Oftentimes, we humans prefer being with our dog more than our spouse! That’s why when our best buddy (the dog) becomes ill, it’s as tough for us as it is for them.

We vaccinate for kennel cough, and of course we always watch for worms. But lymphoma is something we rarely anticipate.

Canine lymphoma is generally not painful for your pup. This means the owner may not be aware that their dog has contracted this disease. Symptoms may include:

Swollen Lymph Nodes
Respiratory Distress

If your pup is displaying any of these symptoms (or shows signs of other unusual behavior) make an appointment with your veterinarian. Canine lymphoma can be treated, but it’s a complex disease with many factors that can impact your dog’s health.

Early diagnosis is always preferable.

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