Lets see those dogs!!! And cats or whatever pets you have

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    • I understand what you went through. My springer, Winston, had over 11 tumors taken out at one time and luckily they were all benign lipomas (fatty tissue tumors) Dogs don't metabolize anesthesia well so they are really groggy for quite awhile. He was pretty funny trying to get him home. A 68 pound dog that was pretty much a limp noodle is hard to carry. Glad your boy is ok.
    • rabtech wrote:

      Lincoln is my big Australian shepherd. Last week I shaved him because it has been so hot. My wife immediately noticed a big mass on his hip. We got him to the vet the next morning.

      When we got to the vet they stuck his hip and looked at the cells under the microscope. She hardly got any liquids when she pulled back on the syringe. She couldn't tell for sure by the sample but she thought the cells were from a fatty tumor. So we scheduled him for surgery today.

      Allison dropped him off early and when she was on her way back home the Vet called me. She said they had found two more knots under his neck. She said she wouldn't know if they were cancer till she cut them out..... I told her to cut them all out and let me know what they all were..

      She called a little later and said all of the were just fatty tumors and they popped right out. Thank goodness my boy is ok. He is a little smaller now but he is doing fine. :D

      He's just a little sleepy.....



      they are just like our children aren’t they! Get well soon !
    • rabtech wrote:

      Lincoln is my big Australian shepherd. Last week I shaved him because it has been so hot. My wife immediately noticed a big mass on his hip. We got him to the vet the next morning.

      When we got to the vet they stuck his hip and looked at the cells under the microscope. She hardly got any liquids when she pulled back on the syringe. She couldn't tell for sure by the sample but she thought the cells were from a fatty tumor. So we scheduled him for surgery today.

      Allison dropped him off early and when she was on her way back home the Vet called me. She said they had found two more knots under his neck. She said she wouldn't know if they were cancer till she cut them out..... I told her to cut them all out and let me know what they all were..

      She called a little later and said all of the were just fatty tumors and they popped right out. Thank goodness my boy is ok. He is a little smaller now but he is doing fine. :D

      He's just a little sleepy.....



      That's good news Robert. Lincoln needs to hang out with Lewis and the rest of the gang to keep you out of Allison's way.
      If your carpet has to match the drapes,
      shouldn't your trailer match your Slingshot?
    • I need to get over this one. I saw these cuties and it was killing me to not take one home. Raising a puppy and going to slingshot events, family travels and a few cruises doesn't seem fair to one right now. But he's going to be on my mind for a while I'm sure




      I have to keep telling myself that they will get bigger before too long
      If your carpet has to match the drapes,
      shouldn't your trailer match your Slingshot?
    • This most adorable guy ate part of my leather skull cap.and I’m not very happy.



      I went to a Harley shop to buy a replacement and the lady said she can’t get leather ones. So I searched the internet and I can’t find one like this anywhere. Now the chewed up portion is about 1”x6” and it’s nowhere to be seen so I’m guessing he swallowed it.
    • rabtech wrote:

      Lincoln is my big Australian shepherd. Last week I shaved him because it has been so hot. My wife immediately noticed a big mass on his hip. We got him to the vet the next morning.

      When we got to the vet they stuck his hip and looked at the cells under the microscope. She hardly got any liquids when she pulled back on the syringe. She couldn't tell for sure by the sample but she thought the cells were from a fatty tumor. So we scheduled him for surgery today.

      Allison dropped him off early and when she was on her way back home the Vet called me. She said they had found two more knots under his neck. She said she wouldn't know if they were cancer till she cut them out..... I told her to cut them all out and let me know what they all were..

      She called a little later and said all of the were just fatty tumors and they popped right out. Thank goodness my boy is ok. He is a little smaller now but he is doing fine. :D

      He's just a little sleepy.....



      Glad your little buddy is OK
      I know how devastating it can be when your pet is sick.
      MOE MONEY - MOE MODS
      :GRAYSS:
      LONE WOLF
    • @Bigdog, looks like he chose you to be his Human. Bet he would be loving and loyal to you and your family if you have the room AND the lap to give him a loving home.

      They know and appreciate it beyond measure when you take them in and give them a home. Probably got dumped by his previous owner, poor guy. You can tell by the picture where he is looking at you that he already adores you!!

      That is kind of how I wound up with my little ginger kitty, named her Skitty. Slept on my deck for three years before she decided I was worthy to be her Human. Best little girl I have ever had!
      If you get hit, it's because you were there.

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