Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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What does it mean to Be More Dog?
Find out in Be More Dog: Learning to Live in the Now by Tripawds founders Rene and Jim. Learn life lessons learned from their Chief Fun Officer Jerry G. Dawg! Get the book and find fun gifts in the Be More Dog Bookstore.
25 April 2007
Ugh cancer! Ok here's the thing: it sucks, no doubt, that the met is there. But like Sally pointed out, Booey is herself and doesn't care what the scans said. She's lovin' life on her terms!
Yep, our Jerry had mets that stabilized and allowed him to live beyond his prognosis, and many dogs have gone much longer than he did with mets. So they aren't always the end of the road.
Also, stay tuned for an interview with Jake's oncologist Dr. Britton, which will publish this week in Tripawds News. Jake has mets and she started him on an innovative chemotherapy protocol that is keeping Jake's mets from misbehaving.
Keep on following Booey's lead. She knows what to do right now and it's not sitting around feeling sad. Rock life on 3 legs with her as best you can, it's the most pawesome way to stick it to cancer!