Terry Simons, the well-known and respected dog agility trainer and competitor, received devastating news in 2011. Lymphoma diagnosed Simon's "heart and soul" dog, Reveille, with Lymphoma. Terry did everything he could for Reveille as an educated dog owner. However, he soon discovered how difficult to find options and treatments could be. Terry Soon, Terry was linked with professionals. They aided him in choosing the right path for his beloved companion.
Reveille not only competed in dog agility throughout her recovery, but she thrived. She also had the best agility year of her career. When Terry decided to let Reveille go, he knew he was making the right decision for her. However, grief does strange things. It can destroy, but it can inspire. Reveille inspired Terry's case to establish a foundation. Terry developed CLEAR (Canine Lymphoma Education Awareness and Research), in honor of Reveille's in honor of her sister, Terry. The foundation is dedicated to assisting the public with education, assistance, and study into the devastating disease. Dog owners know their choices, according to Reveille's legacy. They have become empowered advocates for their four-legged family members.
How to celebrate #caninelymphomaawarenessday
In many ways, you can help raise money for canine lymphoma. You will learn how to recognize the signs, how it affects dogs, and what to expect. Many companies are dedicated to researching the disease and improving treatment. You can contribute to their cause or host a fundraiser. All of your efforts help clear the way to care. To post on social media, use the hashtag #CanineLymphomaAwarnessDay.
The national canine awareness day is the first in national canine awareness day
In 2015, Terry Simons founded National Canine Lymphoma Day to spread canine lymphoma news. Reveille, his beloved dog, inspired him to create CLEAR.
Canine Lymphoma Education Awareness and Research supports the organization's efforts to raise canine lymphoma awareness and research. We empower dog owners by education. We're looking for a cure for this crippling disease through research.
My Friend: Changing the Journey (Best Documentary Feature – Los Angeles Film and Music Festival) is about education and awareness, which is included in the award-winning documentary on canine lymphoma, My Friend: Changing the Journey (Best Documentary Feature – Los Angeles Movie Awards and Best Educational Documentary – Bare Bones International Film and Music Festival).