Canine bowel cancer is also known as canine intestinal cancer. This disease is most commonly seen in older dogs (at least 10 years of age). Canine intestinal cancer is also most often found in male dogs.
Symptoms of bowel cancer include vomiting/projectile vomiting, diarrhoea, weight loss and appetite loss.
Your veterinarian will perform a phsyical examination followed by diagnostic tests including blood count, blood tests, urinalysis, X-rays, ultrasounds and biopsies.
Surgery and chemotherapy are the most common forms of treatment for canine bowel cancer, however, homeopathic immune boosters are also used in some cases.
Canine bowel cancer, when diagnosed and treated early, can go into remission within one to two years. However, if diagnosed and treated in the advanced stages, the cancer may be fatal.
Canine bowel cancer can spread to other organs quickly, so prompt veterinary treatment is key to the survival of your dog.
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