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Hemangiosarcoma in Dogs
Staff Writer | February 27, 2020
Hemangiosarcoma is a common cancer in dogs accounting for approximately 5% of cases. Since blood vessels run throughout the body, hemangiosarcomas can develop anywhere. However, the most common sites are the skin, spleen, liver, and heart. Most hemangiosarcomas (except some appearing in the skin) are both locally aggressive and have a high likelihood of spreading to other parts of the body.read more