50% of dogs over the age of 10 develop cancer at some point.
Osteosarcoma accounts for approximately 80% of the primary bone cancers found in dogs and is one of the most common cancer types in canines.
Lymphoma is one of the most common cancers seen in dogs, accounting for 20% of all canine cancers.
More dogs (6 million) than humans (1.8 million) will be diagnosed with cancer this year in the United States.
Around 94% of the cancer genome is arranged analogously to the human (genome).
1 in 4
1 in 4 dogs will be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetime.