The day the C word was mentioned

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Rylie

I should start with the day OSA was mentioned.  We had brought Rylie in to the vet to check on limp. This wasn’t happening long but we had previously had 2 dogs with TPLO’s so if it was a torn ACL , we wanted to get a jump on it.  She had her leg up for 1 day and then gradually over the weekend it was coming back down to a mild toe touch.. The vet didn’t feel anything in her knee that was an issue. So we went home with Rymidal and rest for 2 weeks later she was occasionally toe touching so we decided on next step was the sedated x-rays. When I picked Rylie up my vet was like great news all looks well.  No worries, Radiologist will review by she felt confident there were no issues. I was glad we took the extra measure to check and got home and let her run out in backyard. Within 2 hours my vet had called back apologizing and saying that the radiologist saw a less dense area in the bone of her rear left leg.  Less Dense what did that mean? My vet said Cancer.  I was sure she was wrong.

 


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3 thoughts on “The day the C word was mentioned”

  1. Welcome and thank you for sharing Rylie’s story. Your future blog posts and pages will publish immediately without requiring moderation.

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  2. It’s always such a gut punch to hear that word. I remember it like it was yesterday when our Jerry was diagnosed. I’m so sorry you are in that same place.

    As tough as it is, Rylie will handle everything so much better than you ever imagined. And when you are worried and stressed, we are here to help OK?

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