Comprehensive Dog Owner Survey

Comprehensive Dog Owner Survey

Oncotect conducted a comprehensive survey targeting US adults aged 18-69 with a household income of $70,000 or more. Out of the 397 respondents, 92.2% (365 individuals) had either lost a dog to cancer or knew someone who had. Over 55% of participants expressed moderate to extreme concern about their canine companion's health and the risk of cancer. However, 79.8% were unaware of any cancer screening methods for dogs, and 39.5% had never screened their pets for cancer. The primary barrier to more frequent screenings was cost, as reported by 51% of respondents.

Oncotect Test: Early Cancer Detection and Its Benefits for Your Dog's Health and Wellbeing .

Oncotect Test: Early Cancer Detection and Its Benefits for Your Dog's Health and Wellbeing .

As a pet owner, ensuring your dog's health and wellbeing is always a top priority. One of the most significant health concerns for dogs is cancer, which is a leading cause of death among our canine companions. Early detection is crucial in treating cancer effectively and increasing the chances of a positive outcome. In this blog post, we'll discuss the Oncotect Test, an early cancer detection tool, and how it can benefit your dog's health and wellbeing.

Cancer Treatment Options: Exploring the Latest Advancements in Veterinary Oncology and Available Cancer Treatments for Dogs

Cancer Treatment Options: Exploring the Latest Advancements in Veterinary Oncology and Available Cancer Treatments for Dogs
Receiving a cancer diagnosis for a beloved canine companion is undoubtedly a distressing experience for any dog owner. The emotional toll, coupled with the uncertainty of treatment outcomes and the financial burden, can be overwhelming. However, the landscape of veterinary oncology has seen remarkable advancements in recent years, leading to the development of more effective and targeted treatment options for dogs battling cancer. This article will explore and delve into various innovative treatments and their transformative impact on the prognosis of our cherished canine friends.

The Science & Research Behind Oncotect

The Science & Research Behind Oncotect
Cancer is the leading cause of death in companion animals, and successful early treatment has been a challenge in the veterinary field. We have developed the Non-Invasive Cancer Screening (N.C.S.) Study to perform cancer detection through the analysis of canine urine samples.