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In shelter Dog

Arlee, MT, 59821
Pet name:
American Staffordshire Terrier
Sheera is doing well, her usual happy self Shes had her left front limb removed and now were working on getting this gorgeous tripod healthy! In treating the leg, we found she has some tumors - some may just be fatty tissue, but we learned recently that at least one is cancerous (was aspirated and showed) and other one most likely is too, so we didnt think another biopsy was necessary at this time. However, the surgery tech reminded us a biopsy will also show if clean margins were made. When cancerous, the vet will cut out the tumor(s) with large margins, hoping to get it all. A biopsy confirms whether all was gotten or not (and if not, then may have to go back in). We will be monitoring this gentle velvet hippo closely; costs are mounting, but we wont give up on Ms. Sheera. Its another $256 more for biopsies on both tumors. The new estimate, with biopsies is $900-1040. Add that to newly discovered dental work that she needs too. Gah. Poor muffin! We will fix her up and she will make someone a very lucky pawrent someday!

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