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Dog Cancer Awareness Month: Know What To Look For

Unfortunately cancer is very common in our beloved pups.  The numbers are not good, therefor it's a great idea to know what symptoms to be aware of that could signal possible cancer so you can treat early and hopefully effectively.



*Swellings or lumps that do not go away or grow larger
*Open sores that won't heal
*Collapsing
*Appetite loss
*Any blood or unusual discharge coming from the nose, mouth or rectum
*Unexplained or unwanted weight loss
*Trouble chewing or swallowing
*Lack of interest in normal activities
*Persistent diarrhea 
*Trouble eating or going to the bathroom
*Foul odors


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  1. We hate cancer! Thanks for a good post!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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