• CSU Veterinarians Help Bring Groundbreaking Cancer Drug to Market

    Through its clinical trials for animal patients, Colorado State University helped prove the usefulness of the first drug approved by the FDA for treatment of canine lymphoma, a breakthrough in veterinary oncology that promises new hope for pet dogs with this common type of cancer. “Across the board, we saw

  • Spirulina Helps with Pet Allergies

    FEED SPIRULINA TO YOUR PET FIRST AND THEN YOURSELF! Allergic reactions can come from an unbalanced immune system. In animal studies, spirulina has been shown to have very positive effects on the immune system therefore reducing the incidence of allergies. Similarly, a study conducted on cats found that Spirulina improves

  • How Treating Cancer in Canines Is Advancing Human Medicine

    Veterinary treatment is impacting the process for developing human treatments. By Cheryl London | Contributor Oct. 6, 2016, at 6:00 a.m. As too many dog owners know, cancer afflicts canines as often as it afflicts us. For some cancers, dogs are actually more likely to get the disease than people.

  • Medical Marijuana for Dogs

    A day before a scheduled vet appointment to euthanize her dog, Wendy Mansfield decided to try one last resort to alleviate the chronic pain of her 15-year-old labrador mix: cookies from a marijuana dispensary made specifically for ailing dogs.  Kali, a mild-mannered 80-pound rescue, was never much of a complainer.

  • RCF at Nashville Humane Association’s Dog Day Event!

    We had a great time at the September 2016 Nashville Humane Association Dog Day event in Nashville’s Centennial Park last month. It was the first introduction of our “Memorial Banners” – eight foot white fabric panels that we asked people to sign or draw pictures commemorating a pet with cancer.