Tags: cancer

Canine Lymphoma – a new report is out

Canine Lymphoma is one of the most common forms of cancer experienced by our canine companions – its very aggressive and has a poor prognosis.  Nothing strikes fear into our hearts quite like the word cancer.  Although treatments and therapies are getting better and cures and life expectancy are on the up, still our first reaction on […]

Undescended Testicles – Rhodes 2 Safety

Undescended Testicles is also known as Cryptorchidism. When a male puppy is born, his testicles will still be within his abdomen.  As he developes and grows, they will slowly start to “descend” down the tubes until they arrive at their permanent place in his scrotum.  It is important for mammals to be able to keep their sperm […]

Enlarged Prostate

  An enlarged prostate is something that usually occurs in middle to older aged male dogs.  An enlarged prostate is the result of altered hormone levels and has many of the same symptoms as urinary obstruction due to blockages such as stones etc. An internal examination by your vet will usually diagnose an enlarged prostate […]

Tumours, Lumps & Bumps

Tumours, Lumps & Bumps – When you notice a lump on your dog, it’s very scary.  You instantly start thinking the worst as to what it could be, how long has it been there and whether you should have noticed it sooner.  The important thing is that now you HAVE noticed it, you need to keep […]