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How Long Can a Dog Live After Being Diagnosed With Cancer?

How Long Can a Dog Live After Being Diagnosed With Cancer?

While we do everything we can to keep our canine companions safe and healthy, unexpected illnesses can happen. Cancer is a condition that can affect all dogs regardless of size, breed or age. Here our Springfield veterinary specialists discuss veterinary oncology and how long a dog typically lives after being diagnosed with cancer.

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Cat Skin Cancer

Cat Skin Cancer

Sadly our feline friends can be affected by a number of different types of cancer including skin cancer. In this post, our Springfield veterinarians share some information about skin cancer in cats such as the symptoms, and how it is diagnosed and treated.

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Bone Cancer in Dogs

Bone Cancer in Dogs

Bone cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in dogs. Here, our Springfield vets discuss the symptoms and treatment of bone cancer in dogs.

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TPLO Surgery in Dogs & Cats

TPLO Surgery in Dogs & Cats

In order to help your pet walk and run they have a ligament called the CCL which functions much like your ACL. Unfortunately, like our ACL, this ligament can also rupture in pets causing serious pain and injury. Here, our Springfield vets talk about the CCL in dogs and cats and when TPLO surgery may be needed to repair this ligament and help your dog become mobile again.

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Osteosarcoma in Dogs

Osteosarcoma in Dogs

Bone cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in dogs and must be detected and treated in its very earliest stages to achieve the best possible outcomes. Here, our Springfield vets go into more detail about osteosarcoma in dogs and how it is treated. 

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Vestibular Disease in Cats

Vestibular Disease in Cats

It can be scary and upsetting to see your beloved cat suffer the symptoms of vestibular disease. Here, our Springfield veterinarians discuss the truths and symptoms of vestibular disease in cats.

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Seizures in Dogs

Seizures in Dogs

Watching your dog suffer from a seizure can be very scary. Our Springfield vets share below how to remain calm during your dog's seizure and what to do in this situation.

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Using Diet to Treat Arthritis in Cats

Using Diet to Treat Arthritis in Cats

Roughly 20% of cats experience osteoarthritis or some form of joint deterioration in one or more joints during their lifetime. In this post, our Springfield vets discuss arthritis in cats and how their diet can help manage this condition.

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Vestibular Disease Dogs

Vestibular Disease Dogs

If your dog begins to appear off-balance, stagger or walk in circles it can be quite concerning. These are all symptoms that point to vestibular disease which can affect the brain and inner or middle ear of your dog. In today's blog, our vet neurologists in Springfield talk about the effects of vestibular disease in dogs as well as the causes and treatment options.

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Scabby Cat Disease: How to Treat Feline Miliary Dermatitis

Scabby Cat Disease: How to Treat Feline Miliary Dermatitis

Miliary dermatitis is skin disease found only in cats. It leads to 'scabby' skin and discomfort. In this post, our Springfield vets discuss miliary dermatitis in cats, what causes it, and how it is treated.

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