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How Much Does Dog Cancer Treatment Cost?

 
average costAverage Claim: $446-$604high costRadiation Therapy: $2,000-$6,000
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  Typical costs:
  • Costs vary widely, depending on the type and stage of cancer, the number of treatments needed and the age and condition of the dog.
  • The initial visit, including diagnosis, discussion of prognosis and a treatment plan likely will cost $200 and up, depending on the location of the cancer, according to The National Canine Cancer Foundation[1] .
  • Major surgery to remove a tumor deep in the body, or that requires reconstruction, usually starts at about $1,500.
  • Chemotherapy depends on the size of the dog, and usually ranges from $200 to $2,000 and up, for three to six months of treatment.
  • Radiation therapy usually ranges from $2,000 to $6,000.
  • The treatment combination depends on the type of cancer. For lymphoma, the most common type of cancer in dogs, treatment usually consists of only chemotherapy. The average claim amount submitted to Veterinary Pet Insurance[2] for lymphoma is $479. Mast cell tumors usually are treated with only surgery, and sometimes radiation or chemotherapy, depending on the stage, and have an average claim amount of $604. Osteosarcoma is sometimes treated with amputation surgery and almost always with chemotherapy, with an average claim amount of $446.
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What should be included:
  • After a diagnosis, a veterinarian will refer the dog to a veterinary oncologist or will draw up a treatment plan specific to the dog and the type and stage of cancer.
  • The University of Missouri-Columbia's veterinary oncology program provides overviews chemotherapy, radiation therapy and surgery.
Additional costs:
  • Healthypet.com[3] has an article on pain management. Pain medications can cost $25 to $50 a month.
  • Pets with cancer sometimes require antibiotics or other medications, which usually cost about $30 to $50.
  • Some owners of dogs with cancer choose to add complementary and alternative medicine to the treatment regimen. The American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association[4] allows a search for holistic veterinarians by state.
Discounts:
  • Before committing to an expensive treatment, you may want to get a second opinion.
  • Tip: In some cases, it is possible to get free or discounted care by enrolling your dog in a clinical trial. The Veterinary Cancer Society[5] provides links to institutions currently holding clinical trials.
Shopping for dog cancer treatment:
  • Because there are more than 100 types of cancer seen in pets, and each one has its own set of problems and variations in treatment, it is important to learn as much as possible about the specific diagnosis. Good resources include: your veterinarian, the library and the internet. HealthyPet.com[6] has a primer on handling a cancer diagnosis and finding the best treatment.
  • VeterinaryPartner.com provides detailed articles on some of the more common types of cancer found in dogs: Osteosarcoma[7] , Hemangiosarcoma[8] , Lymphocytic Leukemia[9] , Lymphoma[10] , Mammary Tumors[11] , Mast Cell Tumors[12] , and Transitional Cell Carcinoma[13] .
  • To find a veterinary oncologist, use the by-state search offered by The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine.
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Lymphoma
Amount: $2,500.00
Posted by: Shamrock's mom in Acton, CA.Posted: September 13th, 2014 04:09PM
Treatment: chemotherapyVet: Sweetwater
My baby had swollen glands in his neck, was panting excessively,and did not want to eat. He was treated for an infection. The other vet suspected lymphoma and did an aspiration test which came back positive. He was referred to an oncologist for treatment. My vet went ahead and did the initial diagnostic tests (blood, urine, ultrasound). Cost was $1,100. I got an appointment with the oncologist the next day. She wanted to do an additional test on his bone marrow. He received his first treatment and everything that went with it. Cost was $1148. Future treatments have been estimated at $1076.68 to $1424.57 for each 4 week cycle going up to at least 24 weeks. My baby means everything to me and I will do whatever it takes to save him. I JUST CANT STAND THE THOUGHT OF LOSING HIM! I thought if he went into full remission he would have a regular lifespan but found out that dogs with lymphoma only live a year at best. The pain inside is horrible!
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I'm scared for her.
