Philanthropic Fund Helps Dog Beat Cancer

Scruffy, an 11-year-old male Australian shepherd mix, was successfully treated with radiation therapy at the UC Davis veterinary hospital for his nasal mass.

Celebrating A Decade Cancer Free

Tiddles was a 4-year-old Papillon when he was diagnosed in 2011 with a brain tumor. His referring veterinarian gave him approximately 2 months to live. Other documented cases showed that, even with innovative treatments, he would probably not survive more than a year or two. But thanks to research, equipment, and treatments made possible by the donors to the Center for Companion Animal Health, Tiddles beat the odds. He recently turned 15 and is celebrating a decade of being cancer free.

New Clinical Trials Leadership at UC Davis

The Veterinary Center for Clinical Trials at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine welcomes Drs. Krystle Reagan, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM) and Robert Rebhun, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (Oncology) as new co-directors of the center.