Lymphoma is the most common hematopoietic malignancy in dogs. Lymphoma in dogs most likely arises from a combination of events like genetic, dog breed and interaction of the immunity system.
Wendy had a multicentric type of Lymphoma. This is characterized by generalized lymphadenopathy. Diagnosis in this dog was made with aspiration of the Lymphoid tissue with a needle and examination of the cells under the microscope.
After 7 months Wendy is doing very well. Now she continues the chemotherapies.
With this treatment studies showed that at least 25% of the dogs survival rate can reach up to 2 years.