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...
Spreading Hope and Cheer Through Cancer Survivors

Spreading Hope and Cheer Through Cancer Survivors

2020 has been a year, to say the least. In trying times, it’s important to remember the good. And what’s better than beating cancer? As oncology specialists, we have dedicated our lives to treating pets who are battling this disease. Naturally, we love nothing more...
Veterinary Oncology: Hope Through Cancer Survivors

Veterinary Oncology: Hope Through Cancer Survivors

I often get asked why I practice Oncology and how I do what I do day after day. There are many reasons I’m passionate about Veterinary Oncology, but three really stand out. First and foremost, I’m often able to preserve a cancer patients’ quality of life for longer...
Knowledge is Power: Spotting Signs of Possible Cancer

Knowledge is Power: Spotting Signs of Possible Cancer

We all cringe at the thought of our precious fur babies being sick, but being educated is key to keeping our pets as healthy as possible. Believe it or not, our pets are susceptible to the same types of cancers as humans, but they can metastasize at a much faster...