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Today, more than ever, pets with cancer have options

If you were diagnosed with cancer, you’d want to explore every treatment option—and choose the one best for you. Why should it be any different when it comes to your pet? Advances in technology and veterinary oncology have led to a wide variety of treatments, giving pet parents more—and better—choices for cancer care. We’re here to help you find the safest, most effective and least disruptive option possible. After all, the more you know, the more confident you’ll feel in doing what’s right for your pet.

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Types of Pet Cancers PetCure Oncology Can Treat

A pet cancer diagnosis is devastating. Your cat or dog has cancer treatment options thanks to advances in veterinary oncology. PetCure Oncology can treat a wide range of cancers in pets, including some previously considered “untreatable” due to their sensitive location within the body.

If your pet is displaying any symptoms of cancer or has been diagnosed with cancer, sort below by cancer type or tumor location to see if PetCure Oncology treatment may be appropriate for your pet’s condition. Click on the links for more specific information on treatment and real patient stories.


  • Nasal/paranasal sinus
  • Squamous cell carcinoma
  • Basal cell
  • Tonsillar
  • Thyroid
  • Salivary gland
  • Ceruminous gland
  • Bronchogenic/non-small cell lung
  • Hepatocellular
  • Biliary
  • Pancreatic
  • Adrenal
  • Renal
  • Transitional cell of bladder/prostate/urethra
  • Prostatic
  • Anal gland
  • Perianal
  • Chemodectoma
  • Neuroendocrine carcinoma
  • Thymoma (epithelioid)


  • Fibrosarcoma
  • Chondrosarcoma
  • Osteosarcoma
  • Hemangiopericytoma
  • Histiocytic sarcoma
  • Peripheral nerve sheath tumor/Schwannoma
  • Meningioma
  • Astrocytoma
  • Glioma
  • Oligodendroglioma
  • Meningioma
  • Choroid Plexus papilloma
  • Ependymoma
  • Multilobular osteochondroma

Round Cell

  • Lymphoma
  • Thymoma (lymphoid)
  • Plasmacytoma
  • Multiple Myeloma
  • Melanoma
  • Mast Cell Tumor

Head and Neck Tumors in Cats and Dogs

Brain Tumors in Dogs

Thyroid Tumors in Dogs

Extremity Tumors in Cats and Dogs

Spinal Tumors in Cats and Dogs

Pelvic Canal Tumors in Cats and Dogs

  • Anal gland adenocarcinomas
  • Prostatic tumors

Liver Tumors in Cats and Dogs

Pancreatic Tumors in Cats and Dogs

Lung Tumors in Cats and Dogs

Kidney Tumors in Cats and Dogs

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Advanced Radiation: Treating the Untreatable

Stereotactic radiation (SRS/SRT), an advanced form of radiation therapy, offers the chance for a cure—something rarely heard of in pet cancer care. Determined to take the most progressive treatment options in human medicine and make them available in veterinary medicine, PetCure Oncology joined forces with some of the best and brightest minds in cancer care and opened its first center in May of 2015. (Explore the history of SRS/SRT treatment.)

Now, for the first time, PetCure Oncology is providing precision cancer care that zeroes in and attacks tumors; including many tumors we couldn’t touch before. Because it offers unprecedented precision, we’re able to destroy the tumor with minimal damage to the healthy cells around it. In this procedure, the pet patient experiences no discomfort and the risks associated with treatment are minor.

Learn what SRS/SRT is and how it works.

Our exceptional care team walks you through an SRS/SRT treatment session.

How Your Pet Benefits from Stereotactic Radiation Treatment from PetCure Oncology
  • SRS/SRT is delivered with the intent to cure the cancer, rather than merely ease its symptoms
    Treatment is noninvasive and nonsurgical, requiring no incisions or sutures.
  • SRS/SRT is an ideal alternative when surgery is difficult or not possible
    In fact, since SRS/SRT both shrinks and encapsulates the tumor, it can actually increase the odds of achieving “clean” margins—meaning complete removal of the tumor—if surgery is attempted later on.
  • Fewer side effects relative to traditional radiation therapy
    SRS/SRT is delivered with sub-millimeter precision, maximizing damage to tumorous tissue while minimizing collateral damage to nearby healthy tissue.
  • SRS/SRT can be performed in just 1 or 3 sessions
    Compared to traditional radiation therapy, SRS/SRT provides an 80–95% reduction in both treatment sessions and anesthetic events. This helps optimize the patient’s safety, comfort and convenience.
  • More types of cancer can be treated with SRS/SRT
    This includes some forms previously considered “untreatable” based on their sensitive locations within the body.
  • Recovery is fast
    Treatments can be performed on consecutive days and pets can usually return to normal activities right after treatment.
Meet Snickers

Diagnosed with advanced oral cancer, Snickers’s dad needed to find a way to fight. PetCure Oncology came to the rescue and now the lovable lil’ guy couldn’t be more full of life (or any cuter!).

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Be inspired by our pet hero stories

Meet Mark “the lovable golden” and some of the special pets treated with SRS.

Is SRS right for your pet?

If your pet has cancer, contact the PetCure Oncology location near you and we will help you determine the best course of treatment.