Canine Bladder Cancer Final Stages

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RE: Canine Bladder Cancer Final Stages

by Litasmomma on Tue Nov 15, 2016 02:47 AM

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I am so sorry for your loss. I'm know your little one is at The Rainvow Bridge playing with my Little Lita until we can see them again.

RE: Canine Bladder Cancer Final Stages

by everley on Tue Nov 15, 2016 04:46 PM

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Litasmomma -

Thank you. I appreciate that. We miss her terribly EVERY day. The holidays will be hard without her. She used to lay under the tree :)

RE: Canine Bladder Cancer Final Stages

by everley on Tue Nov 15, 2016 04:53 PM

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Suetown-

I am so sorry to hear this. You were a great mom and did all you could. Find peace in knowing they are in no pain and waiting for us to meet again one day.

RE: Canine Bladder Cancer Final Stages

by LoMonaco12 on Tue Nov 15, 2016 07:19 PM

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I am so sorry.  Hugs and love to you!

RE: Canine Bladder Cancer Final Stages

by quikbell1 on Sat Mar 18, 2017 11:22 PM

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I'm so sorry to hear about Lita and Di and I understand how bad both families feel. We just had to make the decision today to say goodbye to our beautiful 12 year old pit bull Quik. He was so healthy and active up until about 3 months ago. Within 5 weeks everything happened so fast. He was diagnosed and treated with a bladder infection, upper respiratory infection, and anemia. After everything cleared up and his red blood cell count was still low, we knew something was wrong. He stopped eating, he was drained, he'd walk every other day, andhis body would just go limp. We took him in and his X-rays revealed a large tumor blocking his airway. His spleen & liver were enlarged. Quik was like a son to us and it was so sad to make the dreadful decision to let him go in peace. With the cancer and the large mass blocking his airway he was suffering and it would have been selfish to prolong his life for our benefit. He was an absolute angel!!!!

RE: Canine Bladder Cancer Final Stages

by Litasmomma on Wed Mar 22, 2017 05:20 AM

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I am so sorry to hear of Quik's passing and thank you for sharing this story. I know this blog continues to help with everyone's grief and I am grateful that there are still posts being written. I know your baby Quik is at The Rainbow Bridge playing with my Little Lita until we can see them again. We still think of Lita everyday and we know she is always with us. God Bless you and your family. 

RE: Canine Bladder Cancer Final Stages

by Litasmomma on Wed Mar 22, 2017 05:25 AM

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Hi LoMonaco12,

How is Stuart? I haven't seen any updates and was just checking in on this blog. Is he still doing ok? 

RE: Canine Bladder Cancer Final Stages

by quikbell1 on Wed Mar 22, 2017 01:46 PM

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Thank you so much for your kind words and yes I know we'll see those two little angels again.

RE: Canine Bladder Cancer Final Stages

by everley on Wed Mar 22, 2017 03:48 PM

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I am so sorry to hear about Quik. The one year anniversary of losing my Tessa was just2 days ago. It is so hard saying good bye to our babies. This was the first time I had to deal with cancer. Having a pet with a terminal illness is very difficult and it was a long road. You gave Quik a good home and you were there for him in the end and did all you could. You made the right decsion setting him free of any suffering. Hugs to you and your family.

RE: Canine Bladder Cancer Final Stages

by LoMonaco12 on Wed Mar 22, 2017 03:57 PM

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We are blessed to still have him with us.

His urine flow is very little now and he strains to go.  I can see the decline slowing.  Some days are better than others.

He is not showing any signs of pain.  Has a great appetite and still wags his tail with happiness. 

I continue to make homemade dog food and give daily massages, love and prayers.  

Thanks for checking in on him.  


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