Veterinarians offer cancer prevention recommendations

11/2/2011 | WDSU-TV (New Orleans)

Animals often don't show any obvious symptoms of cancer until after the disease is advanced, but there are measures owners can take to reduce the chances of cancer striking or advancing in their pet including spaying and neutering, feeding an appropriate food and having yearly wellness exams. "Early detection is always the best," says veterinarian Blaine Firmin.

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