We understand that the news that your pet has been diagnosed with cancer can be devastating. Each pet and their families needs are unique, which is why we approach each case individually. After a thorough examination of each patient, a review of all diagnostic tests and a consultation with the family, we develop a customized approach to care that may include the following treatment options:
Conventional Chemotherapy Immunotherapy Surgery Palliative or Supportive Care Oncept Canine Melanoma Vaccine**
Nearly all patients diagnosed with cancer have the potential to receive some form of treatment. Our primary goal is always to maintain the best quality of life for each patient. The extent and duration of therapeutic treatment is dependent on many factors, including the type of the cancer, stage of the disease, available therapies and how the pet responds to the treatment
**Currently, VCA Braelinn Village Animal Hospital is one of the limited facilities in the state of Georgia offering the Merial Oncept Canine Melanoma Vaccine.