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Although it’s more common in older dogs and larger breeds, bone cancer can strike dogs of any age and size. Learn more about bone cancer in dogs here.
Mast cell tumors are fairly common (representing about 10 to 20 percent of skin tumors in dogs). Learn about the diagnosis and removal of mast cell tumors in dogs here.
Mastitis is a painful and potentially dangerous bacterial infection of the mammary glands. Learn about the diagnosis and treatments of mastitis in dogs here.
While mast cell tumors are fairly common, they occur at a higher rate in certain breeds. Find out which breeds are at higher risk of mast cell tumors here.
There are three grades of mast cell tumors: Grade I (well-differentiated), Grade II (moderately differentiated) and Grade III (poorly differentiated). Learn more about grading mast cell tumors here.
Mastitis is a painful and potentially dangerous bacterial infection of the mammary glands. Learn how to prevent mastitis in dogs here.
Mast cell tumors are fairly common (representing about 10 to 20 percent of skin tumors in dogs). Learn how to identify a mast cell tumor on a dog here.
It is possible that a mast cell tumor will result in ulcers. Find out how this happens and what the sympoms are here.
Just hearing the word “tumor” in relation to your pet’s health can create all kinds of unsettling thoughts, but it doesn’t always indicate a grim prognosis. Read more.
Pets get many types of lumps and bumps that are benign or easily treatable, but not all lumps and bumps are. Find out what you should do if you find a lump or bump on your pet here.