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Walking the furkids is a relaxing activity for fall. Jake and Windy do not tire as easily as in summer but are not enamored to walk in twilight or dark. As Hope grew to love her walks, my husband and … Continue reading
We kept the vulture at bay for another day. Hope’s oncology veterinarian said, “ Her cancer is much more advanced.” We knew that. But how much more? We didn’t want to lose her too soon. An ultrasound revealed a colon … Continue reading
The furkids, while living in an air-conditioned house, don’t know that temperatures are in the 90s and the humidity is so heavy you could almost swim in the air. Hope argued with me yesterday. At mid-day she wanted a walk. … Continue reading
Hope seems to be responding to Monday’s chemotherapy! Hope’s snoring has been reduced by about 90 percent and her wheezing has stopped. She is alert and energetic. We took a long walk last night and she enjoyed herself. However, she … Continue reading
Cancer is as common in dogs as it is in people. One statistic many veterinarians toss around is 50 percent of all dogs past 10 years old will die of cancer. I have had my share of dogs with cancer. … Continue reading
Hope gave me a kiss! When she knows she will get a walk, Hope gets happy and excited. The video is from March 2011 before she was diagnosed with lymphoma. The other day Jake, Windy and Hope knew they were … Continue reading
In Style Dog is sponsoring a contest, and the winning nonprofit will receive $500. Schnauzer Rescue Cincinnati helps all of Ohio, Kentucky, and parts of Indiana, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Florida. Hope was rescued in December 2009. We love her and … Continue reading