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1 04, 2015

April 2015 Oncology Patient of the Month: Cody

Our patient of the month for April 2015 is the beautiful Cody. She is a very sweet German shepherd who is almost 12 years old. Cody first came to VRCC Oncology in March 2013 with a 2-week history of decreased appetite, increased water consumption and urination. Upon physical exam, her peripheral lymph nodes were found [...]

1 03, 2015

March 2015 Oncology Patient of the Month: Vail

Vail is our March 2015 patient of the month. He is a very handsome 9.5 year old, neutered male, lynx point Siamese cat who first came to VRCC Oncology in October of 2012 for a presumed diagnosis of intestinal lymphoma. He had presented to his family veterinarian about a week before coming to us, for [...]

26 07, 2013

Bone Tumors of the Ulna: A Chance to Save the Leg

Robyn Elmslie, DVM DACVIM (Oncology) Bone cancer, also known as osteosarcoma, is one of the most common cancers in dogs, particularly large breed dogs.  It most often develops in the large bones of the front (radius and humerus) and the large bones of the rear legs (femur and tibia).  The symptoms associated with bone cancer [...]

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