Cancer Canine Awareness: Pet Trust – the dogs singing video

November 16, 2013 by · 2 Comments 

Cancer can affect all living creatures. 25% of dogs die of a cancer related illness. If you didn’t know this Pet Trust wants you to know.

Pet Trust is a Canadian charitable fund, based out of Toronto, dedicated to enhancing the health and well-being of dogs and cats. Pet Trust created the “Keep Cancer on a Leash” campaign to raise awareness of animal cancer. Monies donated to the campaign also go for the treatment of dogs and cats with cancer at the Ontario Veterinary College Mona Campbell Animal Cancer Centre at the University of Guelph.

If you haven’t seen the video “We Could Be Heros” from Pet Trust here it is –

The cool thing about this video is that you can put your own dog in the video. Click on the link on Pet Trust’s website that says “Put Your Pet In The Video” – upload up to 3 photos and your email address and your video link will be sent to you.

Do not forget to donate! In fact go right now to Pet Trust’s Keep Cancer on a Leash website and donate what you can.

About Dr Daniel Beatty
An Infopreneur with a Veterinary Medicine degree.

  • inthenorth

    Absolutely LOVE it! I had two cats both live to very old ages, but eventually developed cancer. One of my two dogs had mouth cancer removed. I hope research can find the triggers for these. Seems awfully odd for the cancer rate to be so high. Makes me question what we are feeding them.

  • Thanks! I agree it makes one go hmmm, what is the reason?