The Shock of First Learning Your Pet has Cancer

First, learning that your cherished pet has cancer can create a flood of emotions that can move the primary focus away from supporting the pet if they are not controlled.

Shock, helplessness, fear, guilt, and anger are all common reactions to the cancer diagnosis. Negative emotions detract from the primary task of gathering as many resources and compiling as much information as possible to make the best decisions for the pet and the pet’s family.

Learn more about resources, information, and emotional support essential in supporting the pet and the family during this all too common condition.

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