Tuesday, November 10, 2020

SCC Is A Common Skin Cancer Especially In Light-Colored Dogs

 Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is a common skin cancer in dogs usually found in the mouth, nailbeds, or skin areas with less hair or pigmentation. It often appears as a raised lump or mass of white skin. SCCs are linked to sun exposure and are more common in light-colored dogs and those with thin coats. They are often more treatable than many other forms of cancer. Natural supplements for cancer such as Immune Harmony, Curcumin For Pets and Amazing Omegas are especially helpful for immune and skin support and can be used along with conventional veterinary treatments. Be sure to check your dog's skin regularly for any unusual lumps.