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Dogs Sing for a Cure in New Charity Ad (Video)

The Ontario Veterinary College Pet Trust Fund has just created one of the cutest public service announcements we have seen in awhile. The video aims to raise awareness about canine cancer through a medley of adorable singing dogs.

According to Pet Trust’s website, “Cancer takes the lives of 1 in 4 dogs and 1 in 8 cats.” The Keep Cancer on a Leash campaign was created in part to help fund the treatment of dogs and cats with cancer at the Ontario Veterinary College Mona Campbell Animal Center at the University of Guelph. This facility is one of only a handful in Canada and the United States that do this kind of work.

Animal cancer is treated in similar ways to human cancer with a variety of methods including surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and immunotherapy, along with general pain management. Clinics like the Pet Trust fund are doing great work in advancing the field of animal cancer treatments.

For many people, pets are a member of our family and we want them to live long, happy, and healthy lives. Enjoy this sweet video and give your favorite animal a big hug!

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12 comments on “Dogs Sing for a Cure in Cute New Charity Ad (VIDEO)”

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Karen Flanigan
4 Years Ago

One of the many reasons we started feeding out dogs and cats a raw diet. It's been very beneficial in many ways.

Stephen Weiss
4 Years Ago

Ironic or clever writing that the Pitbull starts rapping?

Jessica Jennings
4 Years Ago

Carlos Valiente hehehe

Janet Hansen
4 Years Ago

Dogs are dying of cancer for the same reason that people are dying - processed food - full of food additives, GMOs, chemicals, and amazingly enough, even food colouring.(Artificial food coloring is derived from coal tar and petroleum-yum!)

Luisa Cruz
4 Years Ago

Pretty cool!

Cocker Spaniel
4 Years Ago

Not crazy about Purina, but this is a cute video about canine cancer.

Melanie Schrader Ertman
4 Years Ago

Great video!

Mildred van den Broek
4 Years Ago

1 out of 4 dogs dies of cancer? that's because there so much crap in there food

Dawn Douville
26 Nov 2013

That's because of so much inbreeding in dogs from puppy mills and stupid backyard breeders.

Matthew Sikora
26 Nov 2013

No I think it is also the crap food! That is why my dog is on a vegan diet. (unless he hunts and kills something on his own)

LA Reilly
26 Nov 2013

all of the above AND over vaccinated

Stephania Pipinos
27 Nov 2013

Matthew my dog is vegan too! we make her food... the garbage in pet food is just horrid... 1 in 4 are really bad odds...

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