Meet FETCH a Cure’s Companions in Crisis…

The Companions in Crisis fund provides financial assistance to families unable to bear the cost of the life-saving treatments for their pets that have been diagnosed with cancer. This program strives to provide pet owners with a sense of hope when facing a cancer diagnosis.

Whether it’s two months or two years, the additional time to spend with one of your best friends is something to be treasured. FETCH a Cure hopes to give you the gift of time with your beloved pet.

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Raisin, Age 10

Diagnosis: Adenocarcinoma

Treatment Plan: Surgery & Chemotherapy

Raisin is a 11 year old female mixed breed. She loves swimming and playing in the water.  Raisin was diagnosed in March of 2014 with anal gland adenocarcinoma. She had surgery to have the tumor removed. She is currently receiving chemotherapy and is doing well. FETCH a Cure was able to provide financial assistance for Raisin’s surgery and her chemotherapy.


Joey, Age 11

Diagnosis: Thyroid Carcinoma

Treatment Plan: Surgery & Chemotherapy

Joey is an eleven-year old beagle with thyroid carcinoma. His owner, Sonja, said that his obsession with food led to the discovery of the thyroid mass, as she had to take him to the vet after he devoured a leather boot! Joey had surgery to remove the mass and now he is being treated with chemotherapy with help from FETCH a Cure.


Belle, Age 3

Diagnosis: Lymphoma

Treatment Plan: Chemotherapy

Belle is only three years old. She is a mixed breed and has one brown eye and one blue eye. She was recently diagnosed with lymphoma. She is being treated with injectable chemotherapy and her prognosis is great. Her owner, Frank, came to FETCH a Cure for financial assistance with Belle’s treatment. He calls her his best friend and is willing to whatever it takes in order to spend as much time with her as possible.

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Ralph, Age 7

Diagnosis: Lymphoma

Treatment Plan: Chemotherapy

Ralph is a seven-year old beagle mix with lymphoma. Ralph was adopted by Dennis and Olivia after he spent the first four and a half years of his life chained up outside with about 40 other dogs. Dennis and Olivia were determined to give Ralph as much time as possible with treatment since he has brought them so much love and joy. FETCH a Cure was so happy to be able to help and Ralph is feeling great.


You can help give pets like these more time with their families, please visit to support the Companions in Crisis program!

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