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Dog Bladder Tumor

…this form of cancer every year and sadly, it is terminal. You can however, with the right form of treatment, help your dog to have a good quality of life for their existing years. There are some very distinctive symptoms of bladder tumors which you should keep an eye out for. Taking your dog to the vet for regular checkups can help to ensure your dog is properly monitored.Symptoms of bladder tumors When your dog has this form of cancer they will…

Dog Bladder Cancer

…which is the neck area of the bladder. A malignant tumor is found near this location, obstructing the flow of urine from the ureters into the bladder. Though it generally begins in the bladder, TCC can spread to the lungs, liver, kidneys, and other vital organs. Most dogs have a poor outlook by the time this bladder cancer is diagnosed.Causes of Bladder Cancer There is no exact cause of any form of bladder cancer in dogs. As far as TCC is…

Dog Transitional Cell Carcinoma

What is transitional cell carcinoma? This is an especially aggressive tumor of the bladder. The lower bladder neck is the usual location in dogs. It will cause an obstruction of the bladder which can be partial or complete. The tube that carries the urine from the bladder is involved in more than half the patients that are diagnosed. The cells that line the parts of the body that are exposed to the outside are also usually involved with this type…

Cat Bladder Tumor

…types of which your cat will be prone to and bladder tumors are one of them. Although there are only a few cats that are affected by this form of cancer every year, it is a terminal illness. You can however, with the right form of treatment, help your cat to have a good quality of life for their existing years, especially if you follow a good plan. There are some very distinctive symptoms of bladder tumors which you should keep an eye out for.…

Dog Prostate Cancer

…have prostate cancer. The symptoms of dog prostate cancer are fairly general. and , this is also another sign of prostate cancer. Once prostate cancer starts, it becomes more difficult for the dog to control their bladder and they often have problems with incontinence. If your dog is house trained, then this is usually the first thing that you will notice.Diagnosis In order to verify whether or not your dog has prostate cancer, your dog’s…

Cat Prostate Cancer

…place, this is another sign of prostate cancer. Once prostate cancer starts, it becomes more difficult for the cat to control their bladder and they often have problems with incontinence. This will be easy to notice, especially if you have trained your cat to use a litter box and now your cat is relieving themselves on your carpet.Diagnosis In order to verify whether or not your cat has prostate cancer, your veterinarian will have to run some…

Cat Common Cancers

…this type of cancer. It can be difficult to suspect these types of cancers, as the cancerous organs found in the abdominal area will also not be noticeable even when your cat exhibits a . However, a veterinarian will be able to check the organs during a physical exam. Taking your cat to the vet once or twice each year will also help to detect abdominal cancer and treat it before it becomes an issue.Bladder Cancer Bladder cancer is more commonly…

Dog Common Cancers

…items, namely from the petroleum, can cause bladder cancer in dogs. Of all dogs, the is the breed most likely to contract bladder cancer, being 20 times more at risk than other types of dog.Breast Cancer Breast cancer, or , is more commonly found in dogs than other domesticated animals. It is the most common form of cancer to affect female dogs. It has been seen that 50% of dogs with breast cancer only have a small tumor, while the other 50%…

Cat Prostatic Tumor

…depending on the type of cancer involved. The basic goal of any treatment for prostatic cancer is to keep your cat comfortable during its final days. Adenocarcinoma is the least responsive to treatment. Transitional cell cancers usually have metastasized from the bladder or urethra. In either case, the treatment options are limited. is used if there is no evidence of metastasis. While radiation will not cure the cancer, it will help to improve…

Dog Prostatic Tumor

…depending on the type of cancer involved. The basic goal of any treatment for prostatic cancer is to keep your dog comfortable during its final days. Adenocarcinoma is the least responsive to treatment. Transitional cell cancers usually have metastasized from the bladder or urethra. In either case, the treatment options are limited. is used if there is no evidence of metastasis. While radiation will not cure the cancer, it will help to improve…

Cat Lower Urinary Tract Disease

…a cat’s urinary function, and is sometimes known as “feline urologic syndrome.” There are many symptoms associated with the syndrome, and the exact causes can range from urethral blockage and bladder stones, to urinary tract infection and possibly cancer. The possible causes differ between cats of different ages, as older cats (ages 10 and up) are much more at risk of serious infections. In some cases, especially in younger cats, there might not…

Cat Transitional Cell Carcinoma

What is transitional cell carcinoma? This is an especially aggressive tumor of a cat’s bladder. The lower bladder neck is the usual location. It will cause an obstruction of the bladder which can be partial or complete. The tube that carries the urine from the bladder is involved in more than half the patients that are diagnosed. The cells that line the parts of the body that are exposed to the outside are usually involved with this type of . The…

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