Amount: $53.00
Posted by: Jenny & Lucy in Athens, TN.Posted: July 16th, 2014 07:07AM
Breed: Unknown/rescueCancer Type: They think its Adenocarcinoma
Treatment: AntibioticsVet:
Lucy has always had a small abrasion under her right nostril. Occasionally it blisters, but always heals. Pigment on skin has changed. Right now, I can't afford a biopsy, so until then the vet gave her amoxicillin to clear up the blister. They'er saying she will need radiation. Can someone tell me what than entails? Will she be in pain if she has pain management?
Thank you
Jenny & Lucy
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Mass in Left front leg,Had leg removed
Amount: $6,000.00
Posted by: chuck rurka in Grizzly Flats, CA.Posted: July 13th, 2014 01:07PM
Breed: LabradorCancer Type: Histyiocytic Sarcoma
Treatment: next chemoVet: Katy Fryer
My black lab just started limping




took to emergency vet did x-ray saw something they say so they sent it to radiology came back cancer so they took her leg.And leg was off to be tested.A week went by finally i call and the dr. says she has Histiocytic Sarcoma.100% Fatal.Im going to talk to the chemo dr. on Monday We took a loan out for half of what has been done already (Care program)Don't know what to do .We love her so much
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MCT
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: Mr. D. Rodas in El Cerrito, CA.Posted: June 13th, 2014 12:06AM
Treatment: NaVet:
My 7 yr old yorkie, recently diag. w/ MCT (6/7/14). Going to see Oncoligist tomorrow to discuss it further and then a treatment plan. So far i have read all the MCT stories from others (Thx for sharing) and i am just at awe of some of the prices (Initial visit, prognosis, etc) even the outcomes of the good and bad.
so far i have paid $278 for visit and needle draw. Whats next is beyond me at this time.

I have read that chemo and radation is the last thing i should do to my lil buddy, for it sounds painful and horrible; and to always get a second opinion before commiting to a treatment.
Currently he still spunky, same old cholo, no weight loss, eats like a shark, basically no signs of what he should be showing with MCT. I just hope thats a good sign for us both and this MCT is not as bad as i have read. Thank you all for sharing, you have given us hope and for giving us both a shoulder to cry on.
Daniel & Pocholo (My Best bud)
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preventing dog cancer
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: Ken Seaton D.Sc in hurricane, WV.Posted: February 11th, 2014 01:02AM
Dogs die of cancer at 13 yrs old conpared to humans at 75 yrs. The reason is dogs have serum albumin levels averaging 30g/L (3%) compared to humans who have 45g/L. Serum albumin levels are the foundation of cell and DNA stability, the higher the level of serum albumin the lower the cancer rate. The level of serum albumin is linked to infammation and infections more than diet. Thus bath your dog properly once a week and inflammation will be low, they will live longer and have far lower cancer Risk.
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Osteosarcoma
Amount: $7,700.00
Posted by: macysmom in Waterford, CT.Posted: December 8th, 2013 04:12PM
Treatment: CombinationVet: Rosen
My female 6 1/2 yr old Rottie was lame for most of the summer, in September found a mass on sternum. Major surgery performed mid October was a success, as soon as she was deemed healthy and healed by the surgeon she started chemotherapy. She will be starting radiation after her fourth chemo session. Add the remaining chemo and radiation and it will be well over $12,000. I don't care, she is priceless. Every day is a gift and I cherish every moment. She is a fighter and we will get through this and I will give my baby every chance. The costs incurred are only from diagnosis of the mass to the present, did not include summer lameness/pain visits/meds.
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GI (small intestine) Lymphoma
Amount: $5,400.00
Posted by: beckyintexas in Austin, TX.Posted: July 8th, 2013 12:07PM
Breed: Terrier MixCancer Type:
Treatment: SurgeryVet: Central Texas Veterinary Speciality Hosp
Came home and found my dog unable on his side and hesitant to walk. took him to the 24-hour emergency vet and he was diagnosed with pancreatitis. meds did not have the desired effect so we went to xray, then to ultrasound. these showed a mass in the small intestine and peritonitis. Emergency surgery to remove mass and drain infection. Biopsy=positive for lymphoma. I don't know yet what I'll do--chemo or prednisone only--but my goal will be to keep my baby comfortable.
