Understanding Cancer in Cats

According to the Smithsonian, humans have had domesticated pet cats for over 12,000 years. In that time, humans and cats have developed a strong relationship. They continue to quell anxieties, provide comfort, and catch pests, and we care for them, show them love, and make sure that they live healthy lives. A cat will, on…

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Mast Cell Tumors & Skin Cancer in Dogs

Skin tumors are the most common tumors found in dogs. Sadly, their fur isn’t the armor we all thought it to be. But luckily, if caught early, skin cancer in dogs can often be treated successfully. While there are several different forms of skin cancer in dogs, mast cell tumors are one of the most…

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Lymphoma in Dogs

Based on current estimates, more than 25 percent of all dogs will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives, and 50 percent of all dogs over the age of 10 will die of cancer. Of the many forms of cancer, lymphoma is one of the most common seen in dogs. While there…

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Nutritional Needs of Dogs with Cancer

Your dog’s diet is an extremely important indicator of his or her health that cannot be overlooked. Their daily or weekly nutritional regimens – whether they are sick or not – will give them the strength they need for daily activities and improve overall mood. If dogs have cancer, their immune systems are weaker than…

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Junior

Junior was diagnosed with bladder cancer in October of last year. I was told that after 13 adventured filled years together, there would likely be less than six months more. I was crushed but thrilled to know we had time. We discovered the cancer because he had stones trying to pass from his bladder. As…

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Bone Cancer (Osteosarcoma) in Dogs

Our canine friends are susceptible to a wide variety of health issues, with cancer unfortunately high among them. Of the many cancers, dog bone cancer, or osteosarcoma, is one of the most invasive and hardest to treat. Osteosarcoma is an aggressive cancer that often spreads to other parts of a dog’s body. It is diagnosed…

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7 Common Health Problems in Senior Cats

While cats tend to age more gracefully than dogs, they often experience numerous health problems in their later years. It is important to look out for signs of discomfort in your senior cat in order to make their older years more comfortable and enjoyable. By paying attention to the common health problems discussed below, you…

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Butter

Butter is undergoing her second round of radiation for an inoperable large cancerous tumor in her head. Canna-pet helps her to make it through. Keeps her comfortable and I believe a secondary benefit is enabling her to have less stiffness in her joints.

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Chumley

A few years ago Chumley was diagnosed with cancer. He was operated on twice, it was horrible and the doctors said it would come back for sure, he would eventually have to have skin grafts and it would be brutal. I decided on a different route. After searching alternative healing methods, I found canna-pet. The…

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Arlo

Arlo developed what was believed to be vaccine associated sarcoma after a routine rabies injection. The tumor was removed during the initial biopsy and then we followed that up with a six week course of radiation, on the vets recommendation. We were told that with that treatment strategy we had an 80-85% chance of remission,…

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