Soft tissue sarcoma is a type of cancer that develops in the soft tissues of the body, such as muscle, fat, and connective tissue.
The most common symptoms of soft tissue sarcoma in dogs are a lump or swelling, pain, and lameness. Other symptoms may include weight loss, lethargy, and changes in appetite.
Soft tissue sarcoma can occur anywhere in the body, but it is most common in the limbs, chest, and abdomen. It can also occur in the head, neck, and urogenital tract.
A diagnosis of soft tissue sarcoma is made by a veterinarian through a biopsy of the lump or swelling.
The treatment for soft tissue sarcoma in dogs depends on the size, location, and grade of the tumor.
The prognosis for soft tissue sarcoma in dogs depends on the size, location, and grade of the tumor.
Providing your dog with regular exercise