Cancer in Dogs | Symptoms and treatment | Blue Cross - Adult dogs cancer info

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A: It has gotten to be pretty common, especially in older dogs. Fifty percent of dogs over the age of 10 develop cancer at some point. We see. Canine cancer is the leading cause of death for dogs 10 years of age and older. However, half of all cancer in dogs is treatable if it is arrested in its early stages.

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By Sajora - 00:21
Cancer is the uncontrolled growth of cells on or within the body. Cancer is most common in older dogs, but can strike at nearly any age, any breed or lifestyle.
By Muk - 12:59
Dogs older than 10 and purebreds are at increased risk compared to mixed breeds. Cancer affects dogs in the same way that it affects humans.
By Vugor - 11:17
Cancer can afflict dogs of all ages, especially older dogs. All of us at the Cancer Veterinary Center of Naples know how devastating it can be to get a diagnosis.
By Mazurr - 19:22
Generally afflicting middle-aged and older dogs, it is a cancer whose most common type (other forms originate in the gastrointestinal tract, chest, skin, or bone.

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