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Canine leukaemia

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Canine leukaemia

The term leukaemia means an excess of white blood cells in the blood. It is a type of cancer, and like other cancers there are relatively benign forms and highly aggressive types. There are many forms of leukaemia affecting different types of white bloods and some forms are more serious than others. Although, it might sound very frightening if your pet is given a diagnosis of leukaemia it may not be as bad as you think.

What do white blood cells do?

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How will my vet know if my dog has leukaemia?

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Why does my dog have leukaemia?

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Why does my dog have leukaemia?

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Can my dog be treated for leukaemia?

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