Dr. Sue Ettinger – Oncology

About Sue Ettinger DVM, ACVIM

Dr Sue Ettinger with a yellow Lab

Dr. Sue Ettinger is a practicing veterinary cancer specialist, international speaker, book author, and vlogger (video blogger). She is one of approximately 400 board-certified specialists in medical oncology in North America and currently practices at Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center in Norwalk, Connecticut. She received her veterinary training at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. She completed her residency in medical oncology at the Animal Medical Center in NYC in 2003.

She was voted the 2019 Western Veterinary Conference (WVC) Small Animal Continuing Educator of the Year and has also received the VCA Woof Pack Award awards for Exceptional Doctor Performance and the Public Relations Achievement.

Also known as Dr. Sue Cancer Vet®, Dr. Sue is the co-author of the Second Edition of The Dog Cancer Survival Guide, which is a best-selling book in small animal health for the last several years. She is a frequent contributor to many veterinary publications, including Today’s Veterinary Practice, Today’s Veterinary Business, Clinician’s Brief, Veterinary Team Brief, & DVM360. She also has co-hosted the podcast The Pet Cancer Vet. Dr. Sue is most passionate about raising cancer awareness, and she has developed “See Something, Do Something, Why Wait? Aspirate.®” to promote early cancer detection and diagnosis.

Dr. Sue’s popular Facebook page has over 37,000 fans. She can also be found on Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube helping clients and veterinary professionals deal with cancer in pets.


Presentation Synopsis

1. The ABCs of Early Cancer Detection: Aspirates, Biopsies and Cytology
2. What's New in Cancer Treatment?
3. Tips and Tricks for Lymphoma in Dogs: Cost Conscious Treatment Options
4. Feline GI Lymphoma vs IBD. The Struggle is Real.
5. Cancer Cliff Notes for Dogs: What to tell clients
6. Cancer Cliff Notes for Cats: What to tell clients
7. Metronomic Chemotherapy: Low Dose Oral Chemotherapy
8. Breaking Bad News: How to Make it Great (Seriously)