Lymphoma in dogs is a form of cancer that affects the lymph nodes and other lymphoid tissue. These tumors are most often found in the spleen, liver, and bone marrow, but they can occur in any organ or tissue that contains lymphatic tissue., pub-8182741505866449, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

Lymphoma typically affects older dogs (usually between 6 and 10 years old), but can appear in younger dogs as well.

The symptoms of lymphoma vary based on where it develops in your dog’s body. For example, if it develops in the spleen or thymus gland (which are near each other), you might notice that your dog has trouble breathing because one of these organs may have become swollen due to cancerous tumors growing there.

As far as treatment goes, there are two main options: chemotherapy or radiation therapy. Both options will require regular follow-up appointments with your veterinarian so they can monitor how well your pet responds to treatment over time.

Published by AmberLDrake

Dr. Drake is an award-winning author and well-known cancer specialist in her field. She is best known for her extensive research on canine cancer prevention and nutrition, her dedication to help dogs live a long, happy life, and for teaching veterinary medicine. As the CEO of Canine Companions Co., the Founder of Drake Dog Cancer Foundation and Academy, and the Co-Founder of Preferable Pups, in addition to being a respected figure in the dog world, she has earned the respect of thousands of dog lovers worldwide.