When you first receive a cancer diagnosis in your pet, it might be all you can do just to keep it together. Few people are able to think in a calm, rational manner when receiving such potentially devastating news.
It is important to act quickly when it comes to this disease. The timing of cancer treatment in pets is extremely important, and it often can make an enormous difference when owners act quickly. We know that immediately after receiving a diagnosis, it can be difficult to think. That is where Veterinary Oncology Services and Research Center comes in to help guide you through the options.
Almost as soon as your family veterinarian has handed you the diagnosis of cancer, we want you to call us. Our staff are experts in the study and treatment of cancer, and we have all of the knowledge and tools at our disposal to offer the best possible outcome for your pet. Continue…
Chemotherapy is a valuable part of cancer treatment in both pets and people. It also holds a key role in treatment protocols for neoplastic processes of varying types. When we recommend veterinary chemotherapy for a patient at Veterinary Oncology Services and Research Center, we know that it is an integral part of cancer management for that particular patient.
For pet owners, the concept of chemotherapy can be scary. Knowing what to expect for your pet during treatment can help to ease your mind in the months to come.