Tagged: pet cancer

Pet Cancer: Melanoma

Pets get melanoma too! But unlike people, it is not usually a result of too many hours lying on the beach. Canine melanoma on the skin presents as a pigmented or non-pigmented skin mass most commonly on the face, trunk, feet or scrotum. Feline melanoma on the skin presents on the head or ears. Oral melanoma grows inside the mouth.

Pet Cancer: Canine Histiocytoma

Not all tumors in dogs are bad news.  Canine Cutaneous Histiocytoma is a very common benign skin tumor that is seen mostly in young dogs under the age of three years, however it can be...

Pet Cancer: Mammary Cancer

Dogs and cats can get breast cancer, or mammary cancer just like people and the aggressive forms such as mammary carcinoma are just as nasty as they are in us. Mammary tumors occur most...

Pet Cancer: Lymphosarcoma

Lymphosarcoma (lymphoma) is a malignant cancer originating in lymphocytes, which are found in lymph nodes and pretty much all the organs and tissues around the body. It is probably the most common type of cancer in cats and not uncommon in dogs. Like most cancers, middle-aged to older animals are most at risk. However, lymphoma is unique in that it can be associated with feline leukaemia virus (FeLV) infection in cats. Cats that are infected with FeLV can develop feline lymphoma as young as three years of age.

New Pet Cancer Aid

Life Guard 4 Pets is a combination of active Glucosides, 2,6-Dimethoxy-p-benzoquinone, PSP, Amylase, Protease, that has been put through many different processes to achieve its remarkable capabilities. Life Guard 4 Pets works in many different ways, on a cellular level to destroy pet cancer cells or at the minimum, to weaken their ability to thrive while they are being bombarded with a toxic blast!