Three years today Missy was diagnosed splenic hemangiosarcoma. Today we celebrate her amazing rebirthday. And yes, steak is involved.
Missy just reached the 33-month post-diagnosis mark, a number we never imagined we'd see.
Frequency of malignancy and survival rates of dogs that underwent splenectomy for incidentally detected nonruptured splenic masses or nodules.
Next week it will be 29 months since we received the devastating news that Missy has hemangiosarcoma. It's still devastating news, but every day she's still with us feels like a gift.
Look at this photo of a very vibrant Missy! She is amazing us all, including our vet.
2 years post-diagnosis with hemangiosarcoma, a number we never thought we'd see.
This may be the most significant advance in the treatment of canine hemangiosarcoma in decades.
Missy's not just still alive -- she is energetic, happy, and thriving!
People ask us all the time why we think she's still alive. We don't know, but at the 20-month mark she hiked several miles with us.
Case review of a dog who lived 18 months with hemangiosarcoma.