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Fibrosarcoma in Dogs (Bone)

By: Dr. Jeffrey Philibert

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Optimal treatment of your pet requires a combination of home and professional veterinary care. Follow-up can be critical, especially if your pet does not rapidly improve. Administer all prescribed medications as directed. Alert your veterinarian if you are experiencing problems treating your pet.

Your veterinarian should prescribe pain medications to assure your pet's comfort either prior to definitive diagnosis and/or in the aftercare period from surgery as discussed above. This can be through the use of pills or narcotic pain patches placed on the skin that release a constant level of pain medications across the skin.

You should limit activity of your pet to prevent further pain and to prevent a pathologic fracture prior to definitive therapy. Your pet should not run, jump or play during this time and you should watch carefully or give assistance when they are climbing stairs, or getting in and out of the car.

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