We are dedicated to spreading awareness about pet related causes. Our “Spotlight on a Rescue or Charity“ series, pays tribute and honor animal rescue & shelters, unsung heroes across America dedicated to enriching, saving and nurturing the lives of animals in need. We hope you will champion our cause by barking the word about the importance of pet adoption and donating your time and finances to your local animal shelter or rescue. Be a voice, email us if you know of a deserving animal rescue or charity that should be spotlighted and recognized. November marks National Pet Cancer Awareness Month. We are proud to spotlight “ The National Canine Cancer Foundation” to help bark awareness and find a cure.
About The National Canine Cancer Foundation
Why should you care?
Canine Cancer affects one out of every three dogs. Of those, over half of them will die of cancer. The National Canine Cancer Foundation is asking for your help to fund important research grants that are working towards improving those statistics. Through a major project funded by the National Institute of Health, the mapping of the genome sequence of the dog has been complete. Knowing the mapping of every gene in the dog, gives researchers an advantage not yet achieved in humans.
How can you help The National Canine Cancer Foundation ?
The National Canine Cancer Foundation thanks you for your generous donation. Your donation to their new, “We Are The Cure campaign,” is intended to rally every person who loves dogs to step up the transformation of research into treatments and cures that can soon benefit all dogs fighting for the lives because of Cancer.
This campaign offers you a rare chance to participate in this decisive process. Your support means helping them pay for the development of innovative therapies. It means funding the research that will culminate in a cure for Cancer. The sense of urgency is clear, yet it comes with the hope that they are nearing their goal.
At the National Canine Cancer Foundation their drive to finding a cure, their conviction that “if we all work together, We Are The Cure, for Cancer in dog is not just words—it’s a call to action