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    Sorry to hear this sad news, Beau, he is lucky to have you. Hope he continues to be well for some time yet.
    Last edited by Tkay; 12-14-2009 at 03:23 PM. Reason: stupidity
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    Oh hun.. that broke my heart to read....

    IM sorry it's come to this, but i think you've made the right decision!! The endings should be about love and happiness

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    So sorry..
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    I'm so sorry Beau

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    I'm so sorry Beau

    I wish you to stay as long as possible together

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    Thanks for all the well wishes people, it means alot to me.
    we'll just carry on as usual,and he is an old dog who has led an exceptional life.
    Someone asked about what it looked like, well he has allways had a small scar in the area as long as i could remember that was raised, it wasnt anything i was ever concerned about, and no vets ever raised concern about it during check ups etc. My other dog nipped him on it while playing and it swelled up, which i thought was normal bruising and it shrunk down again so I didnt pay any mind to it.

    Then it just started growing, sometimes it was hard sometimes soft.

    The biopsey was done and it was confirmed.

    I will try and put a pic up of it shortley, its quite large.
    I'le also put a link to some info about mast cell cancers in dogs too, so people who never heard about them can read up on them.

    My vet said that for some reason most staffy and bull terrier type dogs that present with mast cell it is usually a very bad form of it. It must be something genetic, it's quite strange.



    here is a link to some info about mas cell tumors in dogs http://www.sconevet.com.au/companion/mastCell.html
    Last edited by Beau; 10-24-2009 at 09:48 AM. Reason: adding pic

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    Oh Beau . I'm so,so sorry,I had missed this

    He's had a wonderful life with you though,remember the good times and know that there will be many dogs to greet him at the Bridge .


    Edit toadd ;do you still have that picture of him and Star I think it was at a dam or a creek ? Memory is shocking ,but they looked absolutely content and loved.
    Last edited by ChoppaChop; 10-24-2009 at 11:29 AM.
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    RIP my Friend, my Best Friend.

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    I'm sorry Beau.

    What a life he had with you, though, huh?

    He's at Rainbow Bridge now, waiting till you meet again.

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    I am so sorry Beau, my Shadow's last months we made the best of too. Soon it will be one year. I treasure the days we had, as you will.

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