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Positive so far
Amount: $3,000.00
Posted by: Morgan's Mom in Wyoissing, PA.Posted: June 14th, 2013 05:06PM
Breed: Cocker SpanielCancer Type: Lymphoma stage 4
Treatment: ChemotherapyVet: Cacoosing Animal Hospital
Morgan diagnosed early March with stage 4 lymphoma. His nodes were so enlarged front to back and around neck he couldnt breathe. His liver was so large it stuck out the side of him. Started Chemo, second day the nodes went down. End of week no sign of swelling and the liver decreased by 3/4ths. He is on week 8, does have some back lymph node swelling but still going strong, no pain, eating etc. Treasure the time given so far by the wonderful care at Cacoosing.
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Devastated
Amount: $3,500.00
Posted by: Wilbur's Mom in Ladson, SC.Posted: May 31st, 2013 11:05AM
Breed: Amer. Staffordshire Terrier (pitt)Cancer Type: Lymphoma
Treatment: SurgeryVet: Various
12-year old Wilbur suddenly lethargic two weeks ago. Family vet: White cells elevated and shadow on spleen x-ray. Down 5 lbs. Specialist: Ultra- sound showed mass. Surgeon:Splenectomy. GREAT CARE from all,Family Vet, Ultrasound & Surgeon. Diagnosis lymphoma. Oncology consult next week. I don't want my boy to suffer, either. I don't want to let him go, but may have to....
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my heart is breaking
Amount: $400.00
Posted by: melody thompson in gassaway, WV.Posted: March 7th, 2013 09:03AM
Breed: GOLDEN RETREIVERCancer Type: IN THE LYMP NODES
Treatment: SO FAR MEDICATIONVet: DR ROSS YOUNG
I AM SO IN LOVE WITH MY 2ND CHANCE.CHANCE IS A WONDERFUL FRIEND MY BEST FRIEND HE IS IN LOVE WITH ME ALSO. I WAS DEVESTATED TO HEAR HE HAD CANCER AT SUCH A YOUNG AGE TO BOOT. I AM DISABLED AND MY INCOME ISNT MUCH. THERE IS NO AMOUNT THAT I WOULDNT SPEND TO KEEP HIM WELL. PLEASE IS THERE ANY ONE OUT THERE THAT CAN HELP ME. MY EMAIL IS moe_thompson@yahoo.com i have prayed for the lord to heal him as i know he can, i dont want to doubt but i keep finding more tumors. my heart is breaking
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Bone cancer
Amount: $4,700.00
Posted by: Kali in Phoenix, AZ.Posted: January 22nd, 2013 01:01PM
Breed: DobermanCancer Type: Osteosarcoma
Treatment: mixedVet: Hershey
Ongoing treatment costs. $900 for diagnosis at oncologist. $250 x 3 for immunocidin treatments, $150 a week for 12 weeks for IV Vit C, and approximately $100/month for medications/herbs. Cost for an amputation was quoted at between $2500-3500 and chemo ran about $6000.

At this point, we're not going to amputate or do chemo and are hoping the new immunocidin and Vit C treatments will help our dog combat the cancer.
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Opie
Amount: $3,500.00
Posted by: Linda Hardbarger in Durham, NC.Posted: January 11th, 2013 09:01PM
Breed: SheltieCancer Type: Eye
Treatment: Surgery + ChemoVet: NC State Vet School
Opie presented with a lump over his eye in Nov. vet thought it was a bug bite and gave him iv predisone and the bump disappeared.
3 weeks later the area over his started to swell suddenly at night. The next day the lump had spread and doubled in size!
Got him to the vet and she said to get him to the vet school ASAP!
We did and after 2 days of tests we found out he had cancer and needed to have the site removed.
