Canis ISSN: 2398-2942

Cancer treatment - radiotherapy Owner Factsheet

Pets today are healthier and, in general, living longer than ever before. However the increasing numbers of ageing pets mean that they are at increasing risk of developing cancer later in life. It can be very frightening when you hear that your pet has cancer but veterinary care has advanced rapidly over recent years and there may well be an effective treatment for your pet.

What is Radiotherapy?

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Why does my pet need radiotherapy?

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Why does my pet need so many treatments?

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Is my pet going to be ill during treatment?

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Will my pet have to stay in hospital?

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Why does my pet need an anaesthetic for radiotherapy?

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How should my pet be prepared before radiotherapy?

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What are the risks of radiotherapy?

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How should I care for my pet when they come home?

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