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Bone cancer in cats and dogs usually means surgery and chemotherapy. Read about the symptoms and treatments for bone cancer in pets.
A little extra calcium can help boost your dog's bone strength, especially if you usually made your dog's food at home. Follow this recipe.
Lymphosarcoma, aka lymphoma or cancer of the lymph nodes, is a dangerous and painful mutation in the lymph nodes, spleen, blood, or bone marrow and can occur in cats and dogs. Learn the common types and causes of lymphoma at PetCareRx.com.
Is it cancer? Is it benign? Finding a lump under your dog's skin can make pet parents very anxious, and rightfully so. Here are some important things you should know about dog skin tumors and the steps to take in getting a proper diagnosis.
When dogs are diagnosed with cancer, oftentimes the only option is keeping them comfortable during their last days, because treatment options are so costly. Here is a list of pet meds that can be used to help ease the pain of dogs suffering from cancer.
Cancer treatments for dogs and cats are similar to those for humans. Learn about pet surgery, chemotherapy, radiology, and more.
The symptoms of cancer in pets can include visible bumps, weight loss, lethargy, and more. Read on to learn more about the symptoms of cancer in cats and dogs.
A cat diagnosed with cancer has many challenges ahead of them, and it's important to know how to care for your feline at home. Learn here how to comfort and care for your cat during this difficult time.
Mast cell cancer is a common form of skin cancer in dogs and cats, and some breeds are more prone than others. Learn about the types and treatment options of mast cell cancer.
Histiocytosis, a skin disease, is the result of the over-proliferation of white blood cells in the bone marrow, and can develop into cancer. To learn more about histiocytosis, look no further.
Cancer is an all too common diagnosis for cats, and even more so for dogs. Learn about the types, causes, and various treatments for cancer in pets.
Cancer in cats and dogs can be caused by several different factors, or the cause could be unknown. Here are the common causes of cancer in pets, and prevention methods.
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