The objective of this retrospective study was to report the outcome of treatment of canine oral fibrosarcomas (FSA) in relation to median survival and progression-free survival (PFS), and to report whether grade was prognostic in relation to median survival. Sixty-five dogs with oral FSA presented to the WSU VTH between June 1998 and March 2010. Significant predictors of median survival were location (P = 0.0099), tumour size or oral stage (P = 0.0312), type of surgery (P = 0.0182), margins (P = 0.0329) and grade (P = 0.0251). Significant predictors of PFS were location (P = 0.0177), and radiation protocol (P = 0.0343). A combination of surgery and radiation was the strongest predictor of prolonged median survival (P = 0.0183) and PFS (P = 0.0263) at 505 and 301 days, respectively. Treatment of canine oral FSA with a combination of surgery and radiation therapy provided the longest median survivals.