Cancer is the #1 disease-related killer of pets.
Though pets of any age can develop the disease, it is typically more common in older animals. Also, various breeds of dogs and cats are more at risk of certain types of cancers. Discuss with your veterinarian the types of risk factors that may affect your pet. Early detection of pet cancer is important for successful treatment and recovery.
Detection and Diagnosis
Regular check-ups play an important role in the early detection and diagnosis of cancer. Wellness exams and annual blood screenings can catch problems before they become more serious, increasing your pets chance of successful treatment and survival.
Lumps and Bumps
Not all tumors or growths are cancerous. Professional pet groomers handle your pet and can potentially notice a lump or during the grooming process and alert you to it. To be safe, see your veterinarian if you are aware of any lumps on your pet’s body.
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