Originally Posted by Teger
will do -- so far I'm glad that we made the choice to go with chemo. it's been .. expensive .. to say the least -- $790 so far for the treatments, probably $200 spent buying various foods hoping to get her to eat, $50 on prescriptions, etc, but I didn't get a dog to save money, so it is what it is. I rationalize it to by telling myself it's less than a pair of shell Aldens. the oncologist and her staff have been great, and they seem to really, really care about our dog, which has helped a lot. now i just hope her appetite returns completely, she starts eating her dog food again (or at least chicken), and her jaundice fades away.
I'd lost track of this thread for a while and followed your story from the first post up until this post, all within the course of an hour. Sounds promising, Teger. Best of luck.
As I type this, there's a 10 year old Rhodesian Ridgeback's head resting on my thigh and a 13 year old JRT on my lap after a morning walk so life feels pretty good here for now.
Meanwhile.Obie, the obese dog