We are Bone Cancer Dogs, Inc.

 

Bone Cancer Dogs, Inc. is a nonprofit public benefit corporation and is not organized for the private gain of any person. It is organized under the Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation Law of the State of New Jersey.

The purposes for which this corporation is organized are to provide education and charitable assistance, specifically:

  • To provide funding to non-profit organizations and/or universities and colleges of veterinary medicine for research related to the curative and palliative treatment of canine osteosarcoma, its prevention and the advancement and use of these findings which may impact the treatment of canine companions.
  • To communicate and share the findings from research related to the curative and palliative treatment of canine osteosarcoma and its prevention.
  • To raise awareness of the curative and palliative treatment of canine osteosarcoma and its prevention.
  • To provide public and professional education regarding the curative and palliative treatment of canine osteosarcoma and its prevention.
  • To provide support and hope to families and their canine companions who have been impacted by canine osteosarcoma.
To view our 501(c)(3) Approval letter please click here.

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Mission Statement

 

Bone Cancer Dogs, Inc. is a 501(c)3 tax exempt, all-volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to funding research, awareness and education of canine bone cancer, while offering hope and support to those who are coping with the disease in their dogs.

We believe that dogs and their families do not have to battle this disease alone.

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Contact Us

 

For all general questions or concerns, please email us at info@bonecancerdogs.org.

President
Treasurer
Ana M. Cilursu, MD
Julie Gall
ana@bonecancerdogs.org
julie@bonecancerdogs.org


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Brochure

 

We encourage you to print and distribute our BCD, Inc. brochure at your vet's office, pet stores, dog shows, animal fairs and animal shelters are all good placement spots.Please make sure to get permission before placing any materials.

The brochure is available in two formats:

Tri-fold
Bi-fold

A Trifold, which will print fine on most home and commercial printers, and a Bifold, which can be used if your home printer prints pages with slightly unequal left/right margins due to "gripper space" (not common, but sometimes happens with older or lower-end printers.) We suggest trying to print the Trifold version first, and if you're not satisfied, then try the Bifold.

Additionally, if you are printing commercially or on a large retail printer and using an automated two-sided process, to ensure that both sides of the brochure are oriented properly, verify that the duplex mode is set to "head to head" or "flip up".

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