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Breeds at Risk for Cancer

Mast Cell Tumors (MCTs) | What are They?  Mast cell tumors are typically raised, red skin nodules, although they can also be...

Coping With the Loss of a Pet

We Don’t Talk (Enough) About Pet Grief & Loss So many in our community reach out to us at ACF about...

Navigating a New Diagnosis of Cancer

ACF’s mission is to help inform the general public of the significant impact comparative oncology has on development of cancer knowledge...

Lipomas in Dogs: What You Need to Know

Lipomas are a fairly common benign fatty tumor seen in many senior dogs. Find out how to identify a lipoma, what...

How to Identify, Treat & Prevent Skin Cancer in Dogs

You notice a skin lesion on your dog. Could it be skin cancer? Learn why skin cancer in dogs might occur,...

Things We Wish We Knew When Our Pets Were Diagnosed with Cancer

Remember, your pet is an individual not a cancer diagnosis. When attending your first consult with a veterinary oncologist, ask a...

Multiple Myeloma in Dogs

This form of cancer has no cure, but learn how to treat it early for a much better outcome.

Dog Weight Loss

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Cat Weight Loss

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