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.
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.