Anal cancer in dogs
Anal Gland Cancer in Dogs
Anal sac adenocarcinoma is reported to represent 2% of all skin tumors and 17% of perianal tumors in dogs. 1,2 So although it is an uncommon tumor, it is locally. By Dr. Becker. Thankfully, cancer of the anal glands, also called adenocarcinoma, is not a common disease in dogs and is even more rare in kitties. Anal glands can cause many problems in dogs, including cancer.
One of the few side-effects of the chemo beads is that they can slow down healing. They understood that rather than quantity of life survival time , they should focus on quality of life. Because these aggressive tumors may be hard to spot, a routine rectal examination is recommended in all dogs to increase the likelihood of early detection. What else can we do besides surgery? To be given the gift of life is remarkable.
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