I’m worried our dog might have cancer

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Our dog Maggie goes in to see the vet in about 30 minutes because she’s got a growth on her leg. This thing on her leg is getting larger and it feels like a rock under her skin. 

I know the rule of thumb is that if it’s soft and squishy it’s likely okay. 

What she has on her leg is most definitely not soft or squishy. She does have one on her chest as well and that’s more soft and squishy. 

I want to do this without the boys because worrying about something like this is the last thing they need to carry around with them. 



Please keep Maggie in your thoughts as I will get some idea of what we’re possibly dealing with in the next hour or so. 

  

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Oh my… I pray not!!

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I hope not. We lost one to cancer 3 1/2 years ago and it was heartbreaking. My thoughts are with you.

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Oh my… I pray not!!

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I hope not. We lost one to cancer 3 1/2 years ago and it was heartbreaking. My thoughts are with you.

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Thanks and I’m sorry for your loss U0001f614

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Thanks. She’s always in our hearts and I’m sure she’s happy at the rainbow bridge with all the others gone ahead.

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Thanks and I’m sorry for your loss U0001f614

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Thanks. She’s always in our hearts and I’m sure she’s happy at the rainbow bridge with all the others gone ahead.