This handsome fellow is a Mastiff mix named Raven. Raven and his mom recently moved to San Diego not long after the sad passing of another dog in the family. Raven unexpectedly fell ill and needed an urgent splenectomy. Raven's human friends did their best to help his mom out with his veterinary bills, but … Continue reading Meet FACE Success Story Raven!
Snickers is the fur kid of two members of the military here in San Diego. When he began to show signs of pain and struggled to urinate, his owners took him to the vet’s office, where he was diagnosed with a urinary tract obstruction. Snickers’ owners were experiencing some financial challenges due to reduced work … Continue reading Meet FACE Success Story Snickers!
This little cutie is Apollo! When he began to show signs of pain and have a hard time walking, his mom took him to the vet, where he was diagnosed with a serious spinal condition known as intervertebral disc disease (IVDD). Apollo needed surgery to relieve his pain and help him walk comfortably again. Apollo’s … Continue reading Meet FACE Success Story Apollo
The Nationwide pet insurance company recently published a white paper that analyzed cancer claim data for over 1.6 million dogs between the years 2015 to 2021. What does the analysis reveal about the incidence of cancer in dogs? Here are a few highlights from the study, which focused on the 25 most popular breeds in … Continue reading Analysis of Pet Insurance Claims Shows Canine Cancer Rates
Veterinary health experts at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine are sounding the alarm about excess copper in the canine diet. Dr. Sharon Center, who specializes in liver disease in dogs and cats, says that too much copper in commercial dog food can cause a serious and potentially fatal disease called dietary-induced copper-associated hepatopathy … Continue reading Veterinarians Warn Pet Owners About Dangers of Too Much Copper in Dog Food