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Welcome to the Greyhound Knowledge Forum
The Greyhound-Data Forum has been created to act as a platform for greyhound enthusiasts to share information on this magnificent animal called a greyhound.
Greyhound-Data reserve the right to remove any post that is off topic, advertisements or opinions they consider to be offensive.
The information about greyhound cancers in AU, IE and UK are equally important as bloodlines have gone back and forth between all countries for decades, so posts or forwarding on information should not be limited to US dogs.
If you are unable to update your dog's bereavement message please post the details in this thread and a team member will do the update.
Thank you to all members for taking part and sharing this information.
Catriona Ni Duill Ireland (Verified User) Posts 59 Dogs 1 / Races 0 17 Feb 2019 17:15
That's great news Tony, about time a study was done, over the years I have had different lines carrying the gene. I had a stud dog that had bone cancer and two of his pups got it, one in the brain and the other in his spleen he was only 5 years old.
Tony Gallagher Australia (Team Member) Posts 5007 Dogs 11904 / Races 40188 17 Feb 2019 19:52
Hi Catriona, greyhound people have suspected for years certain lines are more prone to cancer. It will be interesting to see what the study comes up with. Thanks for your input.
Judy Staines United Kingdom (Verified User) Posts 2 Dogs 0 / Races 0 23 Feb 2019 21:10
Bereavement messages? Where do I find these, or write them for my dogs? We've just adopted our 7th greyhound and have lost three to various cancers.
Keith Bowen Australia (Verified User) Posts 6 Dogs 0 / Races 0 10 Apr 2019 08:48
Hello Shelly I have a dog named Jimmy Newob who has just retired. He will be 4 on the 28/5/19 . Since his retirement he developed a lump near the base of his tail. We had it removed but didn't get it tested . He has since grown another one on his forehead . His breeding is Cosmic Rumble x Nosey Rozy. Hope this helps your study. Regards Keith Bowen
Allen Hansen Australia (Verified User) Posts 231 Dogs 6 / Races 0 06 Jul 2019 13:28
I wonder how much is caused by glyphosate from spraying weeds in yards?
Monika Then Bergh Germany (Verified User) Posts 550 Dogs 1 / Races 0 13 Aug 2019 21:59
Anyone please to allow me to update my own dogs? That would be great
Karin Milling Ireland (Verified User) Posts 270 Dogs 38 / Races 2 28 Aug 2019 09:16
Ilse Rasmussen wrote:
Judy, on a dog's pedigree page, open "Edit". You will find the Bereavement Message field below the "Comments" field.
Ilse - that option is not available any more !!! can it be done elsewhere ?
Paul Davis Australia (Verified User) Posts 4 Dogs 0 / Races 0 07 Sep 2019 01:04
Awareness only. Another cancer study in dogs by Pharmaust. I am currently a shareholder of a Bio Company Pharmaust (PAA) on the Australian stock exchange asx. They are about to start stage 2 dog trials with there patented anti cancer drug Monepantel. This drug has already had successful trials in dogs reducing tumors and stabilising cancer. The initial drug was in a syrup form and not palatable enough for dog treatment. New trials start next week with reformulated drug in tablet form, already trialled for pallatability with beagles readily eating tablet from hand with no side effects. If successful, Elanco are in the background with an option agreement for Vetranarian cancer applications. This tablet has also been through testing with Olivia Newton John Foundation with positive results. Successful outcome will lead to Human trials. Not an expert in this area but well worth dog owners knowing that if successful, this drug could be given at home with no high cost radiation treatment.