Thanks! I know it's good news and all, I mean better than it could be in a worst case scenario, but on the other hand it's still the second time a lump turned out to be cancerous. I don't know, I'm going from "Yay! Good news, it's just stage one, happy happy happy!" to "OMG my dog has cancer, she's going to die!"
Eh... It's just hard for me to accept she's getting older and she won't be with me forever.
Brina looks and feels fine, plus her bloodwork came back ok a month ago. For now we'll go through with the dental surgery, because one of her teeth is completely black and we have to remove it asap. When I pay that off, I'll make an appointment with an oncologist and have Brina's lungs x-rayed just to see if cancer did spread somewhere else. Ugh and I have to fit in Jaka's visit to an orthopedist somewhere because of his back problems... I swear one of these days I will drown in all these vet bills. It must be nice to have healthy dogs, I've never had that.