Dog nose cancer is more common than you might think. It is also incredibly serious. Knowing the symptoms and signs to look out for can make all the difference in outcome, allow your dog to access different treatment options and have an impact on life expectancy. If the nose cancer can be picked up before it has become too advanced, the surgery to remove the nasal tumor might be possible.
Either way, chemotherapy and radiotherapy are other treatment options. Using both together is best, but even then the prognosis is not great.
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