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Moose's March Webinar on Pet Cancer Detection - November 3

Support Moose's March for November Pet Cancer Awareness Month on Giving Tuesday, November 29

Tricia Montgomery, Founder of Moose's March, emphasizes the significance of this initiative memorialising her late Pit Bull Moose, who died of cancer in 2022.

Tricia adopted her Pit Bull, Moose, who was rescued from being chained outside with no water or food. He was an underdog and a hot mess: heartworm positive, ribs protruding, legs splayed, and paws all crooked. But one look from Tricia, and it was love at first sight.

Sadly, Moose's journey was cut short as he lost his battle with Stage 4 Lymphoma just two years later. His passing left a void that words can hardly capture. 

It was as if a ray of sunshine had disappeared from Tricia's world, leaving behind a profound darkness. It's in the face of such loss that Moose’s March was born, a testament to Moose's brave spirit, ensuring that his memory lives on to help other pets and their families, especially those who can barely afford care.

While no one can ever truly express the depth of love, devotion, and gratitude for their pet, this is Tricia’s way of perpetuating Moose's memory and his legacy. 

Her mission is to stand beside those who are touched by the harsh reality of pet cancer, offering support and education on the crucial importance of early detection while providing comfort to pets and their loving parents.

Moose's March, announced its participation in Giving Tuesday, taking place on November 29. This campaign aligns perfectly with November Pet Cancer Awareness Month, highlighting the urgency of their mission.

Moose's March
has set an ambitious fund goal of $100,000 for this Giving Tuesday. Thanks to the incredible generosity of anonymous donors, Moose's March has already received a generous gift of $31,000. 

The best part? Any contribution by November 15 will double the impact, effectively matching this gift.

This Giving Tuesday, they call upon pet lovers, animal enthusiasts, and everyone who cares about the well-being of pets to join them in this collective effort to combat pet cancer. The support will enable them to provide essential resources and support to pets in need.

"Empowering pet parents with knowledge is at the heart of our mission. This Giving Tuesday, let's unite and take charge of pet health by making a lasting impact on the lives of pets and their owners." 

To donate or learn more about Moose's March and Giving Tuesday, visit their website.

On Friday November 3rd, 2023 at 10:00am in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Moose's March will host an engaging and empowering webinar called "Let’s Talk About Pet Cancer" on Early Pet Cancer Detection. 
This seminar is open to everyone and free of charge.

To register for the event, visit this link.

About Moose’s March:

Moose’s March is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about early cancer detection in pets and providing support to pets and their owners in need. The campaign is inspired by Moose Montgomery, who passed away from Stage 4 Lymphoma in May 2022. Moose's March provides education and resources for the early detection of pet cancer and much needed assistance for those who can least afford treatment. 

For more information about Moose's March and to get involved, please visit

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