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by Suzie Cyrenne February 10, 2023 4 min read
While all dogs are prone to cancer, there are specific breeds that are more vulnerable to this serious disease compared to others. And we’re going to have a rundown of what these dog breeds are in just a few moments.
But before I walk you through what these breeds are, let me just give a short background on the possible causes of cancer in dogs to give you an overview of the things to steer clear from…
Although no definite cause for dog cancer is pinpointed until now, there are a few factors that are thought to increase the risk for this illness. These include age, genetics, environmental factors, as well as an underlying health problem that your canine family member may be going through.
Moreover, it is even theorized that not spaying or neutering your dog could also make the risk for cancer escalate. You can find out more about these possible causes of cancer in dogs when you click here.
I’d just like to emphasize one very important thing before we continue…
It doesn’t mean that your dog is guaranteed to have cancer if you can find his breed in this list. On the other hand, it also doesn’t follow that your canine family member won’t have cancer in dogs if you don’t see his lineage here.
I am basically highlighting the breeds that are often at risk of various types of cancer in dogs based on statistical data. And now we’ve got that out of the bag, here are the breeds that are vulnerable to canine cancer:
Besides bladder cancer and osteosarcoma, Beagles are also prone to developing lymphoma and mast cell tumors. Additionally, the highest incidence of cancer in dogs among beagles mainly affects those already in their older or senior years.
While Bernese mountain dogs are deemed to be primarily vulnerable to mast cell tumors, they can also be at risk of malignant histiocytosis, a more uncommon form of cancer that affects the bone marrow.
Boxers are often associated with mast cell tumors, which they tend to get even at an early age. The vulnerability of this breed to cancer is also linked with high rates of cardiomyopathy and hip dysplasia. Additionally, the incidence of brain cancer among boxers is also quite notable.
This breed, which is often characterized as one of the most intuitive sporting dogs, is also considered as high risk to mammary cancer and mast cell tumors. It is even speculated that over 30% of tumors found in English Cocker Spaniels turn out to be malignant.
Osteosarcoma or bone cancer is remarkably observed among Doberman Pinschers. It is often indicated by the presence of unusual lumps in their legs and shoulders. Moreover, this breed is also prone to melanoma, mammary cancer as well as prostate cancer.
Considered as one of the best watchdog and guardian breeds, a German Shepherd is typically prone to hemangiosarcoma (or cancer of the blood vessels) as well as bone cancer in dogs. Unfortunately, they are also vulnerable to internal bleeding when these cancers develop.
Great Danes often fall victim to dog bone cancer, which often affects their very long limbs. Additionally, this breed is also linked with cases of cardiomyopathy and gastric torsion. What’s really interesting is that a Great Dane’s coat color is speculated to be related to his risk of developing cancer in dogs.
Rottweilers are deemed as ideal guardians due to their fierce loyalty and innate protectiveness. However, this breed is also plagued with a very high risk of developing a number of dog cancers, particularly those affecting the blood vessels, soft tissues, bones, and lymph nodes.
Known as one of the breeds that can be easily trained, Standard Poodles are also very prone to squamous cell carcinoma of the digit or SCCD, which affects the skin of the nail beds. This type of cancer in dogs is often observed in Standard Poodles with black or mostly black coats.
If we’re being honest, cancer in dogs can still affect your canine family member no matter how healthy or robust he may be. This is why having a reliable natural support in your home pet care checklist, such as PIPTOPET-ADVANCED, is really an advantage when it comes to canine cancer.
PIPTOPET-ADVANCED features PIPTOPET, which is made from a scientifically-proven anticancer mushroom called Fomitopsis Betulina, and TONICPET #4 that is designed to transport oxygen to all parts of the body as well as promote your pet’s overall immune system health.
This advanced kit is also made with premium ingredients and a gentle holistic approach to really help you achieve the quality of life you’ve always wanted for your canine family member even during cancer in dogs.
While there are certain breeds that are predisposed to cancer in dogs, this terrible disease can still possibly affect your dog without warning. And reaching out to a professional is a must whenever you notice that your pet is going through some sudden health issue.
Make sure you contact usas soon as possible so we can walk you through the best course of action using natural means. We’re available to connect with you at any time to help straight away.
HOMEOPATH & CO-FOUNDER OF ZUMALKA
Suzie Cyrenne co-founded Zumalka over five years ago, and has worked in naturopathic pet medicine for more than six. Day-to-day, she works as the lead manager for the Zumalka staff and specializes in training the team to have thorough knowledge of pet health and the company’s extensive line of naturopathic remedies.
Suzie has gained a lot of experience from years spent in the pet health field and she earned her degree in Homeopathy at the School of Classical Homeopathy in Quebec, Canada, (a partner of the European Academy of Natural Medicine (AEMN) in France).
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