Cancer in pets has reach an alarming rate. In a recent study cancer was the leading cause of death in large dogs (over 50 pounds) as well as older cats (greater than 12 years). Why is this? We really don’t know. While there are factors that contribute to the incidence of cancer such as environmental… Continue reading

In the unfortunate circumstance that a lump that has been removed from your pet is diagnosed as cancerous, what next? That is dependent on several facts. First, and probably most important, were the margins on the biopsy clean? In other words does it look like your vet “got it all”. Of course, we can never… Continue reading