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        01-25-2012, 01:43 AM
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    Originally Posted by Tianimalz    
    I can't imagine how stressed and worried you must be.... I've never run into something like that before, I really hope you can somehow get the poor girl to a vet.

    I found this site, maybe it'll help you identify what kind of tumor she has and what's causing it.

    Canine Tumors and Cancers

    I'm still doing some googling, I doubt it'll be much help but I'll post if I can find anything useful.
    Thank you so much for your efforts it's driving me crazy I don't understand why it's so expensive to have it removed because it's only under the skin it's not "IN" her body you know?
         
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        01-25-2012, 01:49 AM
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    Originally Posted by redape49    
    Thank you so much for your efforts it's driving me crazy I don't understand why it's so expensive to have it removed because it's only under the skin it's not "IN" her body you know?
    Pretty sure they charge it because they can on a lot of things. This is a sort of off beat suggestion... but since you don't have the money up front, is there any small-time vet that could do the operation.... and be willing to let you work off what you can't afford? I'm sure there are always kennels that need cleaned and floors that need sterilized.

    It's just a suggestion...
         
        01-25-2012, 01:51 AM
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        01-25-2012, 01:53 AM
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    Originally Posted by Tianimalz    
    Pretty sure they charge it because they can on a lot of things. This is a sort of off beat suggestion... but since you don't have the money up front, is there any small-time vet that could do the operation.... and be willing to let you work off what you can't afford? I'm sure there are always kennels that need cleaned and floors that need sterilized.

    It's just a suggestion...
    Yea not in this economy especially where I live. I'm going to the SPCA again tomorrow. I'll give it a shot and see if I can work anything off. Sigh, thank you
         
        01-25-2012, 01:58 AM
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    I'll hit you up if I come across anything new... is her health deteriorating any? I find it odd that if she had cancer she isn't losing weight or seriously winding down. When my boyfriends dog got stomach cancer (RIP, poor guy.), his health literally dropped like a rock within the week.
         
        01-25-2012, 02:00 AM
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    Originally Posted by Tianimalz    
    I'll hit you up if I come across anything new... is her health deteriorating any? I find it odd that if she had cancer she isn't losing weight or seriously winding down. When my boyfriends dog got stomach cancer (RIP, poor guy.), his health literally dropped like a rock within the week.
    =( awww =( no, she still her hyper high strung self. Appetite is fine as well. Haven't noticed any changes in her. Like the vet said, it's not IN her body so still scares me it could be cancer but not slowing her down yet because of that factor.
         
        01-25-2012, 02:03 AM
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    How odd... well that could possibly be taken as a good sign. Maybe it's just a fatty tumor? I'm not aware of how quickly those grow how ever. Could she be having an allergic reaction to something? Or maybe one of her puppies bit too hard and it's reacting badly?

    Dunno, just throwing out suggestions.
         
        01-25-2012, 02:12 AM
      #28
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    Originally Posted by Tianimalz    
    How odd... well that could possibly be taken as a good sign. Maybe it's just a fatty tumor? I'm not aware of how quickly those grow how ever. Could she be having an allergic reaction to something? Or maybe one of her puppies bit too hard and it's reacting badly?

    Dunno, just throwing out suggestions.
    She's had nothing new and she stopped nursing about 6 weeks ago, all her puppies are gone to their new homes already
         
        01-25-2012, 02:17 AM
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    Glad they all got homes, labs are the most adorable things at that age. I wish mine were still that little

    Well... I'm stumped... please keep the thread updated though as things progress, I'm keeping my fingers crossed for your girl and will be watching for updates.
         
        01-25-2012, 02:25 AM
      #30
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by Tianimalz    
    Glad they all got homes, labs are the most adorable things at that age. I wish mine were still that little

    Well... I'm stumped... please keep the thread updated though as things progress, I'm keeping my fingers crossed for your girl and will be watching for updates.
    I know I wanted to keep one buuuut I'm struggling with the ones I have so not a good idea! Thank you and I will keep updated
         
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