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What Questions Should I Ask My Vet About My Dog’s Bone Cancer Diagnosis?

Published December 10, 2020 | By Ben Chiswick | Blog

Cancer in the bones of animals has been around since the age of the dinosaurs. Today, large to giant breed dogs and older dogs tend to be diagnosed with bone cancer at a higher rate than smaller or younger dogs. Osteosarcoma accounts for 90-95% of canine bone tumors. Other bone tumors include chondrosarcoma,... Continue reading

What are the Most Common Types of Brain Tumors in Dogs?

Published November 30, 2020 | By Ben Chiswick | Blog

Brain and tumor are two words you never want to hear your veterinarian say in the same sentence. But thanks to recent advances in veterinary cancer care, there are new ways we can help dogs with brain cancer. We truly live in a golden age of medicine where clinical capabilities are continually... Continue reading

Questions To Ask Your Vet About Nasal Cancer In Dogs

Published April 10, 2020 | By Ben Chiswick | Blog

Nasal cancer is one of the most common forms of canine cancer - which also makes it one of the most commonly treated. If your dog is diagnosed with a nasal tumor, or suspected to have one, your primary care veterinarian will likely refer you to a veterinary oncologist.   Can nasal cancer be... Continue reading

Helping Dogs and Cats with Cancer During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Published March 24, 2020 | By Ben Chiswick | Blog

  COVID-19 is Affecting the World including Our Pets As the global pandemic has much of the country on an unprecedented lockdown, both people and pets are being affected in countless ways. Everyone wants to do the right thing and stay home to avoid spreading COVID-19. Non-essential businesses have... Continue reading


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