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About Pet cancer

Pet cancerĀ is one of the most common causes of chronic disease and death in middle-aged to older dogs and cats. It is estimated that 33% of cats may die of cancer and that cancer kills 50% of dogs over 10 years of age.

Cancer is an overgrowth of cells that overwhelms your pet’s immune system. Any type of cell in your pet’s body can begin uncontrolled growth, including cells in the skin, bones, muscle, liver, lungs, spleen, intestinal tract, and the nervous system.

All living creatures have precancerous cells growing all of the time; however, when the immune system is healthy, these precancerous cells are kept in check. With prolonged drug suppression, stress, or immune system breakdown, the cancerous cells develop into a mass that absorbs vital nutrients, presses against surrounding tissues, and may eventually cause death.

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