I'm pretty sure when we take our dog Maya, to her fifth visit to the vet, they're going to tell us she has osteosarcoma. :( She suddenly had fever and chills an did not want to move. The vet saw "moth eaten" bone in her hind hock and a blip in her lung. We are so devastated that our sweet 8 year old Vizsla's life may be at it's end.
Reply To: SweetMaya
That's such sad news about your Vizsla. If it is bone cancer, then I am afraid to say that their is not much that can be done. Remember to weigh the type of life your dog is going to have if you do decide to try treat the disease. From what I know, there is a very low success rate, and it usually involves pretty life altering procedures. Loosing a dog that you love inst an easy thing, and I hope for the best for you two.
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