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My dog is fighting cancer [Crypto fundme] Modern Mom 21/08/18(Wed)18:31 No. 3541 ID: 00c464

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My 11 year old Golden Retriever, Max, was just diagnosed with Canine Osteosarcoma in his front right arm.

I just found out about 4 days ago, and the vet visits to diagnose the severity and spread- have left me absolutely broke.

Let me tell you about Max. He isn't just a dog, he's my absolute world. I grew up in a very toxic environment, and separated myself from my family when I was 18-19 years old. When I was 20 years old, I adopted Max (he was 1 year old at this time).

Throughout the next 10 years, I have been through every let down you can imagine, and while Max could never understand why he saw those tears run down my face- he didn't need to. He knew I wasn't okay, and would lay next to me, wanting nothing more than my love.

I'd rather be the one going through this than him.

I was unemployed most of this pandemic, but recently started working again. I was barely getting caught up, and with this sudden event... I'm left not knowing what to do.

He has an appointment tomorrow (19/08/2021) to find out if it hasn't spread enough to amputate his entire leg. If he qualifies? He will start chemotherapy shortly after.

As I mentioned above, I do not have close relatives that I communicate with.

I can't let something like money be the reason he doesn't make it, and am trying to sell anything I have of value (which isn't much). I get paid this Friday but no vet or specialist in my city will allow me to pay later.

This is hard for me to even do, but I'm putting aside my pride, and asking for help for my absolute best friend.

Thank you. Thank you to anyone who made it this far in my writing. I appreciate this more than I could ever express...

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Modern Mom 21/09/18(Sat)21:42 No. 3548 ID: 077762

I'm sorry about your dog, but he's not going to live forever and you need to come to terms with that. Putting him down may be more merciful than amputating his leg and putting him through chemo. And if it were me I'd also want to just go out peacefully.

Modern Mom 21/12/02(Thu)12:55 No. 3597 ID: 952761

11 years is an old age for a dog. I wouldn't spend money I don't have just to lengthen his life by max 4 years. Get a puppy.

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