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Dog Lymphoma Cancer

…form of lymphoma treatment is chemotherapy. Since this is a systemic disease, the administration of radiation or surgery is an impractical form of treatment. The most commonly used drugs are those that are used in chemotherapy for humans as well. Drugs such as vincristine, cyclophosphamide and doxorubicin as well as prednisone are the most commonly used drugs. The protocol most often depends on who is administering the drugs. Canine oncologists…

Dog Cancer

…of this disease that occurs in canines is orophayngeal cancer, a type of mouth cancer. Weight loss and loss of appetite frequently occur in a case of this type of canine cancer, which most often affects dogs between the ages of seven and eleven years. Dogs suffering from orophayngeal cancer also often experience difficulty with chewing and swallowing. In addition, some dogs exhibit blood in their saliva. Lymphoma is another type of this disease…

Dog Intestinal Tumors

…reports, as stated by the National Canine Cancer Foundation, only about 10 percent of all dogs are found to have intestinal tumors. Here is the breakdown of the different kinds of intestinal tumors that dogs have: lymphoma is estimated at 29 percent, leimyosarcoma at 23 percent, adenocarcinoma at 17 percent and small intestinal tumors estimated at just over 1 percent. Some other kinds of intestinal tumors in canines that can affect your dog are…

Dog Gastric Cancer

…damage the body as a result of the chemical imbalance. • Lymphomas - Lymphomas start in when the bodys lymphocytes, a type of white blood cell, form tumors. The lymphomas can occur in the gastrointestinal tract. That said, lymphomas are not that common and even when they occur will almost exclusively be found in dogs that are eight years old and above.Signs and Symptoms The symptoms of canine gastric cancer include , that is usually mixed with…

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