What Are Sebaceous Adenomas On Dogs?

What Are Sebaceous Adenomas On Dogs?

Sebaceous Adenomas are tumors that develop on a dog’s sebaceous glands, the natural oil-producing glands of the skin. You’ve probably seen them before on older dogs and been unaware that that’s what they were. Canine adenomas are usually pinkish and...
Help Prevent Bladder Cancer in Dogs

Help Prevent Bladder Cancer in Dogs

Do household chemicals cause bladder cancer in dogs? University of Wisconsin-Madison is Doing a Study of Environmental Chemicals in Dogs with Bladder Cancer. The Study Bladder cancer in dogs can lead to bloody urine, pain on urination, and urinary blockage. Bladder...
Help Prevent Lymphoma in Dogs

Help Prevent Lymphoma in Dogs

Help us find out why dogs get lymphoma! University of Wisconsin- Madison School of Veterinary Medicine is doing a study on Environmental Chemicals and Lymphoma in Boxer Dogs The Study: Lymphoma is a fatal cancer of the blood cells in dogs. The boxer breed is at higher...
Pancreatic Cancer in Dogs

Pancreatic Cancer in Dogs

The good news is that pancreatic cancer in dogs is quite rare. The bad news is that when it does occur, it is usually malignant and aggressive. As with all cancers in dogs’ early detection is key to improving their chance of survival. Therefore, being familiar...