Canine cancer is a common health issue in dogs, with various types affecting different breeds and ages. The survivability of dogs with cancer depends on several factors, including the type of cancer, its stage and location, the overall health of the dog, and the course of treatment chosen by the owner and veterinarian.
Some types of canine cancer have a higher rate of survivability with treatment, such as lymphoma and testicular cancer, while others like bone cancer and pancreatic cancer have a lower rate of survival. Early detection and prompt treatment can improve the chances of survival for dogs with cancer.
It’s important to note that cancer treatment in dogs has gotten less costly and challenging, and the outcomes are becoming more favorable thanks to our Canine Autologous Cancer Vaccine (K9-ACV) which will improve and extend the quality of life for your dog.
K9-ACV is designed for all operable canine tumors.