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Great Dane Lady Horacia

Horacia's life after amputation

Great Dane Lady Horacia

Panic

August 28th, 2009 · 3 Comments · Uncategorized

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Julia & Horacia

Julia & Horacia

Just coming home from the vet. Hori’s back left leg (the front left is gone) is swollen and I was worried. Seems I have grounds to worry. The limph node is swollen and there is no apparent reason for it so I have to accept that maybe it is cancer spreading.
Had a breakdown in the car once Horacia was safely strapped in… I just coud not stop the tears from coming. I am so so scared that this might just be it. I really need some months/years to adjust to the idea of her leaving me.

I have just one hope left, and that is the crotoxin treatment we are starting tomorrow instead of monday or tuesday.

Julia & Horacia two months later

Julia & Horacia two months later

I just want to be able to keep posting pics of my girls every two months…


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  • Susan

    Hori and Julie

    The pictures are beautiful! I can see why your mom is very proud of both her girls. I also understand why she is very worried. I hope the swollen lymph does not mean what she thinks and that you – Hori – will stick around to keep visiting with me and the other tripawds.

    Tazzie (okay, Tazzie the 2nd)

  • admin

    These pictures are beautiful indeed. And please know that you are not alone with the panic attacks. Just remember to breathe and ask yourself… What would Hori do? I believe she simply would make the most of every moment.

  • romeo2

    Both your girls are beautiful! Romeo and I just wanted to send our love and good thoughts. I have a six year old daughter and she proudly calls Romeo “my brother.” It’s a beautiful relationship isn’t it? Romeo has taught my daughter so much.
    Horacia looks like a great big sister! Hang in there and
    take good care, Eve

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