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Happy Sunday evening everyone! 

How many of you are dressing up your furry babies for Hallowe'en this year? 

What are your favorite costume ideas? Share them here!
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Did you know we are doing TWO walks here in New Mexico this year! 
Yup, that's right! 
Please join us for our Walk to End Cancer on Sunday, November 4th in the beautiful village of Edgewood, NM!
http://www.edgewoodchambernm.com/about.php
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Next week is already Thanksgiving! 

Below are the top 5 tips to keep your pet safe and happy this holiday; 

1. Fatty Foods:  Too many fatty, rich, or unfamiliar foods can give your pet pancreatitis or gastroenteritis; two medical conditions that can be very painful and even life-threatening.

2. Diet and Exercise:  Maintain your pet's regular meal and exercise schedule and avoid too many holiday leftovers. A disruption in his dietary routine can cause stomach upset, diarrhea and/or vomiting.

3. Bones:  Make no bones about it. Certain bones can lacerate or obstruct your pets' insides. Save the bones for the broth - not your dog.

4. Onions:  Onions and onion powder, widely found in stuffing and used as a general seasoning, will destroy your dog or cat's red blood cells, which can lead to anemia.

5. Grapes and Raisins:  Grapes and raisins contain a toxin that can cause kidney damage to both dogs and cats.

Visit http://www.animalleague.org/expert-advice/health/articles/seasonal/thanksgiving-tips.html

for the remaining 5 tips on keeping your pets happy and healthy this Thanksgiving!

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Can't join us in Edgewood tomorrow? No problem! :) You can still help us by donating to our cause!

http://puppyupedgewood.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1033487

Did you know? Osteosarcoma, the most common bone cancer of large and giant breed dogs, closely resembles the osteosarcoma in teenagers in its skeletal location and aggressiveness? 

2 Million Dogs donates money to Comparative Oncology, benefiting both humans and dogs in their fight against cancer. 

Donate today and join us in our Fight to End Cancer. 

Thank you! 
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Tomorrow is our Walk to End Cancer!! 
We are looking forward to a good turn-out and are excited to see everyone there! 

Below is the link to the site to both register for the walk, but also to donate money to the cause, you don't need to walk to donate! 

Thanks so much for everyone's support, every bit helps. 

http://puppyupedgewood.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1033487
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If you are in Edgewood, NM on Sunday, November 4th, won't you join us? 
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2 Million Dogs Foundation is committed to discovering the common links between canin and human cancers and the causes of these cancers through comparative oncology research. 
Your direct participation in this Puppy Up! walk provides funding for comparative oncology research. 
Funds raised from the national Puppy Up! walks will help ensure the continuation of research into the causes and prevention of cancer in canines. 
More details will be added soon, so please check back often and SHARE! 
Thank you! 
2012 Puppy Up! New Mexico Walk to End Cancer
Sun, November 4, 2012, 10:00 AM MST
Edgewood

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Cancer Touches Everyone! Walk with us on Sunday, November 4th, 11am in Edgewood, NM to support our efforts benefiting comparative oncology!
http://puppyupedgewood.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1033487
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We know we've shared this info with you already, but we wanted to remind everyone that we are doing a 2nd walk here in New Mexico! Please click on the image below for details and visit our site to register!
Thank you for your support!
http://puppyupedgewood.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1033487
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Cancer. Touches. Everyone
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Dogs Get Cancer Like People, and Hold Clues to Cures
February 15. 2012

"Researchers hoping to develop a promising new approach to treating cancer in people are trying it in another group: pet dogs.

The aim of personalized medicine is to design an optimum cancer therapy after analyzing genes in a patient's tumor. Dogs, which have strong genetic similarities with humans, get many of the same types of cancers as people and have similar responses to cancer-fighting drugs. When diagnosed, dogs often have a shorter survival time than humans, allowing researchers to see if a drug is making a difference in a shorter period."

Read more at The Wall Street Journal Online