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Melanomas in Dogs and Cats

Friday, April 11, 2014


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CHEBBA 4/11/2014 6:18PM

    Thank you for posting this. xx

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SIEGRID 4/11/2014 5:32PM

    Unfortunately our pets are prone to many of the same diseases that we are. Those vet bills can sometimes break you. I have been fortunate enough to have fairly healthy animals (except for Frodo, and he's doing good.) I have had a horse die of cardiac arrest (that one killed me, I so loved him, and we have vet visits regularly for the horses, and of course take the dog and cat) but sometimes they don't see it either.

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    I had no idea it was such a problem in cats and dogs.

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LEW0213 4/11/2014 12:31PM

    I've lost several dogs to these and one donkey had them in her mouth. We just had surgery done on one of our labs that had a tumor between her toes. Bad stuff. Always makes me worry when I feel a lump on one of them.

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1CRAZYDOG 4/11/2014 12:28PM

    Thanks for this information! It's so important to know how to give our pets the best health we can give them!

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