• Golden Retrievers
  • Current theories about Golden Retrievers are increasing suspicion that this breed may lack a genetic ability to repair damaged DNA over a lifetime, thus explaining the increased tendency for lymphoma and hemangiosarcoma. (mercola.com)
  • Although dogs of any age and breed are susceptible to hemangiosarcoma, it occurs more commonly in dogs beyond middle age (older than 6 years), and in breeds such as Golden Retrievers, German Shepherd Dogs, Portuguese Water Dogs, Bernese Mountain Dogs, Flat Coated Retrievers, Boxers and Skye Terriers, among others. (beardedcollieclub.us)
  • clinical
  • Bleeding disorders associated with hemangiosarcoma are sometimes confused with immune mediated hemolytic anemia (IMHA) because the type of anemia caused by the two conditions is very similar and early clinical signs are often very similar, as well. (vetinfo.com)
  • Results of a study using eBAT in clinical cases involved 23 dogs of various breeds and sizes, all documented to have hemangiosarcoma within their spleens. (speakingforspot.com)
  • With that said, there are several general clinical signs of hemangiosarcoma. (simplewag.com)
  • survival
  • In this double-blind randomized multidose pilot study, high-dose PSP significantly delayed the progression of metastases and afforded the longest survival times reported in canine hemangiosarcoma. (ivcjournal.com)