"Hope resides here." - Russell Lee
oncology client at the WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital
The oncology service at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, together with surgery, internal medicine, neurology, and radiology services, is committed to unmatched cancer care for companion animals.
Diagnosing and treating a pet with cancer involves a team of specialists including oncologists, internal medicine veterinarians, clinical pathologists, surgeons, and radiologists. At WSU, veterinary students in training are also part of the team caring for your pet.
Follow the links at the left for information about the diagnosis and treatment of cancer in animals as well as information about the oncology service at WSU.
It’s not often one gets to cure Booda
Without radiation therapy, Booda would very likely not be here to bark about it. Liz and Frank Wallace’s six-pack of wiener dogs would’ve been down to five.
‘I can’t lose him, not yet’
At first, Mocha stopped eating. Then, his owner Sheila Evans realized he couldn’t see his food and he started to drag the paws on his left side.
WSU begins study examining human cancer treatment in dogs
Washington State University veterinarians are investigating whether a drug used to treat breast cancer in humans could be used to treat one of the most common forms of cancer in dogs.
Giving Zsa Zsa a little more life
Paula Buchert is confident that radiation treatment at Washington State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital extended the life of one of her best friends—an Angora rabbit, named Zsa Zsa.