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If bloodwork and xrays check out, are they hoping to do a lumpectomy? yes. the doctor seems confident that she'll be able to remove the entire thing. That's good news! How's he doing? Funny thing is, he's never been better. His diagnosis of hypothyroid, and the soloxine he's been taking, has him ac...
AllisonPitbullLvr wrote:If bloodwork and xrays check out, are they hoping to do a lumpectomy?
yes. the doctor seems confident that she'll be able to remove the entire thing.
Have a copy of the cytology report for those who can interpret or are curious: source: 3 inch firm mass near the right caudal mammary gland, 2 smears. Microscopic description: A highly cellular sample is present on a pale basophilic background with low numbers of red cells and consists of aggregates...
What was a routine visit for anal glands turned out to be a lot more than that. The vet noticed a lump near Hershey's genitalia as an incidental finding as she was palpating him, and we opted to do a cytology. The DVM just called with the results: a malignant nerve sheath tumor. Hershey's going in o...
- Mon Oct 14, 2013 10:26 am
- Forum: Training and Behavior
- Topic: Dogs killed another animal and I'm getting tired of it all.
- Replies: 21
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Not much to add to what the others above have said. I will add that, dog-dog aggression, or dog-animal aggression, is not pit bull specific (or even dog specific). I know a purebred Labrador Retriever that has killed multiple small-breed dogs. All down to owner error and irresponsibility. The dog in...
- Sat Dec 22, 2012 12:37 am
- Forum: Health Issues
- Topic: OFFICIAL ear cropping/tail docking debate thread
- Replies: 1131
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She's not talking about dogs going home, medicated. She's talking about how they come OUT of anesthesia, before those other meds come into play. I wouldn't be so quick to discount people who watch dogs wake up, they are there, they see it. You are free to make your own choices on 'if it hurts' or'i...