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Canine Mouth Cancer: Malignant Oral Tumors & Treatment Options

Canine malignant mouth cancer can be divided into:
– locally invasive
– metastatic (spread to other parts of the body)

Locally invasive malignant mouth tumors are fibrosarcoma and squamous cell carcinoma.

Metastatic malignant mouth tumors are melanoma and osteosarcoma.

Canine Mouth Cancer – Locally Invasive

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Secondhand smoke causes cancer in dogs and cats

Secondhand smoke has been known to adversely affect non-smoking people. Are you aware that pets are also seriously affected? Several studies have shown that secondhand tobacco smoke causes certain types of cancer in dogs and cats.

Colorado State Univ conducted 2 studies to determine whether exposure to environmental tobacco smoke increases the risk of nasal and lung cancer in dogs…. [Read more →]