Early Pet Cancer Warning Signs, As Identified By
The Veterinary Cancer Society.
- Persistent, abnormal swelling
- Sores that do not heal
- Loss of weight
- Loss of appetite
- Bleeding or discharge from any body opening
- Offensive odor
- Difficulty eating or swallowing
- Hesitation to exercise or loss of stamina
- Persistent lameness or stiffness
- Difficulty breathing, urinating or defecating
- If your pet has any of these early warning signs, visit your veterinarian as soon as possible for a complete examination.
Morris Animal Foundation's Canine Lifetime Health Project is a groundbreaking, long-term effort to learn how to prevent cancer and other canine diseases. The project will determine the genetic, nutritional and environmental risk factors for cancer and other diseases that affect dogs and is the largest and longest study of dogs ever undertaken. Structured as a ten year study with over 2,500 dogs this study will surely give us groundbreaking information and new data that will help us find a cure!
Working with scientists, veterinarians and dog parents, Morris Animal Foundation is helping to prevent canine diseases so dogs can live longer, healthier lives.
Welcome to Stine Vet's New Website
Stine Veterinary Hospital & Bakersfield Spay Clinic is a full service Veterinary Hospital, serving Bakersfield and Kern County's pets since 1980. Whether your dog or cat needs a xray, spay, nueter, vaccine, flea treatment or just a checkup, we'd be happy to welcome your furry family member into our hospital.
Feb. 27: International Polar Bear Day Click here for some myth busters
Always fun to dress your pet up and have some fun...
December 27 is national visit the Zoo Day Click for more details...
Veterinary technicians are critical to the day-to-day function of veterinary practices.....
World Rabies Day is an initiative of the Global Alliance for Rabies Control