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Eileen - 249708   Port Perry, ON

9/14/2013 5:50:50 AM

Cancer is a very scary disease for both dogs and humans. My daughter just lost her 7 year old Jack Russell to cancer.

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Sherry   Murfreesboro, TN

6/19/2010 8:39:16 PM

I just lost my beautiful basset hound, Samantha, to cancer. She began slowly where she either would not eat in the morning and then did great in the evening. The next thing she was barely eating and would throw up often. After $1340 worth of tests, no help. This went on for almost two months and by the time she passed away, she was only bones and skin. There was no body fat. It was very sad but on the day I had to make the decision to let her go, they brought her to me first and she passed in my arms before anything was done. She chose the time and I was with her. I take comfort in that fact. She would have been 8 years old on September 11. My brother's family has her sister and my sister's family has her half-sister. I am heart broken.

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Sue   Cranston, RI

7/4/2009 7:44:55 PM

If you have a dog diagnosed with Lymphoma, and you can afford to treat your dog, go to a large teaching hospital/vet school and try chemo as an option. I did this for my 6 year old Shih Tzu and we are now 17 months past diagnosis and she is doing great! Chemo is not usually difficult for dogs to tolerate as they don't give the same dose as they do for humans and they can prolong your dog's life and the quality of life. It is well worth it. Don't give up if you get a cancer diagnosis!

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shera   reno, NV

3/8/2009 11:36:29 AM

i just lost my dog cancer an she stage one cancer but the told us they got it all out of her we had put her down on march 5 2009 6:00pm and it hurt me my boyfriend a lot he had her snice she was puppy throw car window

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