When it comes to any suspicious lump on your dog, early veterinary intervention gives the best chances of a good outcome.
Generally, vets needs to go far beyond blood test results to confirm a cancer diagnosis in a dog or cat.
A skin lump may be harmless, or it may be a serious tumor in progress.
At her In Situ Foundation, Dina Zaphiris trains dogs to detect early-stage cancer from human saliva, urine, plasma and even breath samples.
Though exceedingly rare, bone marrow cancer, or myeloma, is a serious condition in dogs. Find out how this disease works as well as how it is treated.
Skin cancer is responsible for a third of all tumors in cats and dogs, but only a third of these are classified as malignant.
Bone cancer in dogs is a rare but serious condition that can sometimes be detected through swelling over bones and joints.