Regulatory T cells (Tregs) can be targeted in cancer immunotherapy. A previous study has shown that the chemokine CCL17 and the receptor CCR4 play a role in Treg recruitment in canine urothelial carcinoma. Here, we describe the association of tumor-infiltrating Tregs with CCL17/CCR4 expression in dogs with other carcinomas. In this study, we investigated 23 dogs with mammary carcinoma, 14 dogs with oral squamous cell carcinoma, 16 dogs with pulmonary adenocarcinoma, and 8 healthy control dogs. Immunohistochemistry showed that Foxp3+ Tregs and CCR4+ cells were increased in the tumor tissues of mammary carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and pulmonary adenocarcinoma, when compared with the healthy tissues. The number of CCR4+ cells was associated with that of Foxp3+ Tregs. Double immunofluorescence labeling confirmed that most tumor-infiltrating Foxp3+ Tregs expressed CCR4. In vitro, canine carcinoma cell lines expressed CCL17 mRNA. Quantitative RT-PCR (reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction) showed that CCL17 mRNA expression in canine carcinomas was increased approximately 10- to 25-fold relative to that of healthy tissues. These results suggest that the CCL17/CCR4 axis may drive Treg recruitment in a variety of canine carcinomas. CCR4 blockade may be a potential therapeutic option for tumor eradication through Treg depletion.