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5 Things a Dog Might Do If They Have Cancer

Cancer is, unfortunately, a common illness in many dogs. There are many different types of cancer that dogs are susceptible to, and some breeds more prone to developing it than others. But just like people, any dog is at risk, especially as they get older. While cancer symptoms are typically the same as any other general illness, there are certain things watch out for. If you notice anything unusual, be sure to take your pup to the vet as soon as possible.

#1 – Change in Activity Level

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Many dogs become lethargic when they don’t feel well, and cancer will certainly keep your pup from feeling his best. While dogs will often slow down as they age, a sudden change in activity level should be considered abnormal. If you notice your dog has become less active, or even completely lethargic, be sure to have him checked out by a vet.

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