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Pet Cancer Therapy

With recent advancements in technology, cancer in pets is easier to diagnose and treat, as well as prevent. That’s where Care First Animal Hospital comes in. We strive to offer veterinary services that help your dogs, cats and other pets stay healthy and avoid cancer. When diagnosing cancer is the case, you can trust that our Raleigh, NC pet cancer treatments are up-to-date and help to extend the life of the patient.

Effective Anti-Cancer Therapy for Dogs & Cats

Today, our patients have the opportunity to receive treatments that slow or stop the progression of cancer without the patient even knowing that they are sick. This is possible through our anti-cancer therapy in Raleigh. Through this potent yet safe cancer therapy, pets with cancer don’t have to suffer from:

  • Loss of appetite
  • Hair loss
  • Vomiting
  • Lethargy

This is a true accomplishment in the medical field, as your pet will not only be spared the side effects of harsh cancer treatment, but you will be better able to cope with their disease with the hope that your beloved pet is getting stronger.

Care First: Treating Dog & Cat Cancer 

At Care First Animal Hospital, we take our commitment to your pet’s health very seriously. We want to see them recover to their full ability and live happy lives with their families. Our staff is highly experienced and does everything we can to help fight your pet’s cancer in Raleigh and surrounding areas. Contact us today to schedule your pet’s regular checkup in order to help prevent cancer, and our team will do our best to provide your pet with its highest quality of life.

Care First Animal Hospital treats patients with anti-cancer therapy in Raleigh and the NC Triangle, including our Oberlin, Glenwood and Tryon locations.

Sep. 2010 – Triumph-Tales of Life

Cosmo Tutt was a happy-go-lucky Beagle without a care in the world and a relatively uneventful health history until April of this year. That is when his owners noticed that he had enlarged lymph nodes on his neck. They also noticed that he had become more lethargic than usual, so they brought him in to …

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