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Hemangiosarcoma

August 1st, 2008 · 2 Comments

The following information is simply informational. Its intent is not to replace the advice of a veterinarian nor to assist you in making a diagnosis of your pet. Please consult with your own veterinary physician for confirmation of any diagnosis. Your pet’s life may depend on it. OVERVIEW Hemangiosarcoma is a very aggressive, high-grade soft […]

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Faces of Courage

February 23rd, 2015 · No Comments

This page is dedicated to those who have been diagnosed or lost to canine cancer. Please Click on any name to see their photo and to read the words of remembrance, wisdom and experiences as written by their loving owners. You may find these tributes to be both heartfelt and heartbreaking at the same time. […]

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Toby added to Faces of Courage

November 6th, 2011 · 35 Comments

Toby September 8, 1997 — September 10, 2011 UPDATE 9-25-2011— My precious Toby came in to my life 9/8/97 and departed from me 9/10/11. My Toby was diagnosed with HEMANGIOSARCOMA of the spleen 4.5 years ago and had an emergency Spleenectomy which revealed a burst tumor in his abdominal cavity. The Vet gave Toby 3 […]

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Yogi added to Faces of Courage

January 21st, 2011 · 4 Comments

Yogi December 2000 — January 5, 2011 UPDATE 01-21-2011— Yogi was a Christmas gift for Cami & Payton in December 2000, Santa brought him. In the beginning, like all puppies, Yogi was rambunctious and wasn’t very fond of rules. After he was trained (along with everyone else in the house) he loved to learn and […]

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Celebrating Hannah’s 14th Birthday

June 12th, 2010 · 1 Comment

Hannah UPDATE 06-12-10 — Dear Hannah: This month marks your 14th birthday, our sweet girl. Not a day passes that Mommy and Daddy don’t think of you, or wish you were here with us. Its been two years since you went to the Rainbow Bridge, and we miss you and know you are waiting for […]

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Laney added to Faces of Courage

May 14th, 2010 · 3 Comments

Laney 12 years old 1998—May 5, 2010 UPDATE 05-14-2010— Laney died of Splenic Hemangiosarcoma. About 1 month before she passed away, she seemed to be slowing down — she didn’t want to go on long walks anymore and had trouble climbing up on my sofa or bed. I took her to the vet the week […]

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Diagnosis

June 22nd, 2009 · No Comments

The following information is simply informational. Its intent is not to replace the advice of a veterinarian nor to assist you in making a diagnosis of your pet. Please consult with your own veterinary physician for confirmation of any diagnosis. Your pet’s life may depend on it. Anal Sac Adenocarcinoma— tumors arising from the apocrine […]

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Home Care Tips For Your Terminal Pets

December 11th, 2008 · No Comments

Unfortunately, most of our dogs will require more of our assistance as their disease progresses. Dr. Alice Villalobos, D.V.M. has compiled a list of things that we can do to ease and comfort our pets. She has coined the term “Pawspice”, such as Hospice that we, as humans receive but very much different in concept. […]

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Osteosarcoma

October 6th, 2008 · No Comments

The following information is simply informational. Its intent is not to replace the advice of a veterinarian nor to assist you in making a diagnosis of your pet. Please consult with your own veterinary physician for confirmation of any diagnosis. Your pet’s life may depend on it. OVERVIEW Most primary bone tumors in dogs are […]

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Titus added to Faces of Courage

October 2nd, 2008 · No Comments

Titus was a 9 y ear old lab who was dearly loved by his family. Read about Titus’ fight with Hemangiosarcoma in our Faces of Courage Gallery.

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