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Ten Signs and Symptoms of Cancer in Dogs or Cats

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If your pet develops any of these signs of cancer, visit your veterinarian.

 
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Signs of Cat or Dog Cancer:

  1. Abnormal swelling, especially if it is firm
  2. Sores that don’t heal
  3. Weight loss
  4. Loss of appetite
  5. Oozing blood from the nose, mouth, or rectum
  6. Offensive odor
  7. Trouble eating
  8. No interest in play or exercise
  9. Difficulty passing urine or stool
  10. Unusual lameness or stiffness

You know your pet best, know how they are under daily circumstances. Some of these signs and symptoms are things only you will notice, or will see if something is askew. In general, if your pet is lethargic and not acting his or her normal self, then you should go see a veteranarian.

 

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  • After ten years of age, cancer kills 50% of dogs
  • In younger dogs, cancer kills about 33%
  • About 33% of cats die of cancer
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    Recommended products for cat or dog cancer
    Foods without toxins
     
  • Taste Of The Wild Dry Dog Food
  • Supplement with Green-Tea and Omega 3
     
  • Be Well
  • Antioxidants and Vitamins
     
  • 1-800-PetMeds Super VitaChews
  • Evsco Antioxidant
  • Denosyl
  • Marin
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