VPI's Pet Cancer Awareness Campaign
A National Education and Fund-Raising Effort
In 2012, VPI received nearly 55,000 claims for cancer diagnosis and
treatment in pets - the No. 1 disease-related killer of dogs and cats.
To promote pet cancer awareness and research, VPI hosts two philanthropic
K9K Pet Cancer Awareness Walks each year: one in Denver, Colo., and a
second in Long Beach, Calif.
The 7th Annual Long Beach K9K Pet Cancer Awareness Walk will take place
November 9th and raise funds for the Animal Cancer
Foundation (ACF), a non-profit organization that strives to advance
the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of cancer in pets and people.
The Long Beach VPI K9K Pet Cancer Awareness Walk – November 9, 2013
Veterinary Pet Insurance is leading the charge in raising pet cancer
awareness with a fun-filled 3K (1.8 miles) walk for both people and their
pets. The Long Beach K9K Pet Cancer Awareness Walk carries participants
around the beautiful Shoreline Village Peninsula. Find out more details or register.
Can't make it out to the VPI K9K?
You can still support animal cancer research by visiting the K9K donation page.
Animal Cancer Foundation Bracelets
For cat, bird and exotic pet owners, there's another fantastic way to
support pet cancer treatment research — donate directly to the ACF. For each individual donation you make to this
non-profit organization, you'll receive a free, sporty and flexible ACF
bracelet that boasts to all your philanthropic contribution. Hurry and
donate now; commemorative bracelets are in limited quantity.
K9K Photo Gallery
View our album of photos taken at the 2012 K9K Pet Cancer Awareness Walk.
Want to Learn About Early Warning Signs of Pet Cancer?
Download VPI's Pet Cancer
Prevention Tips (PDF).
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