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Saturday, February 25, 2012

Top signs of cancer in dogs and cats

Abnormal swellings that persist or continue to grow
Bloated tummy
Pale gums (anemic)
Sores that do not heal
Weight loss
Loss of appetite
Bleeding or discharge from any body opening
Offensive odor
Difficulty eating or swallowing
Hesitation to exercise or loss of stamina
Persistent lameness or stiffness
Difficulty breathing,
urinating or defecating
Contact your veterinarian if your dog
or cat displays ANY of these signs.


  1. Bailey a 12 year old male lab was brought to OSVDH because he was having trouble breathing. During physical exam a growth was discovered. This growth was inhibiting his air intake. Within an hour, surgery was performed and Bailey was breathing normally. Cancer in Dogs

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