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More than 6 million canines develop cancer each year, according to the Animal Cancer Foundation. Chemotherapy is a common treatment for a variety of cancers. The following are some answers to common questions about using chemotherapy to fight cancer in dogs.
While bladder cancer in dogs is relatively rare, it can have serious consequences for the health of your dog. Therefore, it is important to understand the signs and symptoms of canine bladder cancer so that the animal can be treated before cancer can spread. After a diagnosis is made, your vet may develop a course of action that allows your dog the best possible quality of life.
Canines With Mammary Cancer Anytime cancer touches our lives it leaves a sense of heartbreak and devastation in its wake. How long can a dog live with mammary cancer? Find out how long and how to treat mammary cancer in dogs.