Q. Just found out my dog of ten has bilateral nasal tumors when do I say goodbye what's the prognosis

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A. Unfortunately, without more information we cannot give a prognosis. We need to know the type of tumor and the condition of your dog. It may be best to discuss this with a veterinary oncologist. There may be treatment options available. Your family vet can perform a quality of life evaluation with you to help decide when it is best to say goodbye.

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A. Prognosis is really bad, there is no treatment (only supportive). It really depends how fast it grows but usually not more than a few months. When he starts having difficulty breathing, lack of appetite and lethargy is usually the time to say goodbye.

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