Cancer can affect our much-loved pets, just as it does friends and family. Nowadays, thanks to progress in veterinary cancer medicine, many patients can be cured and many others achieve remission.
Every decision we make in the management of our cancer patients is guided by the illness and the effect of therapy on the pet's quality of life. For many diagnoses, conventional treatments like surgery and chemotherapy are required, and a balanced decision about the potential risks and potential benefits of therapy needs to be made. These treatments must also be compared with other treatment possibilities.
Our team has extensive experience of oncology, and works closely with our diagnostic imaging and anaesthesia teams to ensure the best possible outcome. They pride themselves on their sympathetic, understanding approach and will explain all options available to you, providing support and guidance for any difficult decisions you may face.