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Cancer Treatment & Care for Cats & Dogs

At The Gentle Vet, we understand the profound impact a cancer diagnosis can have on both pets and their families. Our 24-hour pet clinic in Singapore is devoted to providing compassionate and advanced cancer treatment for cats and dogs, ensuring they receive the best possible care during this challenging time.

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Our clinic offers a range of cancer treatment options tailored to the individual needs of each pet:

Cancer Treatment Options for Cats & Dogs

  • Oncological Surgery: We perform various surgical procedures to remove cancerous growths, prioritising your cat’s or dog’s safety and comfort.
  • Chemotherapy: This involves the use of drugs to destroy cancer cells, tailored to each pet’s specific type of cancer.
  • Immunotherapy: A newer treatment approach that helps the pet’s immune system recognise and combat cancer cells more effectively.
  • Palliative Care: For cats or dogs with advanced cancer, we focus on maintaining quality of life through pain management and supportive hospice care for pets.
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Our Expertise in Pet Oncology

Our veterinary team, including trained oncologists, is experienced in diagnosing and formulating comprehensive treatment plans for pets with cancer. Our facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment for cancer treatment, including tools for advanced surgery and chemotherapy.

Symptoms of Cancer in Cats & Dogs

It’s important to remember that these symptoms can also be indicative of other, less serious conditions. However, if you notice any of these signs, it’s important to have your pet examined by a vet as soon as possible. Early detection and diagnosis are key in providing the best possible outcome for your pet. Detecting cancer early in cats and dogs is crucial for effective treatment. Pet owners should watch for the following symptoms:

  • Lumps or Bumps: Not all are cancerous, but any new growths should be checked by a vet.
  • Unexplained Weight Loss: Sudden weight loss without a change in diet or activity level can be a warning sign.
  • Persistent Sores or Wounds: Sores that don’t heal could indicate skin cancer or an underlying disease.
  • Changes in Appetite: A significant decrease or increase in appetite may signal internal cancers.
  • Difficulty Eating or Swallowing: This could suggest oral cancers or tumours in the throat or neck area.
  • Chronic Vomiting or Diarrhoea: While common in pets, ongoing gastrointestinal issues could be a symptom of cancer.
  • Difficulty Breathing, Urinating, or Defecating: Any changes in basic bodily functions warrant a vet visit.
  • Lethargy or Depression: A noticeable decrease in energy or a change in behaviour could be a symptom of various illnesses, including cancer.
  • Odour: Unusual odours from the mouth, ears, or any part of the body should be investigated.
  • Pain or Discomfort: Reluctance to exercise, play or jump, or signs of pain when touched could indicate a problem.
  • Bleeding or Discharge: Unusual bleeding or discharge from any body opening requires immediate veterinary attention.
  • Lameness or Swelling: Persistent lameness or swelling in any part of the body, especially in older pets, could be a sign of bone cancer.
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Choose The Gentle Vet for Cat & Dog Cancer Treatment

Choosing The Gentle Vet means entrusting your beloved pet to a team that combines medical expertise with deep empathy. We offer hospitalisation options for intensive care and are committed to supporting pet owners through every stage of their cat or dog’s cancer treatment in Singapore.
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291 Tanjong Katong Road (437074)
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