In just a couple of months we'll hit the 36-month survival mark for Missy. And she's doing great!
Missy just reached the 33-month post-diagnosis mark, a number we never imagined we'd see.
The Shine On Project is now enrolling clinical trial participants for a test that may help detect hemangiosarcoma in its earliest stages.
A clinical trial to evaluate the effects of an FDA-approved investigative agent on dogs that have splenic hemangiosarcoma.
There's a new website dedicated to the cure of HSA, created in memory of Bear, the couple's aussie.
Missy had a vestibular incident on Saturday night. Today's Monday and we're just back from the vet with more questions than answers at this point.
It's hard to imagine we'd be relieved that Missy has pancreatitis, but we are. Because we thought we might be losing her last night.
You've survived hemangiosarcoma for 30 months. You reached your decade milestone, a birthday we never imagined we'd see with you. We love you, little Missy Moo. Every day with you is a gift.
Oakland Veterinary Referral Services is looking nationwide for dogs suffering from stage II splenic hemangiosarcoma to submit for a study of the benefits of traditional Chinese herbal medicine (TCHM) as treatment to significantly extend life.
Even when the gift is willingly given, providing care for a sick loved one can cause strain in multiple ways--mental, physical, social, and financial, to name a few.