Osteosarcoma is by far the most common form of bone cancer in dogs. About 75 to 85 percent of tumors occur on the legs, but can develop in any bone. Middle-aged and older large- and giant-breed dogs are most commonly affected. The first sign is usually limping, which may start suddenly, or develop gradually, and is often accompanied by swelling at the tumor site. Within one to three months, the pain will be constant, and the tumor can cause the bone to fracture. Radiographs (x-rays) are usually all that is needed to confirm the diagnosis.
Puppy Training & Nutrition
We asked WDJs contributors for their recommendations for things they cant imagine living without in their dog-care kits their favorite dog toys, training tools, and treats. Here are some of the products that made their lists of things that they must...
Dog Training & Behavior
Its important to be able to ask your dog to give something to you, especially something he is not supposed to have, and especially if youre frequenting public places where he might pick something that belongs to someone else or that might be harmful to him. If you only...
Generations ago, the assumption was that Lassies just simply came home. They may have meandered, they may have wandered, but for the most part, a dog on the loose wasnt something anyone batted an eye at.
Flying with a Carry-On Dog
So, Im flying this week with a small dog, a carry-on dog, in the cabin. Im transporting my daughter-in-laws dog from her previous home in...
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