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Fibrosarcoma is a form of cancer that is most commonly found in the skin and soft tissue of dogs and cats. Find out more here in order to better understand this particular form of cancer and what options are available.
Osteosarcoma is a bone cancer that is usually found more so in large breed dogs than in small dog breeds and cats. When your dog is diagnosed with cancer, it is important to learn as much as you can in order to get them the proper care and treatment needed. Learn more here.
Cancer is one of those diseases that has many symptoms that might be mistaken for less serious health conditions. Feline lymphoma is the most commonly diagnosed form of cancer in cats. Learn more about this disease and the signs here.
Hemangiosarcoma is a tumor of blood vessel cells that have become cancerous. Getting this diagnosis can be devastating since this is a particularly aggressive and fast moving type of cancer. Depending on your cat's case, there maybe options available to extend your cat's life just a little bit longer than most. Learn more here.
A cancer diagnosis for any pet parent can be devastating, but even more so when it is a type where very little can be done. Learn more here about hemangiosarcoma and the options available.
Humans aren’t the only ones who can develop bone cancer; pets can get it too. Osteosarcoma is the most common bone tumor seen in dogs, and it can also occur in cats. Osteosarcoma is a very dangerous cancer and one that spreads quickly. Read on to learn what you need to know.
Whiskers are awfully cute, but they’re more than just furry features. Whiskers serve purposes, from helping your pet see better to aiding in touch and communication.
Tumors can crop up in dogs of every breed and age. Many of these skin tumors end up being benign and nonthreatening. Here is a quick list of the most common types of skin tumors in dogs.
Feline Leukemia is quite common and, being a contagion, is worth learning about, since it can lead to a more serious infection or even cancer. Learn how to protect your cat here.
Finding a tumor under your cat's skin can be a scary thing for any pet parent, but you shouldn't be alarmed just yet. To find out how to spot a tumor early on, and the treatment options available for your feline, read on.
Want to do your part in helping to keep the pet population low, but feel the cost of neutering your male cat or dog would just be too expensive? We've comprised some helpful tips on how to locate the most cost effective places to get your pet "fixed." Find out more here.
You may think that getting a pet spayed is an expensive health care option, but it actually can be quite affordable if you know where to look. Find out here how much you should be paying to get your female pet spayed.
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