A Real-world Discussion About Types Of Dogs Breeds

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Like in humans, these tumors can develop in all regions of the canine body e.g. stomach, eye, throat spleen, foot, bone cancer etc. Some of these are quite common and can be addressed easily, others are very rare. Don't despair, not all dogs develop cancer.

When you look for cancer in dogs symptoms, please take into consideration their age, weight & the breed of dog. Certain breeds of dogs are more vulnerable to dog cancer than others. For example; These breeds are more likely to be affected by skin cancer; Schnauzers, Terriers, Poodles & Spaniels. Naturally older dogs will have a better chance of developing some type of cancer than young ones.

The other factor we have to take on board when looking for symptoms of cancer in dogs, is the size, age & type of dog. Some canine cancers are most likely to be found in certain breeds of dog and not in others. For example; Poodles, Terriers, Schnauzers & Spaniels are more vulnerable to skin cancer than other breeds. Naturally the older your dog gets the more chance he or she has of developing some kind of tumor.

Cancer in dogs symptoms include: Growths, swelling, lumps, spots, skin discoloration, limping, rashes, and any signs of discomfort if touched on any portion of their body. Behaviour changes are often signs of potential illness as well as licking or scratching a particular spot, Be vigilant when it came to your pet's health and not only now but throughout their life; we often forget they grow older a lot quicker than we do.

Feeling their skin for small lumps or growths, sore spots and any signs of discomfort is a fine habit to get into.

Continuing On....

In the wild, dogs mask illness and injury to avoid being vulnerable to attack, this has passed on to domestic dogs as they're naturally very stoic and don't always show signs of illness or discomfort. So it is extremely important that we keep a watchful eye on our pets for any cancer in dogs symptoms, as well as any other injury or illness.

Dogs are very stoic, because it is normal for them to hide illness and injury in the wild, so as to avoid being attacked. Which makes it all the more important that we, the owners, keep a watchful eye on our loved ones for any signs of illness and we know what symptoms of cancer in dogs to look for.

Do not pretend you're an expert after reading this, however it will help you in knowing what to look for.

The next step is to provide you learn & understand about the various types of cancer in dogs symptoms to look for, especially in your breed of dog. Should you find none of these symptoms then your dog should visit a vet for a thorough check up. Positive results can be obtained if caught early. The majority of canine cancers are benign so with the correct treatment and after care your family pet will live a long and active life.

11/30/2014 13:25:50
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