life. I credit this wonderful man's reseach and sharing that reseach with us to the extra 10 months I had with my dog. Dr Dressler also walks the reader sensitively through the process of knowing when it is time to let go and how to do that in a healthy manner. I have recommend his book over and over again.It is easy to read and understand and I know it works from personal experience if it is followed.
Stephen about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Tremendous Help and Comfort
Your book “The Dog Cancer Survival Guide” has been a tremendous help and comfort.
Christina about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Thank You for the Research!
I bought your book and read it all very quickly. Thank you for writing it and doing all the research!
Clou about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Thank You for Fighting!
Dr. Dressler thank you for your book and your fight for our canine friends!
Elena about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Invaluable Source of Information
Your site - and the book - has been an absolutely invaluable source of information. Thank you again.
Timothy M. about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
I just want to thank you for making Dr. Dressler's knowledge and experience in treating dog cancer available to so many people.
Chad S. about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
I purchased a copy of your book which is wonderful. I have been researching supplements for canine cancer for a long time and your book is a great guide.
Sarah S. about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
I have read the book thoroughly and must congratulate you on producing such an in depth publication, for some it will be a savior. No dog owner should be without this book, as it offers so much before Cancer is traced in their pet as well as expert advice in every facet of the condition. I am sure your comprehensive book will help so many people in a similar situation to me and my dog. Thank you for writing this book.
Walter F. about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Care and Comfort
Your book is a superb compilation of both human and animal psychology, and a very detailed approach to the care and comfort of the family pet through the worst encounters for both concerned.”
Margery S. about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
We heartily recommend "The Dog Survival Guide" because it gives you HOPE...we learned so much from this book.
Veronica Evans about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
At this very stressful time it's very easy I felt out of control of things, that there was nothing I could do to help my beloved pet Bella. The book gave me hope that there were things to try so I know I did everything I could and the help with my thoughts was invaluable & calming, I no longer feel like an express train is running off with me.At this very stressful time it's very easy I felt out of control of things, that there was nothing I could do to help my beloved pet Bella. The book gave me hope that there were things to try so I know I did everything I could and the help with my thoughts was invaluable & calming, I no longer feel like an express train is running off with me.
Meghan M about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Helped Me Keep My Sanity
There is so much information available out there about cancer and related treatments, but this Guide manages to compile most of it into one resource that is easy to understand, concise, and updated. When you are hit with the news that your dog has cancer it is overwhelming! So I appreciate that the Guide walked me through so much detail in a short amount of time while allowing me to keep my sanity. I searched the internet for reliable, trustworthy information about dog cancer and treatments, from traditional to alternative. This was one of the only places where I could find decent, specific information. One of the most helpful sections is the beginning of the book, which assisted me in calming down and accepting my role as my pet's caregiver.
Joyce Santana about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
The More I Read, the Better I Felt
I downloaded "The Dog Cancer Survival Guide" and the more I read, the better I felt. I am more prepared to help my beloved dog and don't feel frightened or alone...Thank you so much, Dr. Dressler!!!!! I would recommend this book to all dog owners and veterinarian's.
Allie Johnson about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Importance of a Good Mindset!
Dr. Dressler's sensitivity and understanding of the emotional side of going through a cancer diagnosis and treatment with a beloved dog was amazing. I loved the fact that he recognizes the importance of a good mindset and that in order to take care of our dogs, we must first take care of ourselves. The exercises he presented for coping with the emotions and developing a good mindset were wonderful and very helpful. In addition to that, I really appreciated getting an honest take on both conventional and "alternative" therapies from a doctor who uses and accepts both. That made me feel like I was getting straight facts and not spin. Also, Dr. Dressler's description and presentation of research on alternative therapies that have been proved to work really helped me decide which treatments might be best for my dog...Thank you for a terrific book that was worth every penny and more. I will consult it often as I work with my dog in this fight against cancer.
