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Yesterday 12:26 PM
Oliver'smom
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It was bone cancer. They lost him. So sad. Only a year old and one of the top hunting dogs in the nation. Very sad.
Bone cancer spreads quickly and totally sucks. Usually by the time you find it, it is way too late. Our previous dog died of bone cancer, we lost him 3 weeks after diagnosis. The pain of the bone cancer is incredible. Not that any doggie disease is fun, but things are particularly difficult when you can't do anything to help with the pain, but say goodbye.
Yesterday 11:28 AM
Jax08 It was bone cancer. They lost him. So sad. Only a year old and one of the top hunting dogs in the nation. Very sad.
08-19-2014 06:29 PM
Jax08
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Thank you so much, we are starting to feel somewhat comfortable know that his first round of 3 injections have been finished.



I can't believe that! I really hope it comes back negative for Pythiosis, and they can get a proper diagnosis. That is so sad to hear.
Glad your boy is doing well!!!

Yes, very sad and shocking to hear. He told me the pup had Lyme's when we left last night but that was wrong. I don't think the end diagnosis is going to matter. Neither does my co-worker but they have to wait for the results to come back.
08-19-2014 06:27 PM
Jax08
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Are you saying the virus caused cancer? I'm confused.


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It's not a virus? I never said anything about a virus.

And no. I said the vets thought it was either Pythiosis OR bone cancer.
08-19-2014 05:45 PM
llombardo
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Are you saying the virus caused cancer? I'm confused.


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This virus is called Swamp Cancer for a reason...
08-19-2014 05:09 PM
woogyboogy
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Glad to hear that Loki is doing well. You guys have been through so much - I bet you'll be so glad to put this all behind you!
Thank you so much, we are starting to feel somewhat comfortable know that his first round of 3 injections have been finished.

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My co-worker in NYS is waiting on test results from Cornell. Young dog's bones are disintegrating. It's either this or bone cancer. His GF, who owns the dog, is devastated. If it's positive that puts this awful stuff in the PA/Ohio/NY area.
I can't believe that! I really hope it comes back negative for Pythiosis, and they can get a proper diagnosis. That is so sad to hear.
08-19-2014 03:51 PM
lauren43
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My co-worker in NYS is waiting on test results from Cornell. Young dog's bones are disintegrating. It's either this or bone cancer. His GF, who owns the dog, is devastated. If it's positive that puts this awful stuff in the PA/Ohio/NY area.

Are you saying the virus caused cancer? I'm confused.


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08-19-2014 12:15 PM
Moriah Heartbreaking!
08-19-2014 11:42 AM
Jax08 My co-worker in NYS is waiting on test results from Cornell. Young dog's bones are disintegrating. It's either this or bone cancer. His GF, who owns the dog, is devastated. If it's positive that puts this awful stuff in the PA/Ohio/NY area.
08-16-2014 07:21 PM
osito23 Glad to hear that Loki is doing well. You guys have been through so much - I bet you'll be so glad to put this all behind you!
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