The Canines-N-Kids Foundation is working to put an end to the cancers children and our canine best friends BOTH develop - devastating cancers including bone and brain cancer, lymphoma and leukemia.
Join us and help "CRUSH CANCER AT BOTH ENDS OF THE LEASH"!
Scout, beloved Super Bowl ad star and canine ambassador for WeatherTech, sadly has crossed the Rainbow Bridge after a brave and public battle against cancer. Scout will be dearly missed, but his legacy will live on in our resolve to fight on. Read more of his touching Tribute
Bring comfort and a smile to kids entering cancer treatment! Your $30 donation brings a beautiful children's book, "We'll Get Through This Together" & cuddly stuffed lab to get kids through the scary, sometimes lonely treatment journey. Book also available separately for purchase in the CnK Store, and via Amazon as a physical and e-book.
The second Paws for a Cure Research Symposium will take place virtually, as a co-presentation with Merck, and in partnership with Labroots, a world leader in virtual scientific and medical events. We are honored to have as our TItle Sponsors Petco Foundaiton in partnership with Blue Buffalo Foundation. The Virtual Event will be free of charge, September 29-30 (1:00-5:00PM Eastern) and will feature many of the world's leaders in childhood and canine cancer. Stay updated on our amazing speakers and register at www.pawsforacuresymposium.com
Project Hearts & Tails works directly with hospitals to provide support packages meant to bring comfort and hope to young cancer patients. Within each package is a copy of a beautiful children’s book written by Canines-N-Kids’ founder Ulrike Szalay, called “We’ll Get Through This Together,” as well as a black Labrador plush toy friend.
Since social distancing means therapy dogs can't visit many hospitals, a heartwarming new initiative aims to support children fighting cancer with a cuddly stuffed animal and book to read.
CHANTILLY, Va. (WDVM) — Many of today’s cancer treatment drugs are developed for adults, but 16,000 kids are diagnosed with cancer each year. Six million canines are diagnosed with cancer every year, and Canines-N-Kids President Ulrike Szalay says some scientific studies have shown that kids and dogs have similar experiences with the disease.
Donate Project Hearts and Tails care packages online for $30 at caninesnkids.org.
Canines-N-Kids Foundation is a recognized 501c3 public charity. Our Federal Tax ID is 81-2768684
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