Date(s) - November 16, 2022 - December 31, 2022
Each November, we launch a bone cancer awareness and fundraising campaign called Holiday Bone Treats.
This campaign highlights osteosarcoma, which accounts for approximately 5% of all canine tumors, but is by far the most common bone tumor found in dogs. It is a malignant tumor of the bone and can develop in any bone, but most often occurs in bones bordering the shoulder, wrist and knee.
The “rein-dog” displays are a visual reminder that November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month; they also serve as a conversation piece and educational visual aid while clients are checking in and out at the veterinary reception desk, or they can be hand-delivered to clients checking out curbside. The wooden “rein-dogs” are in the shape of our famous mini steel pups, and they are decorated with bells and antlers to signify the festive season.
If you’re interested in participating in the Holiday Bone Treats campaign, email firstname.lastname@example.org.