The simplest definition of cancer is the abnormal growth of cells. Normally, cells grow, divide, and then die in that order. Anything varying from this is considered abnormal. When your dog is young and small, its cells increase rapidly in the usual manner until it reaches adulthood. Cancer cells do not die. Instead, the abnormal cells continue multiplying, eventually becoming a health problem.
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Just like with humans, dogs are also susceptible to health problems. These issues can range from minor infections to chronic ailments such as Cancers. As such, it is essential for you as a pet owner to identify, keep track, and take appropriate measures to ensure your furry family member remains healthy. One of the best ways you