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Offline Stumpgrinder

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Our dog has cancer
« on: January 12, 2021, 05:08:32 AM »
Our 7 year old rescue, boxer/pit/bird dog mix, was just diagnosed with incurable lymphoma on her spleen. Shes the sweetest dog in the whole world and this is killing us .

We have decided we wont put her through chemotherapy because the vet said typical results are dubious in her experience. We brought her home to love on and spoil and pray for. Shes still really active and has the appetite of a small horse. The vet found the mass during a routine yearly check up

Anybody have experience with homeopathic treatments or other ideas that may give our girl some quality and maybe a bit more time ?

Thank you

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Re: Our dog has cancer
« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2021, 05:47:08 AM »
We also do rescues and my heart goes out to you. We have also had experience with similar cancers. Based on our experience you are on the right track. Give as much love and comfort that you can.
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Re: Our dog has cancer
« Reply #2 on: January 12, 2021, 06:38:54 AM »
Our 7 year old rescue, boxer/pit/bird dog mix, was just diagnosed with incurable lymphoma on her spleen. Shes the sweetest dog in the whole world and this is killing us .

We have decided we wont put her through chemotherapy because the vet said typical results are dubious in her experience. We brought her home to love on and spoil and pray for. Shes still really active and has the appetite of a small horse. The vet found the mass during a routine yearly check up

Anybody have experience with homeopathic treatments or other ideas that may give our girl some quality and maybe a bit more time ?

Thank you
Not knowing a dogs anatomy, but I no longer have a spleen. Is there a reason they can't simply remove it? Also, see a second vet, misdiagnoses do happen.
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Re: Our dog has cancer
« Reply #3 on: January 15, 2021, 06:47:47 AM »
My heart goes out to you........we lost our Rosco a Dutch Shepherd to lymphoma and it wasn't pretty at the end. I wish I would have taken action a month before.

I don't wanna take the focus off of you best friend...my heart goes out to you and now she's crossing over the Rainbow Bridge in the sky running free.


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Re: Our dog has cancer
« Reply #4 on: January 15, 2021, 07:15:24 AM »
Take solace in the fact that dogs live a shorter life because they discover true unconditional love.
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Re: Our dog has cancer
« Reply #5 on: January 19, 2021, 11:18:14 AM »
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Our 7 year old rescue, boxer/pit/bird dog mix, was just diagnosed with incurable lymphoma on her spleen. Shes the sweetest dog in the whole world and this is killing us .

Awe I am so sorry.  Just give her all the love you can.

My mini schnauzer, Tanner, had a spinal embolism this July.  He couldn't walk and I had to get him one of those wheelchairs for dogs.  He used it about a week!  He gets around now.  His back left leg was affected and he fell on the ground when it happened.  I thought he was having a stroke.

His toes on that foot curled under and it was terrible.  After he got going again about a month later.  His toes straightened out and now it no longer is bloody.  He put on 5 more pounds and he is just not as active as he used to be.  The doctor says it can happen again.  He cannot go up stairs so I have to lift his butt up.  I love him.  He's a really special dog.

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Re: Our dog has cancer
« Reply #6 on: January 20, 2021, 09:06:03 AM »
My prayers are with you.

 

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