08-24-2012, 04:37 PM
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We had a grey arabian with skin cancer...he had it tha last 18 yrs of his life (we put him down at 26 yrs old)
He never had them in his mouth but he would get alot around his girth area, he had a couple throughout on his muzzle, and other places throughout his body.
For awhile we did chemo shots with him, we had them frozen off, cut off.
The most effective treatment was having them cut off. Don't know about doing that with one in the mouth. But in my experience they stayed gone longer after being cut off.
Plus the chemo usually made him feel no bueno. So cutting off was the least traumatic for him.