Breast Cancer in Pets

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Mammary gland tumors are common in dogs and cats, especially those that aren’t spayed or were spayed late in age. Dogs: • 25% (1 in 4) of un-spayed female dogs will get mammary cancer. Spaying a dog before their first heat will reduce the chance of breast cancer to almost zero. Early spaying is the best prevention and also if a cat has had kittens they’re less likely to get it. of Omaha, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Inc.

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