🦴 In this vlog, Dr Sue covers everything you need to know when you dealing with osteosarcoma in your dog 🦴Osteosarcoma is the most common primary canine bone cancer in dogs, and it is locally aggressive and highly metastatic (high spread rate). Dr Sue will address why we need to think about 2 battlefronts when fighting this cancer 🦴Early diagnostics are key. Which ones do you need to do? And which ones can you skip? 🦴 To determine the best treatment plan for your dog, it is important to understand all you can about this cancer including who is at risk, what tests to run, prognostic factors, and treatment options. 🦴 Stay tuned and be sure to subscribe so you can check out part 2 where Dr Sue will break down all the treatment options including chemotherapy, new immunotherapy, pain control options, radiation therapy. She will cover the efficacy of the various protocols. Check out vlog 67 which is all about amputation. (Link below) 🦴Osteosarcoma is a treatable cancer. Dogs treated with local therapy and chemotherapy live significantly longer than dogs without treatment and with local therapy only, and chemotherapy is generally well-tolerated in most dogs. #Kickcancersbutt
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Dr Sue’s Radio ShowOn The Pet Cancer Vet Dr Sue Ettinger takes pre-arranged calls from pet owners with a dog or cat with cancer to give information, support and hope. Click here to listen on The Radio Pet Lady Network.