Posts Tagged ‘ cancer ’

Second-hand smoke increases cancer risk in cats

July 10, 2012
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Second-hand smoke increases cancer risk in cats

This article was recently forwarded to me by a colleague of mine and I felt it was worth sharing with all of you. As the article indicates, we now know that second-hand smoke isn’t good for the human population. Now, we’re finding that second-hand smoke adversely affects our animals as well. A study conducted...

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Things You Can Do To Help Prevent Cancer In Your Pet

December 31, 2010
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Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in pets of all ages.  Just like people and the association of cancers with tobacco smoke, alcohol and red meat consumption; pets have their own associations and risk factors.  You cannot prevent cancer in your pet, but you can minimize their chances  of  developing it...

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What Caused My Pet’s Cancer?

December 21, 2010
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Cancer is the most common cause of death in dogs and cats over the age of 10.  Sometimes this disease is slowly progressive over months and years.  Other times , it strikes without warning with no time to prepare for the death and loss of a loved companion.  It is this latter situation that is so...

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