So the eye and mass was removed and next week we take him to find out about chemo.
So the amount of money will probably go up.
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Mast Cell
Amount: $1,400.00
Posted by: Linda Hardbarger in Durham, NC.Posted: January 11th, 2013 08:01PM
Breed: Pitt BullCancer Type: Mast Cell
Treatment: Surgery + predisone + BenedrylVet: Shannon Burroughs
Marilla (she is now 10) has had Mast Cell for almost 2 years now. She has had 2 surgeries. Both surgeries were tramuatic (mostly for us) and she pulled has pulled through both very well.
After her 2nd surgery in Sept. 2012 our vet put her on predisone and she is also on Benedryl.
We made the decision to not do chemo.or radiation on Marilla. She is not in any pain and doing very well no problems with having Mast Cell....so why put her through it.
She is the head of our pack of 10 dogs and she still reigns supreme.
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Nasal Carcinoma
Amount: $4,500.00
Posted by: ktindiana in Honolulu, HI.Posted: December 28th, 2012 09:12PM
Breed: Golden RetrieverCancer Type: Nasal Carcinoma
Treatment: ChemotherapyVet: Veterinary Emergency & Ref Cent (Hawaii)
We discovered that my 12+ year old golden retriever had nasal cancer after a few nosebleeds and before any tumor was visible. He was treated with four cycles of Carboplatin and Doxorubicin. Each chemo drug was administered 3 weeks apart. My dog felt a bit down after receiving the carboplatin, but usually went back to normal after a week. He became nauseous after the doxorubican, but anti-nausea medicine got him eating again. Unfortunately, during the last cycle, his tumor started to grow and is the size of half a golf ball after 6 weeks. We attempted to give him Palladia to shrink the tumor, but just two doses of Palladia crippled my dog so badly he couldn't walk. He got better after about two weeks and is now on a low dose of cyclophosphamide, which he tolerates well, but is not meant to be a cure. I don't think there are any additional treatments that will help as radiation therapy is not available for pets in Hawaii.
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Lymphoma
Amount: $3,700.00
Posted by: a user in Loomis Basin, CA.Posted: December 4th, 2012 08:12AM
Breed: pitbullCancer Type: lymphoma
Treatment: chemotherapyVet: Loomis Basin
Initially tried CHOP protocol, but reduced to doxorubicin only. Doxo only is about $500/treatment (w.CBC) for 5 treatments every 3 weeks. We spent about $600 extra on treatments that didn't work (vinblastine/cyclophosphamide). Plus we did a round of L-asparaginase (about $250) to put her in remission after the initial treatment failure. Plus there was the intial diagnosis/consult($400. Doxo seems to be working well with very minimal side effects (1-2 days of loss of appetite). $3700 is my projected grand total when this is over. 3 more treatments to go! Vet says this will put her in remission for 9mths-1 year.
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Lymphoma
Amount: $5,000.00
Posted by: Torque in Milwaukee, WI.Posted: November 3rd, 2012 09:11AM
Breed: ChihuahuaCancer Type: Lymphoma
Treatment: ChemoVet: Menominee
Symptoms were loss of weight and decreasing appetite only. Went to the vet where they found lymph nodes all over inside dog's stomach. Did biopsy. Had to wait a few days for results. Visit + biopsy + X-rays, etc about $1000. The results were positive for cancer and started treatment right away. Advanced form of Chemo for 6 months. Has the highest % of success in recovery. Costs $4000.
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Mast Cell Tumor
Amount: $120.00
Posted by: a user in Douglas, WY.Posted: October 14th, 2012 08:10AM
Breed: BoxerCancer Type: tumor
Treatment: surgeryVet: Riverbend Animal Clinic
My boxer had a couple of tumor type lumps you could you could see on her side. The vet stating they could be Mast Cell Tumors, we could do all the tests involved or we could leave it and see if it grows, or we could just remove it. I choose to just remove it. The entire cost for surgery for the removal was $120. There's no place like Wyoming.
