Losing a pet to cancer is one of the hardest things a person has to deal with. It's heartbreaking to watch your best friend fade because of something they didn't deserve. You can see the pain in their eyes and you feel helpless against it. I personally have faced this disease twice and both times my furry children fought a hard battle but eventually their little bodies couldn't take it anymore. So no one else has to face this pain, I've put together this blog to help raise money for canine cancer research.
This way there will always be a furry, friendly face on the other end of the leash!


Colorado State University - Animal Cancer Center - Our mission is to improve the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer in pet animals, translating our research and knowledge to also benefit people with cancer. We do this by offering the latest and most advanced diagnostics and treatments in surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy. We attain our mission through an innovative study of cancer, thoughtful and compassionate care, specialized treatment options and procedures.

Rottweiler Health Foundation - The Rottweiler Health Foundation was established by the American Rottweiler Club in 1998 as a free standing charitable organization with the objective of improving the health status of the Rottweiler. It is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) Public Benefit Corporation. The mission of the RHF is facilitated by officers and directors on a strictly volunteer basis.

RHF raises money through membership dues, charitable donations from individuals, estates and corporation, fund raising efforts, and memorial contributions. It then makes grants to worthy projects which will benefit dogs in general and the Rottweiler in particular.

High Plains Veterinary Hospital - At High Plains Colorado Springs Veterinary clinic we provide high quality veterinary care for your pets. Our top rated Colorado Springs veterinarians offer internal medicine, surgical, dental, wellness, and geriatric care for dogs, cats, and exotic small mammals. More importantly our Colorado Springs vets want to work with you to provide the best care possible for your furry family members.

HOURS M-F 7:30 am to 6:30 pm ; Sat 9am to 12 noon

Dr. Anne Pierce
High Plains Veterinary Hospital
4007 Tutt Boulevard
Colorado Springs, CO 80922
Phone: 719-574-8920
Fax: 719-574-8936