Spleen cancer in dogs is a malignant tumor that develops in the spleen. This type of tumor can develop slowly and some dogs may display non-specific (general) symptoms or none at all during the early stages.
Non-Specific Spleen Cancer in Dogs Symptoms
- reduced appetite
- weight loss
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Canine hemangiosarcoma is a malignant tumor that develops in any tissue with blood vessels. It is an aggressive cancer that is highly metastatic. Canine hemangiosarcoma tends to spread to the liver, lungs, heart and spleen.
This type of tumor can form in any part of the body that has blood vessels. The primary locations of the tumor are:
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Spleen cancer in dogs is a malignant tumor that develops in the spleen.
A dog’s spleen is an organ located below the stomach. It serves various functions such as:
– storing blood
– removing old red blood cells
– filtering blood
– destroying foreign invaders or pathogens
Spleen tumors tend to occur in older dogs…. [Read more →]