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Caring for my Weimaraner who has Lymphoma in her last days.
Zeppe was put to sleep March 16th
I am so sorry to hear of your loss
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Hi... kia was diagnosed with lythoma yesterday after visiting the vets about severe fatigue and weight loss. Vet have said 6weeks maxI mum x
Hello my name is Dawn, our 10 yo French bulldog was diagnosed with a brain tumor and we were told she has 4 months to live. We are very sad.
Just got biopsy results showing our 3 year old has lymphoma. :(
Our Cody had a sarcoma removed from his knee on the 10th...we have lost two corgi's before to cancer and I don't want t to lose Cody.
Hi Our dog Penny was diagnosed with stage 3 lymphoma yesterday. She is 9 1/2 years old.
Peanut was diagnosed with stage 3 Lymphoma on Sept 13th 2016. I rate the dog cancer network at 10 plus
Bailey is 14 (born on Valentine's Day), and has lymphoma. Just want her to be happy and comfortable. For as long as possible!
Hi, My name is Priscilla and I am from Dallas, TX and this is My Precious Boy, Buddy
Looking for ways to make my baby feel better.
Hi I am new to the group and have some questions.
Obviously, the other alternative is to skip rad/chemo and go 110% with the homeopathic care. Since this is an aggressive cancer is it best to knock it on its heals and then do homeopathic care to build his immune system back up and attack it as I just have no idea with this type of cancer if starting with homeopathic care can attack it immediately before it spreads?
PART 4: Max is doing fine right now and I don't see any worrying signs (other than maybe he seems to be drinking somewhat more water than usual) so I want to fight but not sure what to do. Any thoughts would be immensely appreciated.
Ps: sorry for the long text :)
PART 3: I've already talked to one of the vets in Rhode Island that was on your recommended list and she'll see Max on Friday if the biopsy comes back positive but I'm just worried that I'm going to get pulled by the oncologist in one direction and the AVH vet in the other still leaving me racked with indecision and fear.
PART 2: I feel frozen with indecision and not sure if I should go all in with homeopathic care or if I should go with radiation (I'm assuming that's what they'll suggest anyway) in order to give the cancer a fast and hard punch in the nose and then go 110% all in with the suggestions in your book.
PART 1: Ted, do you know anything about prorate cancer? We may have caught Max's cancer on the early side but I know it's an aggressive cancer. I haven't got the results of the biopsy yet but I'm really worried. I bought your book yesterday and read the whole thing. The test was done not at my regular vet but at an animal oncologist office.
My dog, Baarlo is a 3.5 year old Keeshond. He was diagnosed with lymphoma about 4.5 weeks ago. He's being treated at Ohio State University.