- About TVCR
- About Pet Cancer
- Register Your Pet
- Clinical Trials
- Friends of TVCR
The Texas Veterinary Cancer Registry (TVCR) is a Texas-based animal care network and registry formed to identify, register, facilitate and promote the medical treatment of pets with cancer. (Read more)
Don’t wait any longer, help others by registering your pet with the TVCR today.
The TVCR will allow animals with naturally-occurring disease to be matched with clinical studies and experimental treatments, which will provide treatment that is helpful to the animal and data that will benefit human research into the same diseases. (Read more)
The Texas Veterinary Cancer Registry aims to advance veterinary cancer research and to create connections between researchers, veterinarians and owners of pets with naturally-occurring disease that could provide the critical data to someday help eliminate cancer as we know it. (Read more)
We pet owners are very conscientious about health – for our pets and ourselves. It’s hard to imagine our pets getting sick, but just like us, it can happen. What’s more, for some illnesses (cancer in particular), humans and their pets can have almost exactly the same diseases.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if there were more treatments that benefit both our pets and ourselves? Wouldn’t it be wonderful if there were more cutting-edge treatments, not only for people but also for the pets in their lives that make every day special?
That is why there is the Texas Veterinary Cancer Registry: to advance medical treatment for the naturally-occurring diseases that affect pets and their humans.
The Texas Veterinary Cancer Registry (TVCR) is a Texas-based animal care network and registry formed to identify, register, facilitate and promote the medical treatment of pets with cancer.
As a joint effort of the CARE Foundation , Baylor University Medical Center (BUMC) at Dallas and the Texas Veterinary Oncology Group, The Texas Veterinary Cancer Registry will advance medical breakthroughs in both animal and human care.