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lymphoma
Amount: $900.00
Posted by: Twang in pevely, MO.Posted: September 14th, 2012 07:09PM
Breed: beligan malinois mixCancer Type: lymphoma
Treatment: surgeryVet: Dr Comite
I had my dog in twice for his swollen lymph nodes first time was 8/4/12 was given meds for swelling nothing said on possible cancer not happy over that then exactly 30days later 9/4/12 hes back again samething this time she can feel his spleen is enlarged. he has emergency surgery on friday 9/7/12. the other vet there advised on make him comfortable til he dies WTF?????? so i guess im so poor thats what you tell a client whos spent $900 in your office. im looking at options an a new vet to save my dogs life. I WILL NEVER EVER RECOMMEND DARLAND ANIMAL IN MO. WOW THANKS FOR NOTHING. And yes im pissed off and seeking out a vet to start chemo Im hoping its not to late for him
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Possible cancer
Amount: $1,300.00
Posted by: Ashley's Mom in Gaithersburg, MD.Posted: August 18th, 2012 06:08AM
Breed: Black LabCancer Type: ?
Treatment: Tumor removalVet:
My baby just had a large tumor removed from her side yesterday. Won't get lab results until next wk. We have had her for about 4 yrs after rescuing her from Animal Control. She is absolutely wonderful, but has been through so much. This past winter dealt with a specialty hospital where she was finally diagnosed with polycythemia Vera - a condition where she produces too many red blood cells. After costly testing, she ended up on a relatively inexpensive med. that got her blood count to normal . I was so relieved and now this. I love her so much, but as a single parent...I am about at the end of my financial rope. Wondering if the tumor could be related to other condition.
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Possible Lymphoma
Amount: $595.00
Posted by: DSellman in York, PA.Posted: August 2nd, 2012 06:08AM
Breed: LabradorCancer Type: Lymphoma
Treatment: none yetVet: Dr. London
Noticed a large softball size lump on my dogs rear hip earlier this week. Took him to vets last night and had xrays, aspiration and bloodwork. They had to send out for analysis as they weren't qualified to diagnose at the vet's (don't they teach them how to diagnose at school??) which cost $200 more!! Waiting to hear results today. I AM FREAKING OUT!!
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Mast cell tumors
Amount: $4,700.00
Posted by: Bambi in San Mateo, CA.Posted: April 10th, 2012 10:04PM
Breed: PitbullCancer Type:
Treatment: Surgically removedVet:
Had a lump on my boys head aspirated, it came back as mast cell. Today he under went a intense surgery to remove the tumor from his head unfortunately they found a second tumor on the head by his eye and that too was removed. Skin had to be taken from his neck to create a flap for his head. I don't know what grade it is yet but am so hopeful we have clean margins so my baby won't have to endure any more pain. Thankfully I work for a vet and was discounted a great deal otherwise this surgery would have been closer to $7000
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Mast cell tumors
Amount: $1,000.00
Posted by: linusandlucy13 in St. Louis, MO.Posted: March 31st, 2012 07:03PM
Breed: it. greyhound/rat terrierCancer Type: Mast cell tumor
Treatment: SurgeriesVet: Human Society of Missouri
Minnie has had two surgeries to remove three different tumors before she even turned 4. She has recently had one return and we are going to visit a specialist again soon.
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Mast Cell Tumors
Amount: $10,000.00
Posted by: Maria Tully in Brunswick, GA.Posted: March 20th, 2012 11:03AM
Breed: Black lab mixCancer Type: Mast Cell
Treatment: Surgery and chemoVet: SEVO
Our lab kept having bumps off and on all over his body. We finally had to vet remove to find out what he was allergic to. She called to say it was cancer and sent us to an oncologist. She had the vet surgically remove the larger ones and we started him on chemo. He got through the first chemo fine but had new bumps (tumors) shortly after he finished chemo, tried another and it made him sick so we had to stop that one. Is about to finish the third type of chemo next week but we have found two new tumors on him this past week. Don't know what else to do for him right now.
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