Treating Dogs with CTVT : Dogs Under Recovery

We have eight dogs with this disease at our shelter at the moment under chemotherapy. Canine Transmissible Venereal Tumour (CTVT) is an infectious disease affecting dogs.

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It is one of only two known naturally occurring transmissible cancers, along with the Tasmanian Devil Facial Tumour Disease.


CTVT is transmitted between dogs by the transfer of living cancer cells mainly during coitus. These kind of dogs with disease are euthanized & everyone in the street hate them as well because they stink a lot & bleed most of the time.

What if some people has cancer on them? Euthanized or hate them? We at Sneha’s Care has built an isolated facility to shelter care these kind of dogs and has been kept on chemotherapy. Most of the cases like this has been recovered in two months time. And they are again normal and never get the disease back as we spay them before releasing.

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