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Kevin Evans wrote
Need your prayers FB friends and family: Been through some challenging health issues in the family over the last 3 to 4 months and our boy (8 1/2 year old Greyhound Ernie) has been such a support in being the one that is always by your side – we just found out yesterday that he has an inoperable large cancer between his heart and rib cage – believing for a miracle for this Big guy
Bonnie N. Davis
My heart is breaking for you. IF it is Osteosarcoma or Chondrosarcoma, I’m sad to say I’ve been thru both with my dogs. I am also a former vet tech who worked with a world renown veterinarian who was a cancer specialist. There are treatment options… However, you have the difficult decision of choosing quality of life or these options which are very long and extremely hard on the body.
My personal decisions came down to quality of life and wanting to have them enjoy their remaining days, which they did. My dogs were seniors, rather than young dogs. One was 13. I did all I could to help support their bodies with nutrients as well as favorite activities and definite “spoiling.”
My thoughts & prayers are with you, your gorgeous Ernie, & your family as you navigate through this difficult time. Feel free to message if needed. And, if you don’t know what type of cancer it is, be sure to get a biopsy. Those I mentioned are two of the worst. Osteosarcoma has a life expectancy of 4-6 months from diagnosis, and the other is longer, but the treatment is radical & painful – and lasts about 8 months. It’s a lot for an old dog, with no guarantees.
May you have your miracle! I will certainly pray for IT and for Ernie’s health & happiness. Remember – Dogs do not fear death; they fear abandonment.