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19.08.2012 - Victoria
Well, we are one-week into tripawdness with our 9+ year old Scottie, Duncan. I caonnt believe I'm saying this, but we are SO very very glad that we had the surgery done. Duncan had a neural sheath tumor on his front leg, and as we struggled to get it diagnosed, we watched him diminish from the super-fierce perro fuerte that he had always been into a sad, lethargic little man. The thing that broke my heart the most was the week before the surgery when I saw him hobble-running down the backyard. I thought, That's the most I've seen him move in weeks! Of course, turns out he was chasing a skunk (2009 Record Skunks : 2 / Duncan : 0) Ah well, it at least told us there was still life left in him, if we could just get him feeling better.We were heart-broken to make the decision to amputate his leg. That's the thing with our babies we wrack up immense guilt at making tough decisions for them, second-guessing whether they would agree with it if they could. The research we did, though, led us to sites like this where we found encouragement and hope that all would turn out well, and so far, it has!He is now the most adorable little 3-legged Scottie we've ever seen (parental bias? maybe a bit!). He gets along very well, and his spunk and happiness is coming back in droves. The way he does a little one-armed hop for cookies now is impossibly cute. We agree that we would much rather have a happy tripawd than have him whole in body but broken in spirit from pain and sickness.I hardly consider us experts, but my one piece of advice to anyone else going through this is this: Consult the medical professionals, take comfort from the wonderful folks who run sites like this, listen to your heart, and make your decision without looking back. And once you do, shed your tears and beat your breast but not where your baby can see. Let him have your love, encouragement, and praise every step of the way. It will help you both get through it emotionally whole and lift you up as you both take your first wobbly steps into a brave new world.With gratitude, Alisa, Jeff, & Super-Duncan

30.05.2012 - Paula
Awesome website! Thanks for being a fan on Reverbnation. Best of luck with your competition! I am voting for you!
Paula

18.01.2012 - J-EVA
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08.01.2012 - Alejandro Massiotti
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13.12.2011 - Jon Glenn
greetings from Flagstaff Arizona USA
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07.10.2011 - Vicki
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03.06.2011 - Michael Gebauer
Ich kenne diecVorgängerversion. Jetzt ist Alles viel besser geworden. Weiter so, dann kann es noch was werden.
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