Are you unknowingly putting your pet at risk for cancer?

Posted by Dawn Jenness on

Here are some helpful hints to lower your pets risk of getting cancer.

What do you feed your pet?
Your pets' food is one of the most important things you can do to keep your pets safe and lower their risk of cancer dramatically. Your pets diet has a lot to do with their risk of cancer. Some believe that the commercial dog food industry created a more prevalent rate of cancer in dogs. Be sure your pet is following a healthy diet by feeding high quality food that is made with ingredients that are monitored and quality control is high. May we recommend Life's Abundance pet foods.

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Learn more about Life's Abundance for dogs and cats.

Dental Care for pets
Brush their teeth! I can't stress this enough. Not only does it help avoid oral cancers, but your pets dental disease risk also decreases, and that's important since it can affect your pets heart, liver and kidneys. And be sure to get a natural pet toothpaste and avoid the harmful chemicals.

Spaying or Neutering
Having your female dog spayed as late as possible in her puppy days, but before her first heat cycle, can reduce the probability of her developing mammary cancer. Having your male dog neutered will completely eliminate his risk for testicular cancer.

Avoid Pollutants
Keep your pet away from secondhand smoke, smog, fumes, chemicals, and dangerous household cleaners including air fresheners. Here's what I do. I use a warmer, add water and some all natural oils to add scent to my home.

Blood testing - early diagnoses
Annual check ups and blood tests are critical in early cancer diagnosis and should be done as often as your vet recommends, usual an annual check up is sufficient. Here are just a few things to watch out for and talk to your vet if you notice any of these:

Abnormal swellings that persist or continue to grow
Sores that do not heal
Weight loss
Loss of appetite
Difficulty eating or swallowing
Offensive odor
Reluctance to exercise or loss of stamina
Persistent lameness or stiffness
Difficulty breathing, urinating or defecating

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