The 10 early warning signs of Dog Cancer:

Weight loss

Abnormal swellings that persist or continue to grow-be sure and check lymph node areas

Loss of appetite

Persistent lameness or soreness

Difficulty breathing, urinitation or defacation

Offensive odor

Sores that don’t heal

Bleeding or discharge

Difficulty eating or swallowing

Hesitation to exercise or tiredness

Don’t panic if your canine family member exhibits one or more of these signs.  However, it is important to have your pet checked out by your vet as soon as possible.  More often that not, there is nothing to be concerned about, but if it is cancer then early detection can make a huge difference in your pet’s prognosis.  If you need more information, please contact me or check out our website at for great information, help and support.


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