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Lymphoma in Dogs

Canine Lymphoma is cancer of the lymphatic tissue. Currently 5 types of lymphoma in dogs have been identified:

  • Cutaneous lymphoma
  • Extranodal lymphoma
  • Medistinal lymphoma
  • Alimentary lymphoma
  • Multicentric lymphoma

Lymphoma accounts for 7-24% of all tumors in dogs and is the leading cause of canine hematopoietic malignancies. Regardless of the type of lymphoma that a dog has, it will be in one of five stages.  Treating lymphoma in dogs varies greatly depending on the type and stage of the cancer which can affect cost and qualify of life. Regardless of whether you choose to pursue chemotherapy and conventional veterinary care, using a cancer diet along with a few proven natural supplements can only help.   Recommended by veterinary oncologists, the Pet Cancer Supplement Package contains powerful nutrients proven to fight lymphoma and has helped dogs live longer and even handle chemotherapy with an improved quality of life.   Amazing Omegas are superior quality, highly therapeutic Omega 3 fatty acids proven to help fight cancer. 

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(Scroll down to learn more about canine lymphoma, causes and symptoms)

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Importance of the Lymphatic System

The lymphatic system is a core part of your dog's immune system, which acts as an extensive drainage network that defends the body against infections. It is comprised of a network of lymphatic vessels that carry lymph (a clear, watery fluid that contains protein, salts, glucose and other substances) throughout the body. The lymphatic system also serves as a low-pressure drainage system that collects interstitial fluid throughout the body and returns it to the bloodstream.

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Cutaneous Lymphoma in Dogs

While not the most common form of lymphoma (that would be multicentric lymphoma) cutaneous lymphoma in dogs is one of the easiest to identify early on and has shown advancement in treatment options.

When a dog has cutaneous lymphoma they will develop red lumps on the skin, which is where the cancer originates. Symptoms of cutaneous lymphoma include ulcers, nodules, hair loss, itching, scaling and the dog may exhibit oral problems such as nodules or lesions on the lips and gums.

Causes of Lymphoma in Dogs

The causes of lymphoma in dogs are still largely unknown. However, through recent studies it is believed that environmental factors have a huge impact. The studies found that dogs in homes where chemicals such as solvents were heavily used or where 24-D herbicides were used on lawns had a higher instance of getting lymphoma.

Symptoms of Lymphoma in Dogs

The symptoms of lymphoma in dogs will vary depending on the type of lymphoma present. However, the most common sign of lymphoma in dogs is a painless enlargement of the lymph nodes.