If your pet is diagnosed with cancer, we know it can be a very distressing time. Our aim is to offer expertise and understanding to allow the best possible decisions to be made for your pet. We will discuss at length the diagnostic and treatment options that are appropriate for your dog or cat.
Our specialists in diagnostic imaging, surgery, clinical pathology and internal medicine work together with the Oncology team to offer the best possible care for your pet.
Our aim is to give expert and honest guidance and information allowing you to make the right choices for your pet.
Cancer treatments may include surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, palliative drug therapy, immunotherapy, metronomic chemotherapy or a combination of these. The aim of any treatment is to try and maintain the best possible quality of life for your pet, in what we know may be very difficult circumstances.
The types of cancer we often see include:
Lymphoid and myeloid cancers including lymphomas, myelomas and leukaemias
Mast cell tumours
Sarcomas including haemangiosarcomas, osteosarcomas, soft tissue sarcomas
Carcinomas including oral carcinomas, anal sac adenocarcinomas, thyroid carcinomas and bladder tumours