Left untreated, most dogs will succumb to the disease within two or three months. With treatment, the average life expectancy is increased by 12 to 18 months â€” with some dogs surviving well beyond that, to three or more years.
Prognosis: The prognosis for epitheliotropic lymphoma is grave. The average survival time from time when lesions are first noted to death or euthanasia is about 5-10 months although some dogs may live several years after diagnosis if the disease is slowly progressive.
Dogs with pre-existing allergies, Boxers, and Cocker spaniels may be. Prognosis: Unfortunately, the long term prognosis for cutaneous lymphoma is poor, and .
Lymphoma in dogs is an aggressive cancer that can metastasize very quickly. If the dog receives treatment and responds well to it, he may live up to one year .
Unfortunately, canine cutaneous lymphoma typically carries with it a poor prognosis. Cutaneous lymphoma that has become systemic and is treated with a