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Help Gabby & Bridget Fight Pet Cancer

On June 22nd, 2014, Gabby and Bridget have promised to walk five miles to help the Morris Animal Foundation fight pet cancer! You can sponsor them at http://support.morrisanimalfoundation.org/goto/Gabby Or sign up to walk yourself at http://unitetofight.morrisanimalfoundation.org/walk.php

On June 22nd, 2014, Gabby and Bridget have promised to walk five miles to help the Morris Animal Foundation fight pet cancer! You can sponsor them at http://support.morrisanimalfoundation.org/goto/Gabby Or sign up to walk yourself at http://unitetofight.morrisanimalfoundation.org/walk.php

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Unite to Fight Pet Cancer with Jonathan Goldsmith

Join the man who portrays the most interesting man in the world Jonathan Goldsmith in Uniting to Fight Pet Cancer through Morris Animal Foundation's Virtual Pet Walk

Join the man who portrays the most interesting man in the world Jonathan Goldsmith in Uniting to Fight Pet Cancer through Morris Animal Foundation's Virtual Pet Walk

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Scott Shannon K9K - Dog Walk for Pet Cancer

Packing Protons Original: Check out all the Pooches that came out to help raise funds to cure pet Cancer

Packing Protons Original: Check out all the Pooches that came out to help raise funds to cure pet Cancer

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Fourth Annual West Coast VPI K9K Pet Cancer Awareness Walk

For the fourth consecutive year, Veterinary Pet Insurance helped lead the charge in raising awareness of the nation's number one disease-related killer of dogs and cats with a fun-filled 3K (1.8 miles) walk for both people and their pets. This year's K9K took participants along a picturesque trail through the Rainbow Harbor boardwalk and Shoreline Village Lighthouse Peninsula area in Downtown Long Beach, California. http://www.petinsurance.com/cancer.aspx

For the fourth consecutive year, Veterinary Pet Insurance helped lead the charge in raising awareness of the nation's number one disease-related killer of dogs and cats with a fun-filled 3K (1.8 miles) walk for both people and their pets. This year's K9K took participants along a picturesque trail through the Rainbow Harbor boardwalk and Shoreline Village Lighthouse Peninsula area in Downtown Long Beach, California. http://www.petinsurance.com/cancer.aspx

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VPI Dog Walk Raises Awareness of Dog Cancer in Long Beach

VPI Pet Insurance is holding the annual dog walk to raise awareness of dog cancer and pet cancer in Long Beach California. At last years dog walk , VPI had In and Out Burgers serving the best dog treats ever to the dog walk participants. You can help raise awareness of dog cancer and pet cancer, check out the VPI web site for the date of this years dog walk in Long Beach. Critter Coolers provided the clean, cool dog water to wash down those burgers.

VPI Pet Insurance is holding the annual dog walk to raise awareness of dog cancer and pet cancer in Long Beach California. At last years dog walk , VPI had In and Out Burgers serving the best dog treats ever to the dog walk participants. You can help raise awareness of dog cancer and pet cancer, check out the VPI web site for the date of this years dog walk in Long Beach. Critter Coolers provided the clean, cool dog water to wash down those burgers.

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Morris Animal Foundation Cancer Walk Support Video

Please help support my personal campaign in the fight against pet cancer! http://support.morrisanimalfoundation.org/site/TR?px=1006261&fr_id=1410&... You can join the virtual walk Sunday June 22, 2014 Song: Change Artist: Carrie Underwood

Please help support my personal campaign in the fight against pet cancer! http://support.morrisanimalfoundation.org/site/TR?px=1006261&fr_id=1410&... You can join the virtual walk Sunday June 22, 2014 Song: Change Artist: Carrie Underwood

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Walk Raises Money to Fight Dog and Human Cancer - John Dunn

November 4, 2012      It is a deadly disease for both humans and animals.Pet owners come together to fight back against cancer. They're walking to raise money...one foot, and one paw at a time.Five year old Ansley McLaurin of Hendersonville has faced challenges in her young life."Ansley was diagnosed with Pleuropulmonary Blastoma in December 2009," says mother Amy McLaurin.Ansley is cancer survivor and now that's she well again, her family is helping others."We're here trying to help raise awareness for cancer research whether canine or children or adult in any way that we can," say Amy McLaurin.At Centennial Park dog owners are gathering to fight canine cancer.    The disease not only threatens humans, but also pets.    Renee McGee lost her golden retriever."And it was the worst thing to see her get sick and sick and not be able to do anything.  So that's why I'm here to honor, and to say I remember Buffy, and to say this is important," says McGee.This is one of 40 Puppy Up! Walks being held around the country.   It's organized by the non-profit 2 Million Dogs.   The goal is to raise money for comparative oncology research, which is the study of cancer in pets to better understand and treat human cancer."If we can figure out why one species develops cancer, how to prevent it, and how to treat it, and how to cure it, we have a connection to the other species," says coordinator Sheila Ranks.A dog named Ingrid served as grand marshal for the two mile walk. She lost a leg to cancer over a year ago."It was a big surprise to us to find out what a serious problem it is for dogs," says Ingrid's owner Sterling Whitaker.The goal is to fund research that will one day put an end to cancer for dogs, adults, and children."In any way we can give back to other families on a road that we've traveled, than we would certainly like to do that," says Amy McLaurin.Organizers raised more than ,500 for comparative oncology research. They're hoping to raise 0,000 in Nashville before the end of the year.For news updates follow John Dunn on twitter @WZTVJohnDunn

November 4, 2012      It is a deadly disease for both humans and animals.Pet owners come together to fight back against cancer. They're walking to raise money...one foot, and one paw at a time.Five year old Ansley McLaurin of Hendersonville has faced challenges in her young life."Ansley was diagnosed with Pleuropulmonary Blastoma in December 2009," says mother Amy McLaurin.Ansley is cancer survivor and now that's she well again, her family is helping others."We're here trying to help raise awareness for cancer research whether canine or children or adult in any way that we can," say Amy McLaurin.At Centennial Park dog owners are gathering to fight canine cancer.    The disease not only threatens humans, but also pets.    Renee McGee lost her golden retriever."And it was the worst thing to see her get sick and sick and not be able to do anything.  So that's why I'm here to honor, and to say I remember Buffy, and to say this is important," says McGee.This is one of 40 Puppy Up! Walks being held around the country.   It's

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