May is Pet Cancer Awareness Month
It is probably safe to say that everyone has either had a pet affected by cancer or knows someone who has a pet that was affected by cancer. This is why annual exams and bloodwork are key to your pets’ health. Cancer can present itself as small as a little bump on your pet’s leg or it can be something internal, not seen by the eyes. It is important to inform your veterinarian of any new and concerning growths you may notice or any significant changes in daily life, especially if you have an older pet. With early intervention, we open the door for more treatment options or possibly even recovery! We truly hope that each and every one of your pets lives a long and healthy life, so let us help you achieve that goal.