I'm also in Tulsa and didn't realize there were others here, too. This place is a wonderful comfort for those of us who have lost canine best friends and offers a lot of good information.
"Oh, my gosh, I'm trying not to get the Kleenex (again!). What a bond you guys had! And, you know, as I've read all these blogs from us "humans" who have lost canine best friends, we all have the same deep spirit about these guys,…"
"I just checked Pedigree's website, and it says the Jumbone is "highly digestible", but I wonder if it's irritating his stomach on top of the medication and chemo. It could be just his immune system is down and you have a general…"
What is your dog's breed? (If you have more than one dog, please list a name followed by breed.)
Cruise, cocker spaniel. Monica, lab/golden retriever; Smokey? (undecided), German Shepherd/lab
I am very interested in learning more about canine cancer and how to prevent it, especially when there are certain breeds that are more susceptible to it.
What is one thing your dog does that reminds you to open your heart and love more deeply?
Cruise taught me that dogs can have human personalities. His "big sista" Murphy, 14, whom I lost just before I got him as a puppy was also a cocker, so I've had a chance to compare the gender differences. Monica has taught me canine attributes such as humility and patience.
Thanks for your comment. My sweet Italian Greyhound "Sami" died in my arms about 4 years ago from Lukemia. The vet said she lived over a year longer than she thought she would - I used only Natural herbs and no toxic medicine. I now have two Bichons who are a delight and I am using 4 herb tea - just a few drops in their water as prevention. 4 Herb Tea is a CURE for cancer in people that was announced in 1938 but the medical establishment and pharmaceutical companies did not want there to be a cure because of the money that is made off cancer -- think about that -- and it is still true today!!!!!!!!!! Melissa