You have found a lump on your pet and you’re worried it might be a tumor. If you live in Montebello, Lynwood, or East Los Angeles, you have a veterinarian who is an expert at tumor removal at one of the Casillas Veterinary Hospitals.

Choose the Right Veterinarian for the Job

Finding a tumor on your pet can be scary. That’s why it’s important to trust your best friend with the best care. At Casillas Veterinary Hospitals, you can trust Dr. Juan F. Casillas and Dr. Yolanda Cassidy to care for your pet. Dr. Casillas is a member of CVMA and the SCVMA, and has been on the Los Angeles Zoo Board as well as been the past president of the California Veterinary Board of Examiners. With over 40 years of experience, your pet is in capable hands.

What Happens When Your Pet Has a Tumor

Our veterinarians will examine the tumor and, if they suspect it is malignant, they will either biopsy it or remove it through pet surgery. Once removed, they will check the tumor for margins to make sure that they have removed all of the cancer. Once the cancer is completely removed, your pet should be free of that cancer.

Depending on the type of tumor, our veterinarians may recommend additional treatment in the form of either chemotherapy or radiation therapy. This is to either ensure that the tumor has not spread to other organs, or treats the cancer if it has spread.

Talk to Our Veterinarians About Tumor Removal and Options for Treatment

In most cases, tumors are surgically removed, as surgery is often the most effective way in combating malignant tumors. However, each pet is different, and you have options for treating your pet when dealing with tumors and cancer. Chemotherapy and radiation therapy are not just for eradicating cancer, but are also to provide a quality of life for your pet he would not get without them. There are different options available, so be sure to discuss it with our veterinarians and staff.

You and Your Pet Are Important

We love pets, and our veterinarians and staff treat our clients’ pets as though they were our own. We know your pet is your best friend, and you want the very best for him. We do, too. That’s why you can trust our caring veterinarians and staff with your best friend.