Even though it is scary, pet cancer is actually extremely common and a cancer diagnosis is not a death sentence for your cherished pet. Read on to learn about warning signs and possible treatments.
Advancements in both human and animal medicine have aided both in achieving better health and longer life expectancy. However, living longer also increases our chances of contracting certain illnesses and cancer is one of these. The most common types of pet cancer and other interesting facts are included in this post.
Two of our clients' Golden Retrievers are participating in a large study that aims to shine light on how disease develops over time and what factors, such as lifestyle, may contribute to it.
According to a research division of the World Health Organization (WHO) there is a possibility that red and processed meats can cause cancer in humans. Great, no steak and bacon. This report led us to wonder, what are some common forms of pet cancer, their treatments and what are the warning signs?
End of Life decisions are, sadly, a part of owning a pet. To euthanize or not to euthanize due to medical problems, quality of life, and (unfortunately) the cost of extreme medical care are all issues which must be weighed by responsible pet owners. This is the story of a family who went to extreme measures to extend the life of their beloved pet, successfully.
You may have noticed that we have been writing about alternative medicine lately, having recently covered acupuncture and laser therapy. These are frequently used as complements or even alternatives to standard Western medicine, and in that spirit, we want to provide a brief introduction to Chinese herbs. Like the other alternative medicines, these are used alongside or as replacements for modern drugs and to treat a wide variety of ailments...