If a veterinarian diagnoses cancer in a horse, cat or dog, this is initially a shock for the owner. But many types of cancer in animals are curable.

We at EQUINOX HEALTHCARE use modern radiation therapy from human medicine for the treatment

With animals, it is the same as with human beings: as they get older, the risk of cancer increases. If veterinarians diagnose cancer in dogs, cats or horses, this is initially terrible news for the owners. They are often unaware that many types of cancer in four-legged animals are now curable. Radiation therapy has become an important pillar of cancer treatment in human medicine. We also use this modern technology at EQUINOX HEALTHCARE. One advantage in this respect is that apart from a short anaesthetic, the treatment is hardly stressful for the animal.

Cancer and pain: how we can help

At EQUINOX HEALTHCARE, we treat the most common types of cancer that occur in horses, dogs and cats. These include, among others:

You have a horse & don’t know whether cancer or pain therapy might be necessary?
You have a cat, a dog or a rabbit, and you don’t know whether cancer or pain therapy might be necessary?

EQUINOX HEALTHCARE can also treat keloid scars, which manifest themselves in excessive tissue growth, and other benign changes. However, radiation therapy is not only useful for benign and malignant tumours. It is also used within the framework of pain therapy for the following diseases:

In good hands:
we love horses and pets

Your animal is in good hands at EQUINOX HEALTHCARE. Experienced veterinarians, highly trained professionals, radiotherapists and medical physicists do everything they can to help your pet. They treat the disease with great diligence and are always up to date regarding the latest knowledge, lovingly caring for their patients around the clock. Having four-legged pets themselves, our employees are well aware of what dogs, cats and horses need. 

Being animal owners themselves, they know all too well how it feels when their beloved animal is sick. Everyone on the team puts their heart and soul into what they are doing. They regard themselves as the pet owner’s partner when it comes to defeating the disease.

For
veterinarians

Dear Colleagues,

At Equinox Healthcare, we are committed to working closely with you to provide the best possible treatment for our mutual patients. We regard our range of therapies as a complement to and extension of your veterinary care. We would, therefore, like to stay in close contact with you even after the radiation therapy has been completed, supporting you in the aftercare, which is usually carried out by the referring veterinarian.

Please feel free
to contact us!

If a veterinarian diagnoses cancer in a horse, cat or dog, this is initially a shock for the owner. But many types of cancer in animals are curable. We at EQUINOX HEALTHCARE use modern radiation therapy from human medicine for the treatment

With animals, it is the same as with human beings: as they get older, the risk of cancer increases. If veterinarians diagnose cancer in dogs, cats or horses, this is initially terrible news for the owners. They are often unaware that many types of cancer in four-legged animals are now curable. Radiation therapy has become an important pillar of cancer treatment in human medicine. We also use this modern technology at EQUINOX HEALTHCARE. One advantage in this respect is that apart from a short anaesthetic, the treatment is hardly stressful for the animal.

Cancer and pain:
how we can help

At EQUINOX HEALTHCARE, we treat the most common types of cancer that occur in horses, dogs and cats. These include, among others.

EQUINOX HEALTHCARE can also treat keloid scars, which manifest themselves in excessive tissue growth, and other benign changes. However, radiation therapy is not only useful for benign and malignant tumours. It is also used within the framework of pain therapy for the following diseases.

Cancer therapy for cats
Nasal cavity tumours
Brain tumours
Squamous cell carcinomas
Fibrosarcoma
Cancer therapy for dogs
Mast cell tumours
Nasal cavity tumours
Brain tumours
Osteosarcoma
Pain therapy for dogs
arthrosis (especially in knees, hips and elbows) chronic tendonitis
chronic bursitis
(inflammation of the bursae)
Pain therapy for cats
arthrosis (especially in knees, hips and elbows) chronic tendonitis
chronic bursitis
(inflammation of the bursae)
Cancer therapy for horses
Equine sarcoid
Squamous cell carcinomas
Grey horse melanomas
Pain therapy for horses
arthroses / spavin
kissing spines
podotrochlosis
chronic damage of
the suspensory ligament
chronic pain in the event of laminitis
headshaking due to trigeminal neuralgia
chronic bursitis
(inflammation of the bursae)

In good hands:
we love horses
and pets

Your animal is in good hands at EQUINOX HEALTHCARE. Experienced veterinarians, highly trained professionals, radiotherapists and medical physicists do everything they can to help your pet. They treat the disease with great diligence and are always up to date regarding the latest knowledge, lovingly caring for their patients around the clock. Having four-legged pets themselves, our employees are well aware of what dogs, cats and horses need. 

Being animal owners themselves, they know all too well how it feels when their beloved animal is sick. Everyone on the team puts their heart and soul into what they are doing. They regard themselves as the pet owner’s partner when it comes to defeating the disease.

For veterinarians

Dear Colleagues,

At Equinox Healthcare, we are committed to working closely with you to provide the best possible treatment for our mutual patients. We regard our range of therapies as a complement to and extension of your veterinary care. We would, therefore, like to stay in close contact with you even after the radiation therapy has been completed, supporting you in the aftercare, which is usually carried out by the referring veterinarian.

Please feel free
to contact us!

If a veterinarian diagnoses cancer in a horse, cat or dog, this is initially a shock for the owner. But many types of cancer in animals are curable. We at EQUINOX HEALTHCARE use modern radiation therapy from human medicine for the treatment

With animals, it is the same as with human beings: as they get older, the risk of cancer increases. If veterinarians diagnose cancer in dogs, cats or horses, this is initially terrible news for the owners. They are often unaware that many types of cancer in four-legged animals are now curable. Radiation therapy has become an important pillar of cancer treatment in human medicine. We also use this modern technology at EQUINOX HEALTHCARE. One advantage in this respect is that apart from a short anaesthetic, the treatment is hardly stressful for the animal.

Cancer and pain:
how we can help

At EQUINOX HEALTHCARE, we treat the most common types of cancer that occur in horses, dogs and cats. These include, among others.

EQUINOX HEALTHCARE can also treat keloid scars, which manifest themselves in excessive tissue growth, and other benign changes. However, radiation therapy is not only useful for benign and malignant tumours. It is also used within the framework of pain therapy for the following diseases.

In good hands:
we love horses and pets

Your animal is in good hands at EQUINOX HEALTHCARE. Experienced veterinarians, highly trained professionals, radiotherapists and medical physicists do everything they can to help your pet. They treat the disease with great diligence and are always up to date regarding the latest knowledge, lovingly caring for their patients around the clock. Having four-legged pets themselves, our employees are well aware of what dogs, cats and horses need. 

Being animal owners themselves, they know all too well how it feels when their beloved animal is sick. Everyone on the team puts their heart and soul into what they are doing. They regard themselves as the pet owner’s partner when it comes to defeating the disease.

For veterinarians

Dear Colleagues,

At Equinox Healthcare, we are committed to working closely with you to provide the best possible treatment for our mutual patients. We regard our range of therapies as a complement to and extension of your veterinary care. We would, therefore, like to stay in close contact with you even after the radiation therapy has been completed, supporting you in the aftercare, which is usually carried out by the referring veterinarian.

Please feel
free to
contact us!