Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Southern Ontario
I quoted and provided a link from a CANCER vet.
The risks of all the more aggressive cancers are greater and harder to treat w/more discomfort drugs aggressive treatment and high mortality rate.
Just do a forum search on hemagiosarcoma and see what these dogs and owners went through. In fact there is a sticky at the top of "health issues"
Bone cancer, lymphoma, bladder cancer are all higher. My neighbours husband died from bladder cancer.
If not enough, then google hormone imbalances and how they relate to itchy skin, hair loss, cushings, hypothyroidism...not just about cancer.
Would you remove the ovaries of a 12 yr old girl? Think about women who have hysterectomies at child bearing years...forced into early menopause and the side effects of.
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