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.
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.
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.
Missy's developed a tremor in her rear legs. Is it related to the hemangiosarcoma? Is it pain? Is it a side effect of the long-term use of meloxicam or I'm-Yunity?
Missy's hair is changing color in certain specific locations. Related to the hemangiosarcoma? The treatment?
Despite a terrible tick season here in NH, they're dying on Missy without any help from anti-tick medicine.
We tell her she's too cute for words.
Kind of a no-no on her low-fat, high protein cancer diet, but special treats are still a must.
Never in a million years did we imagine that Missy would still be with us on Labor Day but our other dog, Smudge, wouldn't be.