Dog Health

Cancer in Dogs

According to some recent data, approximately 25% of all dogs across the world will develop one form of cancer during their lives. The statistic is even higher for dogs that are over the age of 10, with 50% of this category developing cancer until the end of their lives.
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Anal Sac Cancer in Dogs

Both cats and dogs can develop anal sac cancer. Both species are equipped with a pair of anal sacs, which are typically located on either side of the anus. The

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Liver Cancer in Dogs

The liver is an essential organ for all animals, whether dogs or cats. Unfortunately, liver disease can be very challenging to treat as it is often associated with no symptoms

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Testicular Cancer in Dogs

Testicular tumors can mostly affect approximately one-third of all intact male dogs across the planet. In today’s article, we’re looking at the types of testicular cancer that dogs can develop,

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Cancer Statistics In Pets

According to some recent data, approximately 25% of all dogs across the world will develop one form of cancer during their lives. The statistic is even higher for dogs that

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Sebaceous Cysts in Dogs

If you have recently noticed a bump on your dog’s skin, you might be wondering what it might be. Some bumps and lumps can be dangerous and call for immediate

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Mast Cell Tumors in a Dogs

MCT is one of the most common types of skin tumors in dogs. It can affect various other areas of the body from the liver and spleen to the gastrointestinal

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Common Types of Cancer in Dogs

What are the most common tumors that our canine friends can suffer from? If you’ve ever asked yourself this question and you’re looking to do the best you can to

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Soft Tissue Sarcoma in Dogs

What is a soft tissue sarcoma? If you’ve ever asked yourself this question or you’d like to know more about this type of tumor, you’re in the right place. In

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Signs of Cancer in Dogs

Cancer is the number one disease that kills our pets, and being educated is key to keeping your canine companion as healthy as you possibly can. In this article, we

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