Dog cancer is a significant concern for most pet owners. Cancer may happen at any age, however, there’s a high possibility your pet can find this disorder since their age increased.
Cancer refers to the expansion of cancerous tumor (neoplasia) that assault the surrounding cells and spread to other areas of the human body by going together with the blood vessels.
This disease can be deadly and could only be stopped by getting rid of the tumor or satisfactorily treated.
Dog cancer symptoms
- Abnormal swellings which continue to increase
- persistent coughing
- sores That Don’t cure
- diminished appetite
- bleeding or discharge from an opening in the body like nose, mouth, urinary tract, vagina or anus
- offensive odor
- low power level or lack of endurance
- Don’t Want to exercise
- stiffness or persistent lameness
- bumps in the breast region
- issue eating, swallowing, breathing, urinating, or defecating
- unnatural testicles dimension
Dog cancer identification
- Physical evaluation
- urine and blood examinations
- computed axial tomographic (CAT) or magnetic resonance imaging scans (MRI)
- surgical biopsy
Dog cancer treatment
- Surgical excision
- tumor-killing medications