Dogs are not just simply a man’s best friend but also a member of the family. No wonder why dog lovers usually get affected once their pet is inflicted with any disease or sickness. So, how much more if their dog gets cancer?
The ratio of this possibility is that one out of four dogs will likely to have cancer. Therefore, the knowledge on canine cancer symptoms is very important so as not to make the condition severe.
Just like humans, dog cancer is one of the leading causes of death in older dogs especially for those who are over ten years old. Although an alarming 50% of dog mortalities are accounted for this, it could be prevented once the dog cancer symptoms are known and treated right away. So what are these symptoms? Basically, these will depend on its type.
1. Vomiting, diarrhea and loss of weight are often associated with the commonly occurring abdominal cancer. Canine owners should also observe for swollen abdomen that continuously growing.