In the United States, there were more than 6.5 million cases of dog skin disease in 2016, the highest rate in the world.
That rate has climbed to over 7 million cases by 2021, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association.
There’s also a big difference between dog skin and human skin cancer.
Most people with dog skin have no symptoms.
But a recent study found that dogs with dog-skin cancers are more likely to have other signs and symptoms, such as: