— A new study by the National Association of Dog Breeders found that dogs are more likely to be diagnosed with cancer in the United States than any other breed, but the dogs that are diagnosed are often the ones that are the most susceptible.
The new study found that more than two-thirds of dogs diagnosed with leukemia in the U.S. are found in areas where the population is growing.
“If we don’t have a lot of dogs in those areas, we’re not going to have as many dogs with leukemia,” said Jack Johnson, president and CEO of the dog breeders’ trade association.
In addition, dogs are at greater risk of developing lymphoma than their counterparts in other breeds, Johnson said.
There are three types of leukemia, according to the National Cancer Institute.
If a dog is diagnosed with lymphoma, it is typically a cancer of the bone marrow, according the NCI.
According to the NCIS, a dog may have one or more of these three types: 1) bone marrow cancer that is more common in dogs with a mutation in a gene that causes the mutation to cause a type of leukemia known as a subtype 1.
2) leukemia with a tumor that can’t be removed but has a large growth on the bone that causes a type 2.
3) a subgroup of the disease known as lymphoma that can be treated with chemotherapy, radiotherapy and/or stem cell transplantation.
Johnson said that the cancer that occurs most frequently in dogs is a type called B-type leukemia.
Most people with B-Lymphoma develop it in childhood, but a small percentage develop it as an adult.
However, some dogs develop the disease when they are young puppies.
When a dog with B.L. has a tumor, it usually grows in the bone, which means that it can be removed with surgery.
But it may still spread and cause further damage to bone marrow and other organs.
B.L., which occurs when a gene mutation in the B cells in the bones of dogs causes them to become weak, is the second most common type of cancer in dogs, according a new study from Johns Hopkins University.
Researchers found that only 17.5 percent of dogs with BLL were diagnosed with BPL, while the figure for dogs with other BLL types was 44.5.
About 20 percent of BLL dogs were diagnosed in the past five years, while about 15 percent were diagnosed between 2010 and 2016, the study found.
That means that the dogs with more BLL are the ones who have the most risk of getting the disease, according Johnson.
Another way that dogs may be more likely than other breeds to get the disease is because of genetic factors.
A breed that is genetically predisposed to cancer is more likely in some cases to be malnourished, which is linked to higher rates of leukemia.
In addition, the dogs of dogs that have a mutation that causes them the most cancers may also be the ones with the least exposure to sunlight and exercise, Johnson added.
And if a dog has a genetic mutation that is linked with lymphomas, Johnson believes that a dog will be more susceptible to the disease in the future.
While dogs are prone to other diseases such as skin cancer and cancers of the eye, nose, mouth and other parts of the body, dogs may not be able to avoid getting cancer.
People who are diagnosed with the disease may also have other health problems, such as kidney and liver disease, allergies and depression, said Johnson.
The National Cancer Institutes website has information about the diseases dogs may have.