Pet Skin Cancer: Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Animal Skin and Allergy Clinic has the expertise and training to properly diagnose and treat your pet’s squamous cell carcinoma. Squamous cell carcinoma is a form of pet skin cancer that can occur in dogs or cats. A correct diagnosis of your pet’s skin ailment will ensure the best possible outcome.
Signs of Cancer: Diagnosing Pet Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Pet squamous cell carcinoma lesions may have a wart-like appearance. Careful diagnostic testing and expertise is required to differentiate these lesions from others with similar shape and appearance. Our highly trained veterinary team, coupled with our diagnostic capabilities, allows us to determine the underlying cause of your pet’s skin condition. We will discuss all of your pet’s treatment options and customize a treatment plan to promote your pet’s health, longevity, and quality of life.
Treating Pet Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Your pet’s safety and comfort are of paramount importance during all diagnostic testing and treatments at our clinic. Our compassionate veterinary team understands the stress and anxiety of an ailing pet. Our skilled staff and advanced surgical suite ensure your pet is receiving the best possible care.
Pet squamous cell carcinomas can often be removed by laser surgery, which prevents the spread of the cancer to other sites. If detected and removed in the early stages, the treatment can be curative.
Please contact us to schedule an appointment. Early detection results in the best possible outcome for your pet. We are available to discuss any questions you may have regarding our pet squamous cell carcinoma diagnostic or treatment procedures.