Signs & Symptoms of Oral Cancer in Dogs

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    Lumps in Mouth

    Oral Discharge

    • The bulldog is one breed that tends to drool profusely.Bulldog de profil image by Olivier from

      Occasional mouth trauma is understandable, since pets can pick up hardened or sharp foreign objects. However, regular bleeding or discomfort is a sign of oral cancer. Growths in the mouth can and will affect the gums, leading to irritation, tooth loss and continual, accelerated bleeding. Drooling is also a sign. However, since certain breeds are prone to drooling, discerning the difference will require extra vigilance for some owners.

    Eating/Chewing Issues

    Bad Breath

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