Receiving a pet cancer diagnosis can be devastating for pet owners. If your pet is diagnosed with cancer, Dr. Avey Cancer Vet wants you to know…
Cancer doesn’t have to be a death sentence for your pet. I know you’re confused, scared and unsure of how best to help your beloved pet. The first step is to ask your veterinarian for a referral to a Board Certified Veterinary Oncologist, who has advanced training, certifications and experience equivalent of a human medical oncologist that would help you or a loved one if your family doctor suspected cancer.
Find out more about pet cancer, advanced veterinary care and get support by visiting the websites below.
Dr. Avey Cancer Vet sees pets referred by veterinarians at Veterinary Cancer Group located at the City of Angels Specialty Center in Los Angeles, California. Dr. Avey and the Veterinary Cancer Group is committed to educating pet owners about pet cancer, treatment options and cancer in general. For more information about common types of pet cancer and treatments available visit their Pet Cancer Facts and be sure to ask your veterinarian for a referral to a Veterinary Oncologist who can answer questions specific to your pet.
If your pet is facing an amputation, Dr. Avey recommends that you Join the Community at tripawds to connect with other pet owners and receive support, inspiration and advice from those who know what it’s like to walk in your shoes (and walk a pet on three legs). Dr. Avey Cancer Vet is a frequent expert guest on tripawd talk radio. Listen to Dr. Avey’s episodes and search tripawd talk radio for expert advice on pet cancer and amputation in pets.
Dr. Avey Cancer Vet is a member of the Veterinary Cancer Society. You can search for a Veterinary Oncologist in your area, find information for pet owners, view pet cancer memorials and tributes and learn about advanced treatment options available for pet cancer today by visiting Veterinary Cancer Society.
Dr. Avey Cancer Vet is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). Visit their website to learn about the 22 different types of highly trained Board Certified Veterinary Specialists who can work with your veterinarian to provide advanced veterinary care and treatment for internal medicine, surgery, dermatology, ophthalmology, dentistry, behavior, oncology and many other specialized, advanced services and learn what’s possible in veterinary care for your pet today.
Dr. Avey Cancer Vet is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (DACVIM) and one of the first 150 members and the first African American female Board Certified in Veterinary Medical Oncology. Visit American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine’s (ACVIM) website for information on pet internal medicine diseases and treatment advances, including pet cancer. You can also search for a Veterinary Internal Medicine Specialist, Neurologist, Oncologist or Cardiologist in your area who can work with your family veterinarian to provide advanced treatment options to help your pet.
Dr. Avey proactively promotes One Health Initiative’s mission to unite human and veterinary medicine to save lives. She’s the lead investigator on multiple cooperative research trials that are helping pets and people today who have cancer and inoperable tumors. For more information about clinical research trials that compare diseases and treatment in animals and humans and how they are saving lives, please visit OneHealthInitiative.com
Dr. Avey Cancer Vet is a Board Certified Veterinary Oncologist in Los Angeles, California.
If you wish to discuss your pet’s cancer diagnosis and treatment plan with Dr. Avey, please ask your veterinarian for a referral to Veterinary Cancer Group at City of Angels Veterinary Specialty Center in Los Angeles, CA or call (310) 558-6120. Please note: Dr. Avey Cancer Vet is unable to provide veterinary care or medical advice via the telephone or internet.
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