sue light
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Jul 27, 1969 (Age: 49)
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district nurse

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sue light

New Member, Female, 49, from kent

heartbroken is an understatement Aug 25, 2018

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    1. sue light
      sue light
      heartbroken is an understatement
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    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    Jul 27, 1969 (Age: 49)
    Location:
    kent
    Occupation:
    district nurse
    hi my name is sue and my husband and I are proud parents to milo a year old apricot cockapoo, we really thought about the commitment a puppy would be ad how he would fit in to our lives. I have grown up children 30, 26 and 20 and 5 grandchildren 8 to 1 year, after a long time we took the plunge in 2017 and bought milo from a breeder who is amazing ad after care support is top notch, milo fitted in just grand and he was an absolute pleasure his mischievious his clever his loving and my husband an I adore him. when he was 9 months old he had frank haematuria and what they thought was a urine infection with the presents of strauvite crystals, he recovered and our perfect life with our fur baby continued.
    on the 27th of july 2018 my birthday milo fell ill again with a urine infection on further examination they found a very large mass on his kidney and another in his abdomen, they recommended after biopsys confirming a nasty a nephrectomy he pulled through surgery however there is nothing they could do the kidney is in a horrid state unable to remove and the mass in his abdomen has attached itself to spleen and intestines, my poor baby is pallative and terminal they are unable to give a time frame but we have months rather than years.. we bought him home and each day he amazes us and is most of the time bouncing off the walls.. his main diagnosis is a rare nephroblastoma of the kidney we are heart broken and as we are relatively new furbaby parents feel completely lost