After a 3 week restricted activity from surgery Neezer is happily moving around like a 12 y/o puppy lol. He had a mass attached to his spleen. Both came out and the mass is benign. So we move on.
Glad to hear the good news! I lost both my GSP and Beagle to cancer a couple years back. All my past dogs were purebreds and even in their last weeks they wanted to do what they were bred for -- tails wagging until the end. Can't wait to read of more adventures from Neezer!!
Sorry to hear this Frank, but glad Neezer is on the mend. We are treating a Whippet Champion of ours (AKC Grand Champion) for blastomycosis, a fungal infection. She will loose an eye, but prognosis other than that is good. She is only 9 1/2.
Haven't seen you on the forum much, glad to hear from you. Bummer about the eye. Where would that fungus come from? 9 and a half is young for a Whip but I guess that falls under "veteran"? The hard part for Neezer was being on lead for 3 weeks after the surgery.
After all this with Neezer, I have gotten word that his brother Mars died from an apparent heart attack. That leaves 8 left in the litter. Mars was in a lot of events and was a top notch performer.