Lung cancer is a rare type of cancer that develops in the lungs of dogs.
The most common symptoms of lung cancer in dogs are a persistent cough, difficulty breathing, weight loss, and loss of appetite.
A diagnosis of lung cancer in dogs is made by a veterinarian through a combination of tests, including X-rays, ultrasound, and a biopsy of the tumor.
The treatment for lung cancer in dogs depends on the size, location, and stage of the cancer.
The prognosis for lung cancer in dogs is guarded. The overall survival rate for dogs with lung cancer is about 20%.
Keeping your dog at a healthy weight