Advocacy

Kodi and his pawtastic team continue to advocate for other dogs and people battling with cancer.

Our Hope

Kodi beats the odds yet again, this time with a little help from nature and a whole lot of love.

His Resilience

Despite all the challenges, Kodi demonstrates great bravery and resilience.

The Big C

Kodi and his family face a terrible threat together when he is diagnosed with cancer.

The Adventure

Every day is an adventure for the beloved Kodi and his family.

The First Struggle

Kodi bravely overcomes his first struggle when he is diagnosed with seizures.

A New Beginning

A family opens their hearts to Kodi the dog who enriches all their leaves.

FUN RUN

For A Cause

Kodi Paw-a-Thon is a family-friendly event to remember our furry members of the community who lost their battle to cancer, celebrates survivors and hopes to support those struggling with cancer. Run or walk in our pet friendly run, and join us afterwards for the Pup Party, where you can join the Doggy Parade, watch the Doggy Show, visit with pet-friendly businesses in the Vendors’ Village, or grab a bite to eat from local food vendors. We aim to raise funds for Cancer Council Victoria, The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne & Australian Animal Cancer Foundation, so please come and support our cause!

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ABOUT KODi

The Miracle Dog

Kodi has had a challenging life journey when it comes to his health.

At age 1, Kodi was diagnosed with seizures for nine months.

Unfortunately, no specialist could help him.
We conducted lots of research into treatment, remedies, and diet changes. Finally, this change proved effective as Kodi’s seizures ceased.

When Kodi was 8, he was diagnosed with Mast Cell cancer.

The vets gave him nine months to live. Kodi’s vet, Frank of East St. Alban’s Vet Clinic, helped us through this challenging period. Kodi attended countless Veterinary and Oncology appointments, surgeries, and multiple CT scans; 12-year-old Kodi is still with us.

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