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OncoK9 is a cancer
screening test

OncoK9 Cancer Screening for Dogs in San Marcos

At East & West Animal Hospital, we are proud to offer OncoK9, a cancer screening test for dogs, in San Marcos.
OncoK9 is a simple blood draw (liquid biopsy) that can detect 30 types of cancer, including eight of the most common cancers that affect dogs. This allows for earlier treatment and greater chances of successful outcomes. This test is a revolutionary way to help detect cancer early and provide exceptional preventive care for your beloved pet. It is especially beneficial for older dogs and breeds with a higher risk of cancer.
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What is OncoK9?

OncoK9 is a cancer screening test developed just for dogs. It requires only a quick blood draw and, as mentioned above, detects 30 types of cancer, including some of the most common ones affecting dogs. It relies on cutting-edge technology and next-generation genome sequencing to identify DNA changes that indicate cancer. We can perform the sample collection during the same visit in which we prescribe the test. This revolutionary test gives us the opportunity to detect cancer early and provide the best care for your furry family members.

Why Get OncoK9 Screening?

Early detection is the key to successful cancer treatment for dogs. With OncoK9, we are often able to detect cancer and begin treatment sooner, leading to a much better prognosis. OncoK9 is not meant to replace traditional cancer diagnostics, but it is an invaluable tool for detecting cancer earlier in its progression.

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OncoK9 Screening in San Marcos

East & West Animal Hospital is proud to offer OncoK9 cancer screening for dogs in San Marcos and the surrounding areas. Early detection improves the odds of successful outcomes, and OncoK9 is a powerful tool in helping you provide the best care for your beloved pet. Contact us today to learn more about OncoK9 and schedule a screening
East & West Animal Hospital offers OncoK9 cancer screening for dogs in San Marcos, Rancho Santa Fe, Oceanside, Vista, Fallbrook, Escondido, Carlsbad, Encinitas, La Jolla, Temecula, and San Diego County.
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Mon-Tue: 8:00am-6:00pm
Wed-Fri: 8:00am-8:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am-4:00pm
Sunday: Closed
Emergency Clinic Referral:
Veterinary Specialty Hospital,
San Marcos
(760) 466-0600