Conventional canine cancer treatment can be expensive. While cost certainly depends on type of treatment selected and the kind of cancer your dog may have, the National Canine Cancer Foundation has found that the “initial evaluation may range from several hundred dollars upward; major surgical procedures will likely range from about $1,500 upward; chemotherapy…may range from several hundred dollars…to several thousand dollars; and radiation therapy will range from approximately $2,000 to $6,000.”
Facing these numbers is daunting to say the least.
But there is a magic bullet.
The Magic Bullet Fund helps pay for cancer treatment for pup parents who can’t afford it.
After an application for financial aid is approved, the dog’s online fundraising campaign is announced at the organization’s website, Facebook page and through email marketing. A news release is issued in the dog’s local town and other fundraising ideas are discussed with the family. Every Magic Bullet dog receives a start to their fundraising month-long campaign thanks to a grant by the organization.
All donations are tax-deductible.