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Tips to Prevent Cancerin Your Dog
With the number of cancer cases on the rise in dogs, pet owners are fearful oftheir dog being diagnosed with this dreadful...
De-sexingOne of the most common kinds of cancer in dogs is that of thereproductive organs. Along with the numerous other h...
Avoid indoor pollutionIndoor pollutants like cigarette smoke, which is known to increase therisk of cancer in both humans ...
On-road precautionsWhen travelling, e.g. to the vet or the park, your pet can be exposed tothe traffic pollution and the o...
A healthy natural dietAnimal and plant by-products or chemical preservatives and additives,which could be present in packa...
Regular check-upsEarly detection of cancer often means easier and quicker treatmentand reduced risk of fatality. Regular c...
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Tips to prevent cancer in your dog

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With the number of cancer cases on the rise in dogs, pet owners are fearful of their dog being diagnosed with this dreadful and expensive-to-treat condition. Most owners wonder why this is happening or what they can do to prevent it.

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Tips to prevent cancer in your dog

  1. 1. Tips to Prevent Cancerin Your Dog
  2. 2. With the number of cancer cases on the rise in dogs, pet owners are fearful oftheir dog being diagnosed with this dreadful and expensive-to-treat condition.Most owners wonder why this is happening or what they can do to prevent it.Cancer coverage in available with most , which can help youcope with the financial setback that results from your dog being diagnosed withcancer, but as the popular wisdom says, prevention is better than cure.The good news is that with all the research being done in this field, expertsadvise that certain practices could actually reduce the chances of your caninefriend getting cancer.
  3. 3. De-sexingOne of the most common kinds of cancer in dogs is that of thereproductive organs. Along with the numerous other healthbenefits, de-sexing or removal of the reproductive organs eliminatesthe risk of ovarian / testicular cancer in canines.
  4. 4. Avoid indoor pollutionIndoor pollutants like cigarette smoke, which is known to increase therisk of cancer in both humans as well as animals, should be avoided.Other indoor pollutants include strong and harsh chemicals used aspesticides and household cleaners. As far as possible, it is advisable toreplace these with natural products like vinegar, baking soda etc.
  5. 5. On-road precautionsWhen travelling, e.g. to the vet or the park, your pet can be exposed tothe traffic pollution and the oxidants in the exhaust gases of vehicles, iftravelling in uncovered / open vehicles like the back of a pick-up truck.Avoiding such situations by having your dog travel inside of a car canhelp reduce the chances of cancer.
  6. 6. A healthy natural dietAnimal and plant by-products or chemical preservatives and additives,which could be present in packaged pet-food, are also known toincrease the chances of cancer in canines. To minimize this risk, choosethe brands of pet-food carefully and prefer natural wholesome diet foryour pet as much as possible.
  7. 7. Regular check-upsEarly detection of cancer often means easier and quicker treatmentand reduced risk of fatality. Regular check-ups can help detect cancer atan early stage. is often a saviour when it comes to cancer treatment indogs. While the emotional and physical stress can only be reducedthrough steps taken for prevention or early diagnosis, the financialstress can be overcome through pet insurance. Pet insurance is anoption worth exploring.

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