Illnesses are frightening enough, but there’s something particularly scary about canine cancers. They depend on us for their health, yet can’t tell us when something’s not feeling right. That’s why being on the lookout for signs of cancer in dogs is so important.
It’d be wonderful if this were a rare and minor health issue with dogs, but unfortunately 1 in 3 will suffer from dog cancers in their lifetime according to the National Canine Cancer Foundation.
Now, let’s get into the warnings signs of canine cancer as well as its most common types. Noticing any of these doesn’t necessarily mean your dog has cancer, but there’s a good chance of another health issue at a minimum, so you should contact your vet immediately if any are observed.
SIGNS OF CANCER IN DOGS
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