Cancer Care for our Pets! Making life better. Longer.

Approximately 40% of pets over 9 years old will be diagnosed with cancer.  Gone are the days where our family pets die of “old age”.  More commonly today pet parents are noticing illness earlier in their pets and are pursuing referral to specialists in the area of need.

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Cancer Q &A:

Early detection of cancer in our pets is an important factor in successful treatment. Some common signs may be vague such as loss of appetite, vomiting, weight loss, diarrhea, antisocial behavior, lethargy, increased thirst and urination, or urinary incontinence.  More specific signs may include…

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Fight Cancer! Screen your pet for all Lumps and Bumps

Approximately 40% of pets over 9 years old will be diagnosed with cancer but we can improve outcomes in our pets with early detection. This is best accomplished by routine veterinary evaluations and regular assessments by owners at home. This is important for both dogs and cats. Dogs commonly form ‘lumps and bumps” that are […]

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