Summer, our yellow Lab, had liver cancer so we thought we should join this new blog hop!
Cancer in Dogs Archives
Yet another amazing job for dogs…sniffing out cancer! Read all about it here!
This month is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month. Cancer can strike dogs just like humans. If your dog is diagnosed with cancer, are you prepared to take care of him?
Humans aren’t the only ones that get skin cancer. Dogs can get it too. Learn about the three most common skin cancers that dogs can get.
May is Pet Cancer Awareness Month. Learn about the early warning signs of cancer in pets and read suggestions on ways to help make your pet comfortable if they have cancer.
Does your dog have cancer and you don’t know what to do? You might want to enroll him in a clinical trial. Read about clinical trials for dogs with cancer, how they are helping humans with cancer, and how they can help your dog with cancer survive longer.
Does your dog have lumps and/or bumps? Have they been there more than 3 to 5 days? If so, you need to have your vet check them out. They could be cancerous.
Has your dog been diagnosed with liver cancer? Milk Thistle is safe for your dog to take and helps in the regeneration of the damaged liver. If your dog has been diagnosed with liver cancer, you should start giving him Milk Thistle.
Cancer is the number 1 killer of dogs over the age of two. A dog with cancer should not get another vaccination for the rest of his or her life. This article discusses vaccinations and why a dog with cancer should not receive vaccinations.
Dog cancer has become the leading cause of deaths in dogs. There are several things we can do to help prevent cancer in our dog. Don’t wait until it is too late. Take care of your dog now!