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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.
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.
Pets are at risk for a variety of skin cancers that must be caught and treated early.
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.
You never want your cat to have a low white blood count because it leaves them vulnerable to serious infections. Learn all about how a low white blood cell count can affect your cat's health, and what can be done.
White blood cells fight off infections in your cat's body. If your cat has a high white blood cell count, that is a clear sign that something is wrong.
A low white blood cell count is never a good thing for your dog since white blood cells are there to help fight off illnesses. Learn more about what a low white blood cell count means.
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.
Anemia in dogs occurs when the low red blood cell count falls to dangerous levels. There are several possible causes, so it's important to know what they are.
A high white blood cell count can be an indication that your dog is sick. Find out what the different illnesses are that can cause your dog's white blood cell count to rise.
Read up on the guidelines for helping ensure your cat's healthy recovery from common surgeries and procedures, like spaying or neutering.
Finding a bump or lump on your pet can be scary. However if you take your pet to the vet and find that it’s a lipoma, you should feel relieved. Find out why here.
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