Cancer on Dogs Paw: Types of ‘Paw’ Cancer and Steps to Take

Canine on your dog’s paw, specifically squamous cell carcinoma and malignant melanoma, are the most common types of cancer that affect this region. These cancers can occur in the nail bed, skin, or bones of the paw, causing various symptoms that can initially be easy to overlook. Squamous cell carcinomas are generally slow-growing but canContinue reading “Cancer on Dogs Paw: Types of ‘Paw’ Cancer and Steps to Take”

Cancer in Dogs Skin

Dogs are our best friends. When they develop skin cancer, it can be scary and stressful for both them and us. Fortunately, there are many things we can do to help. Let’s take a look at what cancer in dogs’ skin looks like, the different kinds of cancers that can appear on their skin, andContinue reading “Cancer in Dogs Skin”

Mouth Cancer in Dogs

Mouth tumors can cause blockages that make chewing and swallowing difficult for dogs. Surgical removal of tumors is frequently required for a dog’s survival, although it isn’t always achievable depending on the nature and location of the tumor.  Tumor Types The good news is that not every tumor will develop into full-blown mouth cancer. TumorsContinue reading “Mouth Cancer in Dogs”