Guest BUNNYFOOFOO823 Posted August 4, 2008 Share Posted August 4, 2008 I adopted my beautiful girl Sibylla 2 years ago, she was 5 when we got her and will be 7 in November of this year 2008. A few weeks ago she just tumbled in our living room and we were so concerned. But she got up, we called the vet and brushed it off to just a fall. A few days ago she woke up with an aweful limp, we took her to the vet they checked out both her front legs and found nothing, we figured maybe our male grey Walter stepped on her (he always does!) or she slept on her foot wrong (she sleeps oddly). But now, we're reading all these blogs about cancer in Greys and I am so scared! I love my greys theyre my children, Sibylla is also my Therapy dog as I suffer from PTSD, I know one day all little animals must leave to the rainbow bridge, but we're not ready to part yet. How do we know if our dogs get cancer? Are there tests we can do each year or every 6 months so we can know if they get it? I read 44% of Greys get cancer, is this true? Im so sad right now... the thought of this is devastating and the fact that she is not being as peppy as she normally is and that she is limping is sad Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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