Delivering Difficult News: How to Talk to Pet Parents About Canine Cancer
As veterinarians, our work involves a wide range of emotions. We may experience the joy of treating a sick pet and seeing them recover, but we may also have to deliver the devastating news of a cancer diagnosis. It can be difficult to break such news to pet parents who have a strong emotional bond with their dogs. However, as veterinary healthcare providers, it is our responsibility to help our clients through these tough times.
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