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Owner: Misty C.
From San Antonio, TX
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Mast Cell Tumor Removal
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Jeff's Story:

We just found out today that one of our fur-sons, Jeff, has a mast cell tumor on his leg that needs to be removed. He also has a couple of other growths that sprang up out of nowhere. The vet doesn't think they are of the same type, but she will be removing them as well to be safe. I, my husband, and our extended family are heartbroken. Jeff is such an important part of our lives. I can't conceive of him not being a part of it. This is especially tough because we just lost Jeff's brother George, the Big Yellow Lab, on July 19. George and Jeff were both rescues and were adopted about the same time, a little over nine years ago. That date is also important to me because it marks the beginning of my relationship with my husband, William. We truly did start a family together. Jeff has been especially depressed since the passing of his bigger, both in size and age, brother. To get this news in his annual checkup has rocked the family even more. Jeff has been more than just our dog. I've had times during my career when I've had to do a bit of travel, so Jeff has vacationed with his human grandparents. They love him as much as we do. And after our niece was born, she fell in love with him too. We discovered he was gentle around children, letting her share his dog bed, lay on his back, and give him wet willies. Most people fall in love with Jeff once they meet him, though the first reaction is usually, 'What is that?', 'Is that a dingo?', or 'Is that  hyena?' I'm always tempted to say 'yes', but just patiently smile and say, 'No, he's a mixed-breed dog.' In reality, Jeff is an AmStaff/Rott/Chow/Basenji mix. He acts like a catdog. His ears operate like radars. He loves butt rubs, and will only bestow puppy kisses to the truly deserving. He is a bed hog. He still acts like a puppy at nine years old, loves adventures, playtime, sprinting, cat chasing, acting like a pony, and takes food out of your hand like he is lifting a feather. Help us help Jeff. He is the least demanding dog I've ever met, and the most stoic. There's a reason we call him Sir. He has too much pride and is too humble to ask for help, so I ask on his behalf. This is a breakdown of what he needs this Friday:

Sx Lumpectomy-Sm $135, INJ Pen $20.25, INJ Buprenex $20, Pulsoxometry $25, AX Gas-Iso $55, Prescreen $99.50, Histopath $245.50





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