NATIONWIDE — It’s summer, which means we need to be mindful of skin cancer risk — but not just for us.
Dogs and cats can also get the potentially deadly disease.
How common is it? What are some warning signs to look out for in your pet? Should we screen our furry friends as often as we do ourselves? And what can we do to keep pets safe in the summer sun?
Spectrum News anchor Eric Levy goes In Depth with Dr. Brooke Delaney of Winter Park Veterinary Hospital, who shares some insights into skin cancer in pets.