Dog cancer vet does a biopsy on his own dog - watch these videos

A while ago I wrote that my good friend and Maui's veterinarian, Dr. Demian Dressler is researching and writing about dog cancer.

Well, here is some sad news...

Demian's beloved chow chow named Bjorn may have cancer.

Demian discovered an unusual spot in his dog's mouth recently and he had to do a biopsy on Monday.

At Demian's request, I videotaped the preparation for and the biopsy procedure itself. If you care about dogs and love dogs, you must watch both of these videos. (There is nothing gory at all.)

It may take a moment for these videos to load in this blog page, but it is well worth it. The first video is 3 minutes long, the second video is 5 minutes.

Please watch these and comment below.

Dog Cancer Biopsy Preparation



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Dog Cancer Biopsy Procedure


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Also, if you are interested in taking a quick survey that will help Dr. Dressler in his dog cancer project, please visit his dog cancer website and take a quick survey. You may even win a $20 gift certificate to Amazon.com for your help. (The gift certificate drawing end June 30, 2008.)

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Comment by Gayle A Gormley Smith on July 1, 2008 at 5:45pm
Bjourn will be Okay.... ask and you shall receive, trust in all, and you will know the power of love. keep us posted
Comment by Teresa Day on June 26, 2008 at 5:55am
Bjourn is in good hands. After seeing this video he is in my thoughts and prayers. Love to him and his family. Teresa x
Comment by Mrs. Lorna R. Lanyon on June 25, 2008 at 7:17pm
Count our thoughts and prayers among those whose comments have gone before for the best of out-comes for Bjourn. Lorna
Comment by Sally Karo on June 25, 2008 at 10:58am
I want to thank you for this most informative video. I hope Bjorn's biopsy comes back negative. My sister's dog had bone cancer and she treated him with shark cartlidge and Kassie's Tea and he lived for about 3 years after diagnosis. They could not amputate his leg with the cancer, as his other front leg was not strong enough. I will keep Bjorn in my prayers.
Comment by Debbie Kaikaka on June 25, 2008 at 10:30am
I pray Bjorn does not have cancer but remember their are great treaments available now adays and my Lucky girl got 3 good years after being diagnosed with bad news. She was tought me so much and I thank god for allowing her to stay with me longer then anyone said she would. 4-6 months was a wonderful 3 years...Keep your chin up. They are stronger then we know. Please keep us posted and we will keep you close to our hearts and prayers...;)
Comment by kim gavens on June 25, 2008 at 10:09am
Many prayers to Bjorn-He has a great dad who loves him very much.WE all will keep him in my thoughts & prayers! :)
Comment by Johnny Raven on June 25, 2008 at 7:47am
That was so interesting, I worked for a vet but never witnessed a biopsy. I hope he has a full recovery and is cancer free.
Comment by Kathi Cipriano on June 25, 2008 at 6:28am
Fingers and paws crossed that Bjorn is cancer-free.
Comment by Tiffany on June 25, 2008 at 4:32am
Thank you for sharing this experience and valuable information with us. Love and light to Bjorn.
Comment by Joanne on June 25, 2008 at 3:59am
Will be keeping Bjorn in my prayers and anxiously waiting to hear the results.

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