Todd McCuen about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Doable and Detailed
The book covers so many different things that you can try to provide health and comfort that your dog deserves (and you too). The suggestions are doable and are things you can easily get access to in order to provide assistance. This book goes into the detail that your vet just doesn't have time to share with you. It is a great resource.
Shirley about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Beloved Canine Friends
Dr. Dressler's newest book "Dog Cancer Survival: Beyond Surgery, Chemotherapy & Radiation" is great!! It is wonderfully written for the companion dog owner with great information that is easy to find and understand...we do thank Dr. Dressler for his compassion and the time he gives to all of us trying to help our beloved canine friends.
Sandy Smith about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Thank You for Writing This Book
I needed to know more about how I could help my dog get through this trying time and I have found this help in your wonderful book...thank you for writing it and informing all of us so we have the knowledge to help our wonderful pets.
Jeanmarie Gelinas about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Alternative Healing Options
Reading "The Dog Cancer Survival Guide" provided insight into the cancer and alternative healing options to help.
Julian Trevino about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Excellent Read That Brings Light to a Dark Situation
As is likely the case with "you" coming across this guide, I was "numb", confused and upset about my girl's condition. Although I had researched a great deal on the web, I found that there was too much information and no real way to know who to believe. A lot of the information out there seems like "voodoo" and many things I read were contradictary to each other. How could I avoid something and give her something at the same time? To compund my frustration, traditional medicine for the most part seemed anti-holistic, and the natural cures seemed to be anti-modern medicine. Dr. Dressler, a trained veterinarian is unique in his approach. He doesn't count anything out unless there is reason to believe it is ineffective or puts your pet at too much of a risk. This guide clarifies a lot of the questions and uncertainties while giving you a game plan and knowledge to make key decisions and a way to reason through the tough times. An excellent read and helps bring a light to a dark situation!
Franklin about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
THANK YOU DR Dressler for writing such a wonderful book.
Margaret about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Dear Dr. D – Thank you for your book. It has been an incredible compass for moving through the various aspects of this difficult process with my treasure, Smoky Mountain.
Russell about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
I Cannot Begin to Thank You
Dr. Dressler, I recently read your entire book, which has been so helpful that I cannot begin to thank you.
Christina about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Grateful I Found You
Thank you Dr. D, I am very very greatful that I found YOU and bought your book!
Judy about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
May Your Work Continue
Thank you, Dr. Dressler, for your riveted focus on treating cancer in dogs. Your book was so valuable and helped with a number of issues, esp. nutrition and supplements. May your work continue. . . forever!
Melanie about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
This Is the Best!
I have been truly blessed finding this site and getting Dr. D’s book. Of all the research I’ve done and I’ve done a lot, the book and information here is the best!
Donna about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
I’m Truly Grateful
I would also like to tell Dr. Dressler that I’m still reading the book, but it has helped me so much so far and I’m truly grateful to have such a comprehensive guide to help me.
Tracy about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
I have almost finished reading your cancer book. All I can say is bravo…thank you for your research and information.
Millie about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
I Would Have Lost My Dog Much Sooner
I know I would have lost my dog much sooner had it not been for me discovering Dr. Dressler and purchasing his book. The information I learned from it and his regular blogs have been invaluable. I used the book in her treatment and in my preparing myself for letting her go. I can only say thank you to him for sharing his knowledge in his book.
Myrl Graham about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Thanks for Your Wonderful Book
Hi Dr. Dressler - I received your “Dog Cancer Survival Guide” and have jumped right to the diet...thanks for your wonderful book...
Julian about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
I Wasn’t Alone in the Battle
The book is excellent, and although I hope to never need read through it ever again, it brought me comfort when we first learned the diagnosis…helped me divise a game plan…helped me feel that I wasn’t alone in this battle.
Frank about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Extended Her Life
Your book helped me deal with my wgs dog Snowwhite, I was able to extend her life by several weeks...I feel that book of yours was the best doggie investment I ever bought. I still read it from time to time to help my new dog and take good care of her now.
