Ear Tumors in Dogs?

Answer Growths in a dog's ear can be either benign or malignant (cancerous). The cause of ear tumors in dogs is generally unknown, but chronic inflammation may predispose a dog to developing a tumor. Ear ... Read More »

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Leg Tumors in Dogs?

Older large-breed and giant-breed dogs are susceptible to osteosarcoma, or bone cancer, which primarily targets the hind limbs and often requires amputation. Only about 5 percent of all canine canc... Read More »

Gum Tumors in Dogs?

There are three main types of tumors found in a dog’s gum: fibromatous epulis, ossifying epulis and acanthomatous epulis, according to veterinarian Daniel A. Degner. Unlike tumors found in other ... Read More »

Hard Tumors in Dogs?

The term "tumor" means abnormal growth. Hard tumors in dogs do not automatically mean cancer. Many things cause tumors in dogs, from mites to disease. Catch them early by visiting your veterinarian... Read More »

Pancreatic Tumors in Dogs?

Pancreatic tumors in dogs are very serious and possibly life-threatening. The pancreas is located in the abdominal cavity and is responsible for the production of hormones and promotes digestion. I... Read More »