3. Lethargy or Depression
If you notice your pet is not acting like itself sleeping more, less playful, less willing to go on walks or to exercise this can also be a sign of cancer. Once again, lethargy or depression is not a symptom confined to cancer, but an accumulation of any of these signs is reason enough to speak with your veterinarian.
2. Changes in Bathroom Habits
Changes in your pets urinary or bowel habits difficulty using the bathroom, frequent bathroom use, blood in urine or stool these are all potential signs of cancer.
1. Evidence of Pain
Limping or other evidence of pain while the pet is walking, running, or jumping is mostly associated with arthritic issues or joint or muscle diseases, but it can also be a sign of cancer (especially cancer of the bone).
Top 10 Signs of Cancer in Pets originally appeared on petMD.com
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