With pets living longer lives now due to better care, we are diagnosing more cases of cancer in pets than we did ten years ago. Fortunately, many cancers in pets can be diagnosed quickly which allows us to explore all of the treatment options available. Diagnostic tests may include a needle biopsy or tissue biopsy and there are now blood tests that are able to detect certain cancer markers. Treatments may include surgery, chemotherapy and possibly referral for radiation. Our caring veterinary team has the skills and expertise to guide you through the process and develop an individualized plan for your pet.