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45 weeks

Post by montan » Sun, 11 May 2003 00:18:43



Tracy has passed a milestone in his recovery from his type 2 mast cell
sarcoma. It's been 45 weeks since his surgery and, knock wood, there's
been no recurrance.

He is terribly bothered by his arthritis, but we've gotten a lot more
serious about giving him glucosamine and I'm hoping we'll see some good
effects from that. At least he still feels like acting perky and giving
us the propeller tail.

 
 
 

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Post by Marcel Beaudoi » Sun, 11 May 2003 00:25:08




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> Tracy has passed a milestone in his recovery from his type 2 mast cell
> sarcoma. It's been 45 weeks since his surgery and, knock wood, there's
> been no recurrance.

Yayyy Tracy!!!!

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Post by Dimpled Cha » Sun, 11 May 2003 00:27:48


On 09 May 2003, Marcel Beaudoin opined:

Quote:


>> Tracy has passed a milestone in his recovery from his type 2 mast cell
>> sarcoma. It's been 45 weeks since his surgery and, knock wood, there's
>> been no recurrance.

> Yayyy Tracy!!!!

My thoughts exactly! Knocking wood here too, Tracy!

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Post by De » Sun, 11 May 2003 03:01:15


Quote:
>Subject: 45 weeks

>Date: 5/9/03 8:18 AM Pacific Daylight Time

>Tracy has passed a milestone in his recovery from his type 2 mast cell
>sarcoma. It's been 45 weeks since his surgery and, knock wood, there's
>been no recurrance.

>He is terribly bothered by his arthritis, but we've gotten a lot more
>serious about giving him glucosamine and I'm hoping we'll see some good
>effects from that. At least he still feels like acting perky and giving
>us the propeller tail.

Great news! And I think you will be pleasantly surprised w/the Glucosamine. Old
Shi is outrunning young Gerogie at the park these days. Took about 6 weeks to
see the benefits.
 
 
 

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Post by queenmothe » Sun, 11 May 2003 05:39:25



Quote:
> Tracy has passed a milestone in his recovery from his type 2 mast cell
> sarcoma. It's been 45 weeks since his surgery and, knock wood, there's
> been no recurrance.

Good news, indeed!

And how's the other dog's UTI (sorry, the name escapes me) - is it clearing
up like it should?

~~Judy

 
 
 

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Post by montan » Sun, 11 May 2003 05:49:46



Quote:



> > Tracy has passed a milestone in his recovery from his type 2 mast cell
> > sarcoma. It's been 45 weeks since his surgery and, knock wood, there's
> > been no recurrance.

> Good news, indeed!

> And how's the other dog's UTI (sorry, the name escapes me) - is it clearing
> up like it should?

Bella (half the time I can't keep their names straight, either) is
feeling much better. The second antibiotic seems to have really helped.

Thanks for asking...

 
 
 

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Post by queenmothe » Sun, 11 May 2003 07:58:58



Quote:
> Bella (half the time I can't keep their names straight, either) is
> feeling much better. The second antibiotic seems to have really helped.

> Thanks for asking...

I was thinking Bella but was too lazy to check back.

So the dogs are both doing well.  That's the kind of news we need here more
often!

~~Judy

 
 
 

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Post by montan » Sun, 11 May 2003 08:06:12



Quote:

> So the dogs are both doing well.  That's the kind of news we need here more
> often!

Actually, all three are well and life with them, aside from all the
various pills, is completely uneventful at the moment. You're right,
good news is good.
 
 
 

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Post by Lone Hanse » Sun, 11 May 2003 19:44:38



Quote:
> Tracy has passed a milestone in his recovery from his type 2 mast cell
> sarcoma. It's been 45 weeks since his surgery and, knock wood, there's
> been no recurrance.

> He is terribly bothered by his arthritis, but we've gotten a lot more
> serious about giving him glucosamine and I'm hoping we'll see some good
> effects from that. At least he still feels like acting perky and giving
> us the propeller tail.

    Montana, it is soooo good to finally hear some good news for a change.
Thanks for making my day a little better today. And I am so happy that your
boy has responded so well to the treatment. Please tell him to keep it up.

    Lone