Cancer poses a significant risk to our beloved pets, particularly to aging and geriatric pets, but cancer doesn’t like rules and can also affect our younger generation.
Early cancer diagnoses and proper treatment can improve your pet’s quality of life and help him or her to live longer with fewer complications. You can be proactive in your pet’s well-being by observing your pet especially when petting and grooming and reporting any physical and behavioral changes you see to us.
Routine preventative care examinations are also important times that allow the veterinarians at Ingersoll Animal Hospital an opportunity to detect problems early, giving your pet the best chance at successful treatment and recovery.
There are more oncology options today than ever before, such as chemotherapy, radiation therapy, surgery, nutritional support, acupuncture, and clinical trials. Our pets do well in many cases with therapy, routinely handling chemotherapy with fewer complications than people. Our goal is to IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF THEIR LIFE WITH CANCER. We understand that this can be a difficult time for you and your pet. We want to assure you that our primary goal is to enhance your pet’s quality of life and provide the most appropriate treatment solutions to fight the disease.