Detecting Cancer in Dogs
Detecting Cancer in Dogs. In dogs, the liver is considered as the largest organ. The size itself reflects the various functions it must perform to keep your dog healthy. Like in humans, the dog’s liver is responsible for processing biochemicals needed for growth, energy, nutrients, detoxification and disease eradication. In order to perform these extraordinary functions, the liver cells have to undergo very complex processes.
Because of the tasks that the liver must handle everyday, it’s obvious that of all organs, it gets the most exposure in terms of diseases, including liver cancer. As in humans, the dog’s liver is also a primary target for the majority of spreading cancers.
When the cancer originates in the liver itself, it is known a...Read More