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May 12, 2016

Cease Canine Cancer Benefit a Great Success!! The National Canine Cancer Foundation

 

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 April 21, 2016…

was Ernie’s birthday. Ernie died in January 2015 of mast cell cancer. This year we celebrated in a beautiful, wonderfully productive way.  Cease Canine Cancer, a newly launched 501c3, exists to raise money for canine cancer research. Stephanie and Bradley, Crate Escape owners, started the non-profit. If you don’t know Ernestine,  check out her page on this website.

The birthday celebration,  held at Crate Escape too in Cambridge, was amazing in so many ways. The theme was pink- the atmosphere was all about friends, deep connections, dedication and generosity.

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This event was the first of many that will be hosted by Cease Canine Cancer. We raised over $10,000. We will keep you up to date!  Donations to Cease Canine Cancer may be made at any Crate Escape.

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THE NATIONAL CANINE CANCER FOUNDATION

EDUCATION, OUTREACH, RESEARCH

The National Canine Cancer Foundation funds are used in eliminating cancer as a major health problem in dogs through education, outreach and research to save lives through prevention, finding cures, better treatments, more accurate cost effective diagnostic methods in dealing with cancer and diminishing dogs suffering from cancer.

Education

One out of every four dogs will get cancer.  To help education and raise awareness for every pet owner we have created one of the most comprehensive canine cancer library including the ten early warning signs of cancer in your pet.

Outreach

Every event the the National Canine Cancer Foundation puts on, every page of our website and every product and email we send out is done to raise awareness of canine cancer and the National Canine Cancer Foundations goal to save dogs lives, educate and reach all dog owners  and find new treatment and cure for canine cancers.

Research

The National Canine Cancer Foundation helps fund universities who are perform cutting edge research toward prevention, finding cures, better treatments, more accurate cost effective diagnostic methods in dealing with cancer and diminishing dogs suffering from cancer.

We are happy to say that we have approved to spend $382,994.72 in 2015 and $308,055 in 2016 in funding research grants.  That will be $691,049 spent on research grants. Also we will spend another $1M over that same period on raising awareness and reaching out to dog owners on how to be proactive in increasing the survival rate of dogs with canine cancer.

 

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