What beautiful faces! There is just nothing like the face of a dog! So much soul! We all will keep praying for you and Jack.
I remember the first few weeks after Bailey's diagnosis were crammed with research and reading and worry. Sometimes I forgot just to love on him. That always made him feel the best.Give Jack smooches from me.
Welcome! And thank you for joining Fight K9 Cancer. As you can tell, I started the group in memory of our dog Sharmouta, aka Mouta. She had a sarcoma in her spine, diagnosed at age 9 and put up one hell of a fight! It is a heart-wrenching experience to go through, BUT, you will find much support and understanding at this site. I have been so astounded by the amount of caring and concern and sharing of information that takes place here. There are truly a lot of great people and dogs here! We have all been through or are going through the battle. I would've loved to have had a site like this to turn to when Mouta was diagnosed. It's wonderful to have people who know what you are going through to share with.
What beautiful boys you have! My prayers go up for Jack and you. We are here for you...there are a couple of survivor stories that are truly inspiring! Don't give up hope, keep up the battle. We ARE the cure!
You indeed will find help and support for your Jack. I would suggest 2 things. First, join the 2 groups "Prayers for my pup" and "Fight Canine Cancer" You will find much support and reading there. You can find the "Groups" tabs at the top of your page. Also, have you considered Dr. Dressler's book? It is Cancer Survival guide. It has invaluable information. I used it daily dealing with my boy Bailey's cancer. I downloaded it and printed it off and put it in a binder with all my notes and other refernces.
Don't give up hope---we're all here for you.