How Roxy Cruise Beat Mast Cell Cancer at CARE

How Roxy Cruise Beat Mast Cell Cancer at CARE

Roxy Cruise loves daily walks around the neighborhood, guard duty to protect her home from squirrels, birds and even butterflies, gnawing constantly on antler snacks, cuddling with her owner so closely she’s virtually a shadow, and explaining her day to passers-by...
The Relationship Between Spaying/Neutering and Cancer

The Relationship Between Spaying/Neutering and Cancer

Veterinarians can give you many reasons to spay or neuter your dog or cat: The procedure reduces aggression, lessens territorial behavior, cuts back on the desire to roam and the chance of being hit by a vehicle and – if your animal goes outside or gets loose –...
Breakthroughs in Cancer Treatments for Pets

Breakthroughs in Cancer Treatments for Pets

For decades, the three-part approach to treating cancers in people and animals has included chemotherapy, radiation and/or surgery, depending on the nature of the illness. In recent years, however, cancer treatments for pets have been refined. These breakthroughs give...
Vidium SearchLight DNA Tumor Testing: A Cancer Breakthrough

Vidium SearchLight DNA Tumor Testing: A Cancer Breakthrough

Just as cancer cells continually change in the ways they affect animals, veterinarians’ responses to the disease continually change, too. The new Vidium SearchLight DNA tumor testing is one of the most accurate and powerful tools vets have for evaluating cancer in...
Warning Signs of Cancer in Pets

Warning Signs of Cancer in Pets

Responsible pet owners know young and adult animals need a yearly checkup by a veterinarian. They may also realize senior pets should see a vet twice a year. But owners can’t depend only on checkups to catch problems: They need to look for changes in pets’ bodies and...
Is It A Benign Fatty Tumor Or Is It Cancer?

Is It A Benign Fatty Tumor Or Is It Cancer?

Have you ever felt a lump under your dog’s skin? Quite commonly, masses develop in dogs. While the mass may be a benign fatty tumor, it may also be a cancerous lump. Less frequently, cats grow masses under the skin. However, if you discover one, it is much more likely...