Re: Cancer and Dogs
I too had a dog who was misdiagnosed by a specialist by saying the tumor was cancerous -- without anything other than a visual inspection. It had already been removed by a veterinary teaching hospital once, so I took her back there after this visit. It was removed by the them for less than $300 and confirmed NON malignant. The specialist quoted me $4,100. Definitely get a second opinion!
Murphy, Sheltie/Keeshond, 10/31/91-10/3/10
Max, GSD, 6/3/96 - 4/26/08
Kitties: Taz, Chessy, Jacki and Lucy