Our mission is to assist other veterinarians in providing the highest possible quality of life for pets with cancer and their human families, by making evidence- and compassion-based recommendations for their care and providing educational materials.
We are ACVIM board-certified veterinary oncologists, providing remote consultations to veterinarians located anywhere, by phone, fax, or email, when they are caring for a pet with cancer. Our consultations include information on the biology and behaviour of the particular type of cancer as well as recommendations for the diagnostic and therapeutic approach. When needed, we can also provide veterinarians with educational materials to give to the owner-caregiver of the pet.
Our recommendations and educational materials are based on the knowledge gained in our specialty training, over 30 years of combined experience in treating pets with cancer, and the latest information published in the scientific literature, combined with our genuine concern for the well-being of each individual veterinary cancer patient and his or her human family.
Antony S Moore
BVSc, MVSc, Diplomate ACVIM (Oncology)
Dr. Tony Moore trained as a veterinarian at the University of Sydney, Australia obtaining his degree (BVSc) in 1980. After completing an internship at the same institution, he worked in practice in Sydney for 5 years and completed a Master's degree in feline haematology. At this time he found immense satisfaction in helping improve the life of pets with terminal diseases, but realized he needed further training to give the best support to his patients and their caregivers. He emigrated to the USA, and trained at University of California, Davis in medical oncology. In 1988, he accepted a position at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine and saw the oncology program grow both in size and reputation. He is particularly proud of the 10 oncology residents he has helped train, many of whom direct oncology programs at veterinary schools across the USA. Tony's special interest is the epidemiology of cancer as it relates to companion animals.
VMD, Diplomate ACVIM (Oncology)
Dr. Angela Frimberger graduated from the University of Connecticut in 1986 and the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1990. She completed her Residency in Oncology at Tufts University in 1995 and remained as adjunct faculty until 2003. In 2000 she completed a research fellowship in bone marrow biology and transplantation at the University of Massachusetts Cancer Center. She treats all medical cancer problems in animals, however her area of focus is bone marrow transplantation-based treatments. Angela hopes to significantly improve remission and cure rates for animals with cancer while still keeping quality of life as the top priority.