We hate the thought of our pups becoming ill, but being educated is key to keeping our dogs as healthy as possible. Everyone knows that the quicker cancer is found and diagnosed, the better the chances are of fighting it off and prolonging your dog’s life. While annual check-ups at the vet are important, a year between visits is just too long when it comes to fighting cancer. Canines are susceptible to the same types of cancers as humans, but they can metastasize at a much faster rate.
Regardless of your dog’s age, be proactive by looking for early symptoms that could indicate cancer. Dr. Kelly Ryan, DVM at the Animal Medical Center of Mid-America and Humane Society of Missouri, goes by these 10 warning signs that dog owners should know to watch for. If you notice any of these symptoms in your pet, schedule an appointment with your veterinarian, ASAP. …Read full article at I Heart Dogs