She has to choose. No advice. For myself ->
Tue Jun 25, 2019 5:00pm

Id keep him comfortable and let him go. Unless the side effects of the chemo are minimal, and it is a short course. Mostly I think this kind of prolonging life is for us not them. It is our fear of death and loss, not theirs.JMHO.

  • Need some advice My friends goldendoodlePeggy(Rocky), Mon Jun 24 8:51am
    is 9 1/2yrs.old and had anal cancer about 3 weeks ago removed. Now the report came back he still has cancer. She is so upset and doesn't know what to do about chemo. Please any opinions are welcomed.
    • This makes my heart ache! I went thru this withvicki zoe zinc zed zemo zinnia zailey, Wed Jul 3 11:13am
      Zeus. Did the surgery, 19 radiation treatments and still lost him within 6 months. I am so sorry I put him thru the radiation and made his last months even more uncomfortable and painful. It is an... more
    • I am so very sorryVera, Fri Jun 28 4:19am
      for the struggle of your friends and my heart goes out to their dog. It is a terrible decision, but I would let him go peacefully. Even if money is not an issue, putting a dog almost 10 years old... more
    • She has to choose. No advice. For myself -> — Swarl, Tue Jun 25 5:00pm
      • I feel so fortunate that we haven't had theLinda P and Maxwell in Ohio, Wed Jun 26 12:38am
        chemo option available. What a tough decision. Sending her and her doodle lots of hugs for a difficult situation. She may need more information. How much time does he have? What does her vet suggest?
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