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  • Compassionate Care Should Be Mandatory

    Our darling Myra recovered well from her temporary tracheotomy surgery on Saturday evening. She was so happy to see us; we felt terrible leaving h...
  • Cancer Doesn't Read the Book

    Oh my. Myra's cancer is just so frustrating. A few days ago I posted a wonderful blog about the negative ultrasound that showed Myra's intestinal ...
  • And There Was Great Rejoicing!

    Our little girl Myra, the 8 year old Cavachon, has been fighting a mighty battle against lymphoma in her stomach and small intestines. We were dev...
  • Houston - We Have A Problem

    The curious cancer that our little dog Myra has developed continues to misbehave. Originally diagnosed as the more slow-growing, small cell cancer...
  • Feed The Dog, Not The Cancer

    On Myra's continued journey to conquer lymphoma, it will be important to feed her a diet that is designed to feed her good nutrition while trying ...
  • Many Aspects Of Treatment For Cancer

    Myra's oncologist, Dr. Kate Vickery, trained at the Chi Institute of Chinese Veterinary Medicine, which is where I also received my certification ...
  • Cat Lymphoma In A Dog?

    You never want to be the owner of the pet that the veterinarian proclaims is a "very unusual case". Translation: not exactly sure what to do with ...
  • Decisions, Decisions

    As many of you are aware, our Cavalier Bichon mix, Myra, was recently diagnosed with transmural lymphoma of the small intestine. We were fortunate...
  • Thankful For Bad News

    A few weeks ago I posted the story of my dog Myra and the pineapple piece that was wedged in her bowel, resulting in emergency surgery. At the tim...