September 07, 2008


Bad news. My parents' little doggy has cancer.


Charlie and I are hoping for a full recovery.

Posted by: Sarah at 01:48 PM | Comments (6) | Add Comment
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1 Poor doggy. They do some awesome things with medications for small animals these days. My roomate is a vet student and I hear some very encouraging things from her. Good luck, prayers out from Stella and I.

Posted by: Mare at September 07, 2008 02:34 PM (APbbU)

2 Oh, no. Poor little thing! I hope your parents' little dog listened as well as Oscar did when he received a cancer diagnosis. They told him 3-4 months, he lived for several more years. He never was that good of a listener. {{Hugs}}

Posted by: Guard Wife at September 07, 2008 03:17 PM (F5iCn)

3 Poor Sweetie! Sending good thoughts...

Posted by: airforcewife at September 08, 2008 03:26 AM (mIbWn)

4 What a little cutie, one of those little doggies with a smile on his/her face. My best wishes for the little one. I lost my almost 16 year old yorkie a year ago and I still miss her so much. I don't want another one, unless someone out there wants to give me one that is potty trained!. I don't want to have my kids to have to deal with an old lady and her old dog at the same time, which is what happened last year. My daughter had to deal with the dying dog while I was in the hospital, my daughter in law had just had brain surgery and she was also helping with those kids. Daughters are wonderful even when they are 50. To close - looking at that sweet smiley face doggie is a treat.

Posted by: Ruth H at September 08, 2008 05:34 AM (4u82p)

5 OH NO!!! I don't know how Alexis and the cousins will take that news!

Posted by: Kate at September 08, 2008 12:48 PM (JIGe1)

6 That's a sweet picture of Charlie and his "Grumpy Uncle Toby." Toby doesn't know he's a dog so he can't relate to Charlie wanting to "rough house." We're waiting on further biopsy results sent to the Univ of Illinois Veterinary Research Lab. Evidently, dogs can be given radiation or chemo. We've got some decisions to make, but we have a reprieve for a few days. I just can't imagine our household without Toby. He's been part of our family since he was a pup and we all love him so much. Please say some prayers for him and also for Michael and Brian. Love, Mama

Posted by: Nancy at September 08, 2008 09:55 PM (coA+L)

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