Top 10 signs of cancer in pets
Is just being lethargic enough cause for alarm that something life threatening is wrong with your pet? Vetstreet.com just put out a list of the biggest warning signs that no pet owner wants to think about but ought to know, the signs your pet may have cancer. Years ago these things were barely treated. Veterinary medicine has come a long way, so you may want to know.
- Bleeding or discharge from any place on the body, such as the mouth, eyes or nose, or in the urine
- Change in urination or defecation habits
- Sores that do not heal
- Bad smell from the mouth or body
- Difficulty chewing or swallowing
- Loss of energy; reluctance to exercise
- Loss of appetite
- Weight loss
- Swellings or lumps that enlarge
- Lameness or stiffness
Don't panic if your pet has one of these, as it could be from other issues as well. If you want to read more, click here.