What we do


Our online resources bring together – all in one place – a wealth of information on pet cancer prevention, types of cancer, and treatment options. And it’s all been reviewed by experts, so you can trust that it’s complete and accurate.


Look for our Kali's Wish vehicle! Our Mobile Pet Cancer Centre is now on the road in Calgary. We’ll be bringing important information about preventing pet cancer to a community event near you!


We educate pet guardians and their families about pet cancer and its prevention, by attending various community events.

How could a young, healthy dog get cancer?

Kali was diagnosed with cancer in 2003, at seven years old. She was diagnosed with a blood-borne type of cancer that caused a massive tumour in her spleen. Her family rallied around her to provide comfort and support.

Help was hard to find

Kali’s family struggled to find information about her cancer, and the options for treating it. They sought advice from her doctor, medical literature and online, but it was a challenge to find information they could understand.

Why? Because Kali was a dog

There is a wealth of information about the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer in humans. But, when it comes to pet cancer, quality information is scarce and what does exist can be difficult to find or understand.

“Vets estimate that one in four dogs will, at some stage in their life, develop cancer and 50% of dogs over the age of 10 will develop cancer”

– Veterinary Cancer Society

Kali’s Wish Cancer Foundation is here to help

Sadly, Kali didn’t survive her bout with cancer and passed away only weeks after her diagnosis. Our goal at Kali’s Wish is to raise awareness of this deadly disease and provide families with easy-to-understand online resources about how to recognize the early warning signs of cancer, various ways to help prevent cancer in their pets, available treatment options and facilitate connections to community resources that can help.