18 Aug, 2022

Is Your Dog Prone To Get Cancer?

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Do not adopt the "wait-and-see" approach when a limp is present in a dog. 

Big dogs can get bone cancer at age 6.

Consider regular testing of  middle-sized, large, and extra-large dogs. 

Researchers recommend screening for liver cancer at 8, even younger.

Contrary to beliefs , younger dogs may be at risk too.

Some cancers like lymphoma, may start to pose risks to dogs as early as middle age.

Watch out for early warning signs in your dog, like loss in weight or appetite, lumps, bumps, & swelling.

A lack of interest in activities may also be a sign of cancer.

Take your dog to a Vet today.

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