What Is Canine Osteosarcoma?

Answer Canine osteosarcoma is the most common type of bone cancer, affecting over 8,000 dogs in the U.S. each year. It typically manifests in the limbs, but may appear in the spine, pelvis and skull. Whil... Read More »

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Can osteoporosis drug treatment be used for canine osteosarcoma?

On One Hand: Bone TheoryTheory holds that since canine osteosarcoma affects the bones of a canine, maybe drugs for osteoporosis would be able to have some kind of positive effect. While this might ... Read More »

Can you die from osteosarcoma?

Osteosarcoma is a type of bone cancer common in adolescents. Removal of the tumor and chemotherapy are typical treatments for this type of cancer. Osteosarcoma has a high survival rate. However, th... Read More »

What is osteosarcoma in dogs?

Also known as dog bone tumor cancer, osteosarcoma is an extremely aggressive and painful condition which often requires amputation of the affected limb in order to save the life of the canine.Occur... Read More »

Causes of Canine Epilepsy?

Epilepsy is the term used to describe a condition where a dog suffers many seizures. Primary epilepsy has no known cause, but secondary epilepsy has many. Secondary epilepsy is not a disease in its... Read More »