TOPIC: Patient Care
Pet Quality of Life

Questioning and Assessing Your Pet's Quality of Life

Lisa Hunter, L.S.W., Argus Institute | January 10, 2019

One of the most challenging aspects of caring for a pet involves making decisions for their health and well-being.  These decisions become increasingly difficult when considering quality of life.

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Pet Hospice

Pet Hospice – A Compassionate Choice for End of Life Care

Gail Bishop, B.S., Pet Hospice Advisor and Director of the Argus Institute | October 11, 2018

For most of us, the terminal diagnosis of a beloved pet is fraught with conflicting emotions, overwhelming information and...

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Flint Animal Cancer Center featured on Canadian Television W5

CTV - W5 | February 04, 2019

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Veterinary Oncology

Veterinary Oncology 2019 – Growing to meet the needs of patients and their caretakers.

Dr. Rod Page, D.V.M., Flint Animal Cancer Center Director | December 19, 2018

In the last 30 years, veterinary oncology has developed from an interest group to a multi-specialty, international network of clinical professionals.  In total, there may now be more than 1,000 veterinarians that have achieved a formal credential in either medical oncology, radiation oncology or surgery in the United States.

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canine osteosarcoma

Otis' Journey with Osteosarcoma

Carol Kaune | October 04, 2018

It got too hard. We were supposed to travel to Maine on August 21 for a week with the family on Damariscotta Lake but the days without eating started getting longer and the good days were dwindling in numbers, so we cancelled our trip and headed to the mountains....

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