42 Rules to Fight Dog Cancer (2nd Edition): Real Stories and Practical Approaches to Dealing with Dog Cancer
Author: Aimee Quemuel
Format: Kindle eBook
Number Of Pages: 148
Publisher: Super Star Press
Details: You just heard the words no dog owner ever wants to hear ... your dog has cancer. Suddenly you are faced with making a frenzy of life and death decisions for your beloved friend, while fighting back the tears. Should I do chemo? What about holistic medicine? What about surgery? Do I change his diet? Organic or medicinal? Should I euthanize?
Experts predict that half of all dogs will get some type of cancer in their lifetimes with 80 percent of dogs over the age of 10 dying from the disease. The grim statistics go on and on. But the good news is that for every dog that passes away, there are thousands of stories of survival yet to be told.
"42 Rules to Fight Dog Cancer" is a compilation of real stories, told by real people about their successful battle against dog cancer. The book is rooted in the thought that through the collective knowledge of dog owners everywhere, we will be closer to eradicating this disease. Filled with concrete tips that you can start using immediately, 100% of the author's proceeds will be donated to dog-related causes.
Aimee Quemuel is an avid animal advocate and founder of Chef Dog Cody, offering freshly prepared dog food. The "mamma" of two Golden Retrievers, Cody and CJ, Aimee created Chef Dog Cody after Cody was diagnosed with an incurable cancer, hemangiosarcoma. With tumors in his liver, spleen and heart, Cody was given the grim prognosis of just a few weeks to live. Aimee was devastated, but could not let Cody go without a fight. After extensive research, her first step was to change his diet. Unable to find freshly prepared, organic food critical to Cody's fight against cancer, Aimee started making Cody a "cancer-fighting" diet along with an arsenal of herbs and supplements. Cody thrived on his new diet and long story short, survived 17 months post his diagnosis -- with the tumors in his heart and liver going completely into remission. His vets were amazed and coined him a miracle dog.