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My Yellow Lab has cancer

Michaelthomasj

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To start this story off I am still mourning the loss of my English Mastiff Walker who died in May of 2010. He was almost 10 and the best dog I have ever had. I still miss him everyday and wonder what i could have done to keep him around a little longer.

Ok..So back to the original post. I have two dogs left. Wendy a female English Mastiff (9) and Sol A male yellow lab (5) I noticed a small growth on his side a couple months back, and it started to get bigger. So i took him to the vet to get a needle biopsy done. The report came back neither negative nor positive. It showed a typical cells..which basically means abnormal cells. So i decided to have it removed. The report from the mass came back positive for a connective tissue carcinoma. All of the margins are clean wich is a good thing, but he has to go to an oncologist when his wound heals. I am really bummed about this. I cant take another loss so soon. :(
 

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My four cats (of probably 20 I've had in and out of my house) and my two dogs are all sheltered/rescued animals. My two dogs are absolutely my best friends in life. Now approaching 10 and 12, which is life span for their breed, I know those difficult days are coming. I know this won't help much at that final moment, but I share with myself that when they move on, that is two more dogs I can remove from a shelter. The one dog Coco however, is not like any dog I've ever been around. I think you will always get that one animal in life that you will never be able to replace, and this one for me is her. There are many things in life I have learned over the years, and many things I know I will never understand, but I do know that it is better to have shared love and lost, than to have not had the experience.

I always go back to thinking, for everything my dogs have given me, it is only fair I give back to dogs. This is why I devote so much time to rescue. The only thing close to being with Coco, is knowing I helped in saving the life of another dog. If you feel so strongly about your animals, try helping a local rescue out, and see if it fits you. It might be one small thing that helps you in dealing with the loss of your own animals.
 

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