- Generalized lymph node enlargement (swollen glands)
- Weight loss & loss of appetite
- Increased drinking/urination
- Vomiting and/or diarrhoea
- Difficulty breathing
Once the dog's cancer is identified, it is "staged," meaning the progression of the disease is determined. Then a treatment plan can be decided upon. Canines have many of the same treatment options as humans do, including chemotherapy.
Who knew that our furry friends risk the same battles with NHL as we do?