Skin tumors often occur in older pets. Here on the central coast our pets are subject to sun induced cancers, just like their owners. Many skin cancers have good prognoses, treated early and appropriately.

This is a round cell tumor on the leg of a cat.

This cat has Bowen’s disease, which is a type of squamous cell carcinoma.

We were able to remove this epidermal cyst, a benign tumor without general anesthesia, by using a local anesthetic.

This is one form of cutaneous lymphosarcoma on the side of a dog. This is a malignant cancer affecting lymph cells, which are found throughout your body.