Lisa & Bear about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
I Would Pay Any Price
I am very grateful for the knowledge you share, and the emotional support I gleaned from your book...I passed the book on to my Vet, for them to read and pass on to anyone going through that terrible experience. And God forbid I ever have to go through that again, I would pay just about any price for another copy of your book !!! I’M FOREVER GRATEFUL !!!
Joanne Foley about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
You Have Given Me Hope
Thank you so much for all the information in this book, you have given me hope. I have started Leah on lots of the supplements you recommended and hope to give her as long a remission as possible.
Jackie C. Dias about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
I call for all God's Miracle Blessings to all of you to flood you and your loved ones – forever for your wonderful care of my buddy Tigger! Fat and sassy she is exploring her new home... We have had our former “love fests” and she slept at the foot of my bed in her round fluffy bed! You see all is well thanks to the efforts of all of you! God Bless you forever...
Veronica Whitworth about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
You are an Angel
Thank you for all of the love and support you gave Tommy. Thank you Dr. D for being the angel that you are. You made a very hard situation loving and spiritual.
Cynthia & Jim Lippert about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Spencer Thanks You, Too!
To Dr. Dressler, Just a note to thank each of you for your kindness... You helped to make us feel better about a difficult decision. Spencer thanks you, too!
Tika, Paige & Clark about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Life Long Customer!
Grateful I am for all your love and care for Tika. I wish you all were in California. I would be your life long customer!!!
Anne, Brian & "Kona"Taylor about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
We’re Forever Grateful
Thank you from the heart!... We will be forever grateful... We're thrilled to have one of our family members, Kona, home with us!
Kevin & Suzie McDonough about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Mahalo for calling my mom back and giving her the good advice regarding the removal of my tumor. Everything went well! Thank you Dr. D.
Kim Willenbrink about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Caring Skill and Compassion
Thank you for your caring skill, your compassion... and your wonderful “pet-side manner!”
Meghan and Hercules about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
My Most Favorite Pet
We both really appreciate everything you did for us and for showing so much love and care for my most favorite pet.
Keenan Huschke about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
You Are Appreciated
Thank you for everything you have done for my pets and family. You are much appreciated.
Olive & Ed Kennedyabout The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
We want to thank you... for the tremendous warmth and the caring you put into it. You're all very special people. Thanks for making us feel special too.
Angel Keanabout The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Dear Dr. D - Thanks for making my life “PAWS”itively awesome...
Wendy & Dennisabout The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Many Years Together
Words cannot express my appreciation for all that you do... without your help, we would not have had all the years together with our “best friend.” Thank you for the work you do and for being kind and compassionate.
Amber & Jeff about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Our Home Is Happy Again
Thank you so much for saving the life of our precious baby Theodore. Our home is happy again thanks to you... With much Aloha, Daphne, Keko, Angela, Daniel & Gina... and their humans, Amber & Jeff
Tammy McCarleyabout The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Most In-Depth, Helpful Resource
The Dog Cancer Survival Guide is the most in-depth, and helpful, resource I've found yet to not only learn more about cancer in dogs, but also how to treat it. We're encountering such varied opinions from vets we speak with. The Dog Cancer Survival Guide provides a full picture of the options for our dog and has given us hope beyond the traditional standard of care for our dog. The most important information I got from the book was the Supplements to KILL cancer cells! We wish we lived in Maui right now and that Dr. Dressler were our vet!
Kim, Bully and Nani about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
It's hard to express the depth of my gratitude and how deeply your care and kindness touched my heart and my soul... I “Thank You” from the depths of my heart for caring... With so very much love and appreciation, God Bless you! Much love, Kim, Bully and Nani
Amy Khuns about The Dog Cancer Survival Guidehttp://www.dogcancerbook.com
Loving and Expert Care
Words can not express my gratitude. The loving and expert care provided Maka with more precious time to enjoy his life. Thanks from the bottom of my heart.