Originally Posted by buckeye1
I'm sorry for your loss. I'm sure it was a very hard decision. (they are never easy). Kinda strange how she was fine one moment and not the next. Did they ever say what caused her throat to be like that? If it was cancer did it spread to other places as well? RIP
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They said that the bloat could possibly be taken care of, but if they couldn't get it down her throat, they wouldn't be able to get rid of it.
Most of her problems started from the stomach Mass she has. It was messing with her stomach, and they think the Mass had spread.
According to the Vet, a Mass can take over a dog in the matter of weeks, and if its cancerous, there is really nothing you can do. Even if she had surgery, and if it was cancerous witch was a 75-85% chance it was, she only had less then 3 months. I just did not want to put her through more pain.
Originally Posted by Courtney
Please do not blame yourself. Sometimes these things really do just come on all of a sudden. Did the vet mention Hemangiosarcoma? Which, unfortunately is seen alot in our breed.
The emergency vet did not say anything about it. The vet that i got a 2nd opinion from did.