The symptoms of cancer in dogs can be difficult to recognise. If you are at all concerned about the health of your pet it is wise to have a timely veterinary examination. As with humans, when tumours are located early in the course of disease it is often possible to treat your pet with the aim of extending their lifespan whilst maintaining an excellent quality of life.
Advanced Vetcare provides services for both the medical and surgical treatment of cancer in animals. Our veterinary medical specialist, Dr Holloway, has extensive experience in the use of chemotherapy and immunotherapy, having lectured in oncology at the University of Melbourne Veterinary School for 7 years. He also has a keen interest in oncology and as such, is continually evolving his chemotherapy protocols to provide your pet with the longest and best quality of life possible.
Our medical oncology service is backed up by our specialist surgeons, who have spent many years excising complicated tumours and use modern surgical oncology techniques. These techniques include the latest in plastic surgical reconstruction.
Our modern CT scanner is very useful in detecting many cancers in dogs and cats.