veterinary medicine and learn about the link between
cancer and lawn chemicals
medicine and the Journal of the American and Veterinary
Medicine Association research and study pertinent health
information for animals and dogs and this brings forth
valuable information for our awareness. As the saying
goes, knowledge is power and when it comes to our beloved
dog, the more we know about proper care, feeding and
lifestyle habits the better armed we are to make wise
choices on our pet's behalf.
medicine and research has found that Scottish Terriers
exposed to lawn chemicals have increased risk to bladder
cancer. In general, Scottish Terriers develop bladder
cancer 20 times more often than other dog breeds. These
dog health problems correspond to lawn chemicals as
one example of increased risk.
medicine and research is ongoing and provides us with
the latest news for our dog's health. Bladder cancer
and Scottish Terriers is just one example. For more
information on animal and dog health look for related
journals online or seek veterinary advice locally.
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