Does your dog have cancer?

What do you know about...

    - Treatment options

    - Side effects

    - Homecare

    - Diet

    - Supplements


Ask Laurie!



  
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Finding out that your dog has cancer is devastating.

You try to absorb information about the diagnosis and what it means. You are emotionally stressed and completely overwhelmed by this news and, as if that isn't enough, you must quickly make some very important decisions.

There are many variables involved in choosing the right treatment and home care to help a dog fight cancer. Your dog's vet may inform you about treatment options and ask you to choose, or your doctor may simply choose a plan for you. Each dog is different and each cancer is different. You know your dog better than anyone and you can play a role in choosing the treatment plan, diet, and a full home care regimen that works best for your dog and for you.

For a small fee, I offer guidance, support, direction and "brainstorming" service to any one who wants to find the best way to help their dog fight cancer. As administrator of the Magic Bullet Fund and in consultations, I have guided hundreds of families to make these choices and help them be an active participant in their dog's care.

Schedule a session. We'll discuss what the diagnosis means, what treatment options are available and what else you can do to help your dog. I will answer your specific questions and review all of the options with you. I will tell you what I would do if your dog was mine and I will help you decide on the plan of action that will work best for you and your dog.
About Laurie
Laurie is the author of

Help Your Dog Fight Cancer: What Every Caretaker Should Know about Canine Cancer 
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So Easy to Love, So Hard to Lose: A Bridge to Healing Before and After the Loss of a Pet
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Feline and Canine Geriatric Oncology: Honoring the Human-Animal Bond (Co-author)
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Laurie is the founder and administrator of
the Magic Bullet Fund
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Schedule a session
* Do not request a session if you are going to apply to the Magic Bullet Fund for assistance.
  • Click to open Info Form
  • Fill in form, click Submit. When you submit the form, you will be asked to make payment. If you are not asked for payment, click Payment link to the left.
  • When I have received the Info Form and Payment, I will email you the appointment time (from days and times you selected).
  • Fax relevant diagnostic and biopsy reports to me at 914-206-4301
  • I will call you at the phone number on your form, at the agreed upon time.
  • To add 10 minutes to your call click Payment link to the left.
Schedule a follow-up (second) phone call: Open follow up form
Fees


Initial 20-minute phone session including preparation (reading forms and faxes)
$39.95
Additional 10-minute segments at the end of our initial consult, and for all follow up calls about this dog ($15.00 per 10 minutes)
$15.00
Quality of Life Scale
Is your dog in palliative care? This scale will help you monitor your dog's status and help you determine the stage of palliative care.
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