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  1. This may be being posted for a second time because I cannot find my first post. If it is a duplicate, I apologize. If this post comes across cold, it is not meant to, it just is the way I type because of the business I am in. Unfortunately, my business is very fact oriented and I have gotten accustomed to typing that way. My 12.5 year old baby, Charlie, has been diagnosed with stage 3 lymphoma. I am bound and determined to do everything possible for him to stay alive so long as he has a good quality of life. Timeline: 4/26/18 - had blood work done and he was in perfect health
  2. This morning, my grey Speed Racer (racing name Tipp Josiah) was diagnosed with lymphoma. The vet called it high grade and gave me two options. Option one: We can make him comfortable for the next couple of months with prednisone. He may survive one or two months. Option two: We can treat aggressively with chemotherapy. She is referring me to an oncology specialist and let me know to expect ultrasounds, x-rays, and biopsies. Can you tell me your experience with these two options? My dog is 9 years old. I don't want to traumatize him if I'm only buying a few extra low-quality-of-life months with
  3. Romie perked up after a couple of weeks of tramadol for his arthritis pain, but then started acting quieter again. Saturday I could feel lumps in his neck. Vet today found swollen lymph glands all over. Took a fine needle aspirate to confirm -- results later this week. Probably multicentric lymphoma. I'm starting to research the possibilities. Right now, he's eating fine; stools are a little on the soft side. I'm scared he'll suddenly nosedive, even before the aspirate results are back. Vet doesn't want to start with prednisone before results are back if we don't have to. I forget
  4. We adopted our lovely Kiowa about 5 years ago and she is our silly sassy girl who is loved by everyone! She is 7 years old, and has a brother, Raider (also a grey). Last Thursday, I noticed she was drinking an excessive amount of water and urinating more frequently than normal. By Friday, she seemed weaker and had some diarrhea. She wouldn't eat dinner that evening (we Grey owners KNOW that means something is wrong!). I took her to the Vet immediately and they saw blood in her urine and stool. They gave me special food and some antibiotics and sent us home for the weekend; but the Vet knew som
  5. From yesterday's paper. Notice the bold section near the end, about the researchers' desire to make the lymphoma and other drugs (cheaply) and "test market" them through sales to pet dogs -- they'd be human drugs that are already approved after testing them on dogs, but now manufactured in a vastly cheaper and different way, making them affordable for pets for the first time, according to the radio interview I heard this morning. Might be worth sharing with vets or watching for. I know it won't help those already suffering , but it's a bright spot on the horizon. Let's hope a vet phar
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