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Features March 2014 Issue

10 Cancer Warning Signs

Any of these should trigger a vet visit.

In dogs as in people, cancer does not generally start affecting lifestyle in all-of-a-sudden fashion. More often, signs of the disease progress gradually and can be rather insidious. There are 10 common warning signs that a dog may have cancer and should be taken to the veterinarian for a workup.

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