Our Resources

Veterinary Cancer Care is committed to furthering the field of oncology by participating in and initiating clinic trials research. In addition to collecting data on our own patients, Veterinary Cancer Care continually monitors new developments in cancer research. Being informed of the most recent progress in veterinary cancer and innovative methods of managing the disease is of tremendous benefit to our clients.

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  • The Dog Cancer Survival Guide, by Demian Dressler, DVM
  • The Natural Vet’s Guide to Preventing and Treating Cancer in Dogs, by Shawn Messonier, DVM

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Foundation Websites

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Grief Support

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People often ask us to recommend a hotel or restaurant nearby where pets are allowed. Because things change regularly, we suggest checking the following website links to find the most up-to-date information:


Santa Fe:

Elsewhere and Resources:

  • www.petswelcome.com Locate hotels along your travel route that allow pets, as well as other resources you may need while traveling with your pets.
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Lending Resources

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Paying for Cancer Care

Cancer treatment for pets can be expensive, and most people do not have pet insurance. Help is available through numerous foundations that provide grants for care. Many grant funds are open to all, but some are specific for certain breeds, types of cancer, pets of people with disabilities, seniors, or residents of certain states or counties.

The following foundations have been helpful to some of our patients. Please keep in mind that each foundation has its own selection criteria and documentation requirements, and that applicants are required to disclose personal financial information.

If you can recommend other foundations or resources that are not listed below, please let us know so we can share with others in need.

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Pet Sitting/Daycare

For Pets with cancer/special needs:

The following resources below may help you with care for your pet with cancer or other special needs. If you have a link that you would like us to share, please contact us info@vetcancercare.com.

Santa Fe:


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Specialty Pet Food


Los Alamos:

Santa Fe:

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Veterinary Cancer Information

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Veterinary Specialists

Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Centers, LLC
Albuquerque: (505) 884-3433

  • 24-hour emergency center
  • Blood Bank
  • Dermatology
  • Imaging
  • Internal Medicine
  • Ophthalmology
  • Pet Behavior
  • Physical Therapy
  • Surgery

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