Featured In Honor / Memory Of Pets

 

This collection of special pets has been created because individuals have made donations to Paws4Potter in honor of or in memory of pets that have been cancer warriors. If you would like to make a donation in honor or in memory of a special dog or cat that has had (or is currently battling) cancer, please click here.

A picture of Molly at Thompson Park (Watertown, NY), courtesy of Patrick Danforth Photography.

A picture of Molly at Thompson Park (Watertown, NY), courtesy of Patrick Danforth Photography.

“Molly” Rice

Molly was a true K9 cancer warrior and fought valiantly for almost a year with an inoperable tumor affecting her spleen and liver. She lived life to the absolute fullest with her pet parents, Alyson Rice and Patrick Danforth, receiving pain medication and herbal supplements to control her aggressive cancer.

A lovely donation was made to Paws4Potter in memory of Molly by Judy and Michael Geng of Watertown, NY. Half of this donation was redirected to the National Canine Cancer Foundation as part of Potter’s “Friends Are The Cure” fundraising page.

A second beautiful donation was made to Paws4Potter in memory of Molly by Charles and Deborah Yartz.

 
A picture of Dozer with his ball, courtesy of Cortney Skinner.

A picture of Dozer with his ball, courtesy of Cortney Skinner.

“DOZER” Skinner

Dozer will always be remembered as a fun-loving Labrador who enjoyed carrots, playing with his toys, and taking walks. He was very much loved by his family and all those who knew him in his community. His life was cut way too short by a suspected lung tumor; his symptoms began only a week before his diagnosis.

A lovely donation was made to Paws4Potter in memory of Dozer by Judy and Michael Geng of Watertown, NY. Half of this donation was redirected to the National Canine Cancer Foundation as part of Potter’s “Friends Are The Cure” fundraising page.

 
A picture of Mo, courtesy of Dr. Ashley Jones.

A picture of Mo, courtesy of Dr. Ashley Jones.

Mohegan “MO” Jones

Mohegan (“Mo”) Jones was a true K9 cancer warrior and was beloved by everyone lucky enough to know him. He was best buddy to Dr. Ashley Jones and Scott Dawe. He was a well-traveled dog, following his mom and dad on many adventures across the United States. He fought valiantly against nasal cancer.

A lovely donation was made to Paws4Potter in memory of Mo by the staff of Valley Veterinary Clinic (Watertown, NY), which is owned by Mo’s mom, Ashley. Half of this donation was redirected to the National Canine Cancer Foundation as part of Potter’s “Friends Are The Cure” fundraising page.

 
A picture of Greta, photo courtesy of Shelley Graham.

A picture of Greta, photo courtesy of Shelley Graham.

“Greta” Graham

“Greta” was a beautiful and regal Great Dane beloved by everyone who knew her, especially her parents, Shelley and Stuart Graham. Greta was diagnosed with osteosarcoma (a form of bone cancer) in June of 2019, a devastating diagnosis for her parents to hear. Greta enjoyed an additional month with her family while receiving palliative care before she crossed the Rainbow Bridge.

A lovely donation was made to Paws4Potter in memory of Greta by Judy and Michael Geng of Watertown, NY. Half of this donation was redirected to the National Canine Cancer Foundation as part of Potter’s “Friends Are The Cure” fundraising page.