Canine cancer is the #1 cause of death in dogs. Due to a lack of awareness, most dog owners do not even know what dangers are faced by their beloved companions. We at The International Canine Cancer Association are hopeful that the public can be informed about this devastating disease, and we also hope that our research into prevention and treatments will make a difference against cancer. Please take a moment to study the information on our site. If you have access to information that is not available here, please notify us immediately so that we can utilize it in our mission to inform the public.

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Types of canine cancer:

 

Lymphoma

Hemangiosarcoma

Fibrosarcoma

Mammary Tumors

Mast Cell Tumors

Osteosarcoma

Transitional Cell Carcinomas

 

Lymphoma - Lymphoma is a common cancer than can appear in the lymph nodes, spleen, liver, or other organs. This cancer can be aggressive and deadly if left untreated. Chemotherapy is very effective in treating this form of cancer. Middle age to older dogs are the most affected.

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Canine Cancer Symptoms

 

It is important to be able to recognize the symptoms of canine cancer. Some of the symptoms are:

 

1. Sores that do not heal.

2. Unusual swellings that persist and grow.

3. Weight loss and/or loss of appetite.

4. Difficulty urinating.

5. Difficulty breating.

6. Persistent stiffness.

7. Bleeding or unusual discharge from an orifice.

8. Offensive odor.

9. Difficulty eating or swallowing.

 
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