Unfortunately, there are a lot of dogs with cancer. Some breeds are more susceptible to others, and some are very young or very old. This category covers all aspects of dogs with cancer including treatment options and prognoses.

Dog Spleen Tumors – Top Guide

Dog spleen tumors (splenic masses) often go unnoticed because of their hidden location and vague symptoms.  As with any tumor they are either benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous). You might feel as if your dog has something wrong, but you can’t quite put your finger on what it is. In fact, it’s not unusual for …

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Chondrosarcoma in Dogs Life Expectancy

The National Canine Cancer Foundation reports that the average survival time for dogs with nasal chondrosarcoma is: 1 year 7 months (approximately) when treated with rhinotomy (incision into the nose) combined with radiation.7 months or so in dogs not treated with a combination of rhinotomy and radiation. Chondrosarcoma of the Ribs Prognosis: The survival rate …

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