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.
Heal Basal Cell Tumor Naturally! When a lump is found on a pet dog it is a scary time for the both of you. Learn to naturally treat your dog's basal cell tumors before it gets out of hand.
We Love Our Dogs Our dogs are like our children. We would do anything for them because they are precious to us. This is why it is important to learn the natural ways you can treat your dogs bone cancer.
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