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Did you know that cancer in pets is common? In fact, this year, about six million dogs and six million cats will be diagnosed with the illness. Although a cancer diagnosis for your pet can be upsetting, it does not necessarily mean there is no hope. With today’s modern advances in veterinary cancer care, some pets are living longer, more fulfilled lives. In some cases, certain cancer types in pets can go into a long remission. However, it’s important to note that not all cancers are the same. For this reason, it’s vital to do your research and learn about your pet’s illness. Reach out to your veterinarian with any questions and concerns, as he or she should be able to guide you through this difficult journey.
For more steps to take after a pet cancer diagnosis, see the accompanying resource.
Graphic created by PetCure Oncology.