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Old May 26th, 2012, 02:27 PM
astralus astralus is offline
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Unhappy German shepard - cancer

I have a german shepard female, six years old. This winter we noticed a tumor size of an egg on one of her breasts. We stalled with operation due to cold, it seems now that we stalled for to long. She was operated a bit more than two months ago (she was sterilized at the same time). The tumor was huge, but it was said to us that it seemed benine, and ther was no histology analyses taken. Ther was no bigger problems in the post-op, except one of her stiches broke and the wound couldn’t heal in that part. A few week ago she started to have trouble moving, it seemed as if she is in pain in the region of the scar. Now she is moving very little, my vet diagnosed her with metastasis, he wasn’t sure at first dough he though it is just the swelling from the scar. She bearly moves now and there is a sweling around the scar.
I feel terribly guilty. Is there anything I can do to help her, is there anything more that can be done to save her. I would be most greatfull for any kind of help or advice.
Thank you in advance.
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