Keep the home smoke-free.
Keep an eye on your pet's weight obesity is a risk for cancer. Feeding poor-quality foods or an imbalanced diet may also increase the cancer risk.
There are certain breeds of dogs and cats that are prone to cancer. Learn about different diseases before you purchase your pet. Regular visits to the vet will help identify abnormalities.
Exposure to sunlight can increase the risk of some cancers. Be sure your dog or cat can get out of the sun.
Adding vegetables to your dog's diet may help decrease cancer risk.
Each month look in your pet's mouth and ears and run your hands on your pet's body to see if you feel any lumps. Early detection is the best way to treat diseases.
Regular exercise will keep your pet mentally stimulated and physically in shape this will help lower the chance of health problems.
Put your pet in another room when using paints and solvents.
Your dog or cat's behavior changes are often a signal that they are not feeling well. Learn your pet's sleeping and eating habits. If you see a demeanor shift could be an early sign of disease.
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