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A Great Dane named "Quack"

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A Great Dane named "Quack"

Entries from March 23rd, 2018

Two Days Post Chemo and Doing Fine

March 23rd, 2018 · 4 Comments · Uncategorized

Quack had his first chemo treatment two days ago. He had his amputation surgery 15 days ago. He’s been a bit more tired but he’s eating fine. He’s basically all systems go. Today he barked at the mail carrier and went tearing off like a crazy dog to the door. Good job Quack! We are […]

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Quack has a big day!

March 21st, 2018 · 3 Comments · Uncategorized

Quack has been doing well. Today is a big day for Quack. He got his stitches out from his amputation surgery. He’s really adapted to being a tripawd guy. Today he began his chemo therapy for osteosarcoma. We also found out today he is officially in a very cool clinical trial. This trial could extend […]

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Quack is Moving Fast Today.

March 14th, 2018 · 9 Comments · Uncategorized

quack day 6   Today six days after amputation surgery, Quack is really becoming pretty competent on three legs.  He was very interested in being outside (and yup we are getting more snow).  He still tires quickly though.  He is still on pain meds to keep him comfortable if he still has pain.  He seems […]

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Quack is a giant snow cone

March 13th, 2018 · 3 Comments · Uncategorized

Quack improves each day since his amputation surgery. Today 5 days after surgery he started showing interest in his toys. He even played with brother dog Bear a bit. He’s getting around better every day too. The giant cone that prevents him from going after his incision is a bit of a management issue but […]

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Quack’s life changes in one instant at the vet.

March 11th, 2018 · 8 Comments · Uncategorized

Quack’s journey began February 18th, 2018. That was the day his vet said he thought Quack had osteosarcoma. I guess strictly speaking his journey began in January when he first showed a slight limp. Off to the vet we went, just a sprain they thought. It made sense Quack is one active guy. We kept […]

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