The Fight Against Canine Cancer

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According to veterinarians Canine Cancer is on the rise because dogs are living longer.  Aside from treatments like surgery, radiation and chemotherapy the National Canine Cancer Foundation is helping dogs fight the disease by raising money and awareness through their Annual Bark and Bowl event.  PHL17’s Zachery Lashway introduces us to sweet Charlotte, an American Cocker Spaniel who suffers from oral melonoma.

If you’d like to help support the fight against Canine Cancer, join the foundation at Pinsetter Bar and Bowl in Merchantville, NJ this Friday, March 15 from 7-10pm.  For more information, visit