The Dog Blog

  1. Timmy the Cat’s Story of Survival

    Michelle Raiszadeh has been involved in animal rescue since 2004, focusing on trap-neuter-return, rehab and fostering of homeless cats and kittens. She also is heavily involved in wildlife rescue and rehab. But Michelle’s involvement in animal care doesn’t stop there. She was recently accepted into an accelerated veterinary program at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) […]

  2. Answer to Cancer May Be the Family Dog

    Researchers hope studying dogs with cancer may help in the treatment of children with similar cancers. Veterinary oncologist Dr. Chand Kanna treats pets who have cancer at Oncology Services in Springfield, Virginia. He also spent years at the National Cancer Institute researching the potential links between some cancers which afflict both dogs and children. “So […]

  3. Meet Ranger

    Meet Ranger, a 10 year old Beagle mix from Richmond. Ranger is one of our Companions in Crisis program recipients. Our Companions in Crisis fund helps families pay for lifesaving treatments for pets who have been diagnosed with cancer. Ranger’s story is the reason we do this work. Katie adopted Ranger at the Richmond SPCA her first […]

  4. One Health Company balances improving biomedical research and ethical animal testing

    Courtesy of: MedCityNews One Health Company balances improving biomedical research and ethical animal testing By STEPHANIE BAUM Jul 8, 2017 at 7:47 AM The One Health Company, a contract research organization, understands the strong connection between pets and their owners in more ways than one. It is working to make biomedical research more efficient with a business […]

  5. Chloe’s Story

    Here at FETCH, we love hearing about the lives and the stories of families we are fortunate enough to help through hard times. Chloe and her mom Colleen told us about their lives and their journey through cancer:   Chloe and her litter sister Maggie were spotted at Chesterfield Animal Shelter on June 2, 2001, […]