Hi, my name is Ted Schneck. I'm the author of the book "Fighting Canine Cancer," and the creator of this Dog Cancer Care Forum. Welcome. My personal experience with dog cancer began in 2006, when my dog Marty (the "Wonderdog") was diagnosed with cancer. At the time, his regular vet told me that the cancer was far advanced and that nothing could be done to help. She told me to take him home, love him, and wait for him to die within 3 months (or 6 months, perhaps, if we put him through thousands of dollars worth of painful and uncomfortable radiation treatments). Since you're here, I'm sure you've received similar bad news - so I don't have to tell you how shocking and sad it was for me. But instead of resigning myself to Marty's "death sentence," I began to frantically search for answers that would help. I made it my MISSION to learn everything I could about curing dog cancer, so I could help Marty win his cancer battle. And luckily for us both, I discovered some amazing teachers and vets, who showed us a whole new world of dog cancer care - one that most people (and even many vets) don't know exists. Together, we were able to blow past Marty's original "expiration date" (5 times over) and share the next 17 full months together. These were good times, happy times. And best of all, I never had to put him through the struggles of radiation, or chemo, or any of the conventional dog cancer treatments the vets recommended. Instead we used all natural remedies to cheat death for way longer than anyone (except Marty or me) believed possible. And throughout that time together ("bonus time," I call it), we were out in the back yard playing Frisbee - the thing he loved to do the most - and he was happy, strong, and very much alive. We did so well with Marty's cancer care, that soon I started getting calls from friends and other people fighting dog cancer, wanting to know what we were doing to be so successful. And for a while I'd spend hours with them on the phone, explaining to them all the details of everything we were doing. Until, one day, a friend warned that there just wasn't enough time to tell everyone this information one-on-one, and suggested that I write everything I'd learned down in a book instead. That's how I created my "Fighting Canine Cancer" book -- and the VIP members website, 15 additional dog cancer fighting bonuses, and 6 hours of live expert audio interviews, etc., that go with it. My goal from the start was to share everything I've learned over the years to help dog owners fight to save their dog from cancer -- and create the "One-Stop Dog Cancer Resource" I wish had existed when Marty and I first started down this healing path. And it's why I've created this Dog Cancer Care Forum -- so dog owners have a place where they can come together to share information and find support as they work to save their dogs. I hope the information you find here helps you and your dog in this fight against dog cancer - and that Marty can live on through each and every dog that lives longer as a result. And, as always, please let me know if there is ever anything I can do to help. Warmly, Ted Schneck Author of the book "Fighting Canine Cancer" and founder of "The Dog Cancer Support Group"