by Cláudio Correia

The Last Chance to Fix Your Dog Treats: Do You Need Euthanization?

It is not uncommon for dog owners to find out that their furry friends have hemangiosarcoma. This type of cancer affects the blood cells and can also be found in other tissues like muscle, skin, spleen, liver, and lymph nodes. If your dog’s condition is diagnosed early and received treatment right away, a cure is nearly 100%. However, if the tumor has spread to other organs and parts of the body, there is nothing about which you can do except euthanize your beloved four-legged friend. If your dog has lived with you for many years, chances are he will not suffer from this type of cancer again. If you have a young dog, there is still the chance that the cancer may not be aggressive. Researchers at Westminster Dog Show are advocating changes in practices and recommendations. They say that as long as you follow some basic steps of watchful observation, your dog will live a long life and do not need euthanasia. When to euthanize with hemangiosarcoma

when to euthanize a dog with hemangiosarcoma
when to euthanize a dog with hemangiosarcoma