Common Types of Cancer Found in Dogs


Malignant Hemangiosarcoma is one of the most aggressive types of cancers found in dogs and remission is rare,  but it has been achieved by some, (myself included). The key to successfully…  More


Fibrosarcoma is one of the most aggressive types of dog  cancer and due to it’s common location, amputation is very common. This is why it’s extremely important to take fast action… More


Lymphoma commonly affects younger dogs and aggressive treatments can often be used to achieve remission. Unfortunately however, the average remission period is only 8 months. To ensure the  More

Canine Breast Cancer

Malignant mammary tumors in dogs ,can be treated if detected early enough, and prompt action is taken, however it’s very likely that tumors may reoccur. In order to the best chance… More

Canine Liver Cancer

The liver is primarily responsible for processing  materials and detoxification by cleaning the bloodstream, it has incredibly important task, especially when dealing with cancer. Because of it’s important role and direct…  More

Canine Lung Cancer

Lung cancer in dogs is often the result of another type of cancer spreading to the lungs and not actually originating from the lungs. Even after lung cancer tumors are removed, the chance of cancer… More

Canine Bladder Cancer

Bladder cancer is a very aggressive type of canine cancer that’s found in the walls of the urinary tract. Diet is extremely important with this type of cancer for it often develops from direct… More

Canine Stomach Cancer

One of the most fatal types of cancer a dog can develop is stomach cancer. Canine Stomach Cancer is not one of the more common types of cancer found in dogs, but it has been on… More


Osteosarcoma (OSA) is the common type of bone cancer found in dogs. It’s makes up a relatively small amount of tumors found in dogs, however there has been a noticeable increase… More

Canine Pancreatic Cancer

The pancreas performs a very important function in the digestive tract, and it’s important to understand its role in order to understand what’s causing the rise in pancreatic complications… More