Feline oral squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is the most common cancer in the mouth in cats. This is a challenging cancer to find early and treat.
Thank you so much for the love and support for me after Vlog 123 (In case you missed it, the link is below). Because of that love and support, I am back to share a wide range of cancer tips you won’t want to miss if your dog or cat has been diagnosed with cancer. Over the years I have seen many pet owners make the same mistakes and struggle with similar worries, and I want to help you avoid them.
Who am I, why do I make these videos, and why I am so sick and tired of it? Yes, I am considering stopping. Find out why. You will have to watch to the end to find out what I decided to do.
Finding out your pet has cancer or might have cancer is overwhelming. What do you need to do? In this vlog, Dr Sue provides 5 tips to get you organized and prepared. You don’t want to miss this one. Which tip was your favorite?
Early detection is important because when cancer is found early, it may be easier to treat. By the time symptoms appear, cancer may have begun to spread and more challenging. A common frustration is that we find cancer when it has already spread or the tumor is too big for surgery. In this vlog Dr Sue gives you her tips, which tests we should do, how often, things we can do to find cancer earlier.
In this vlog, Dr Sue tells you the most important things you need to know when your dog is diagnosed with lymphoma. Then for each tip, she provides links to her other vlogs with even more information.