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Old 12-04-2012, 05:35 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Oh, I'm just so happy for you! Give Bob a kiss for me
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Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful news!!!! I was so worried about Bob. I didn't want to say in my earlier post that my Rottie who had the CT scan was diagnosed with nasal cancer. I was praying that this was not a diagnosis you'd have to face.
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I am so happy and relieved for you that Bob is well. I just came to have a look on PF and saw there was a new entry on your post, and I was just hoping that your worst fears weren’t realized. Thank god this had a happy ending. Give Bob an extra big kiss and hug from me too.
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WooHoo! So happy for you and Bob. A blessing of the Season.
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I am positively joyful!!!! Just reread & got the happy news!!! Such a simple thing had us all soooooooo worried for you! Boy....sometimes I think vets should listen to us more! (PF members) I'm wondering why no one looked up his nose more closely? Oh well, I'm just glad for the good outcome. It'll be a happy Xmas now!





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I am typing this with tears of joy in my eyes! I am so thankful that you and Bob can now have a truly joyous Holiday season! I will be adding my prayers of Thanksgiving to all of the others now!
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I missed this whole saga! I am so glad it was only a stinky piece of grass, but so sorry Bob had to go through that. I bet he feels like a new man now! What a stressful experience for both of you. I am glad it's over!
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Well I just love this new life that Bob and I have! We just had our first peaceful night in quite a while! No loud painful sneezing in the middle of the night! No blood spattered on my bed! Just an old dog sleeping soundly like a log! What a relief! I can get rid of all of the blood-spattered sheets that cover all of his sleeping places. Yippee!!!

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I sure hope Bob's okay...this is totally not applicable, probably, but when I was growing up our calves used to quite often get a weed seed in their nose when they were grazing that would present the same symptoms, and my dad used to do a nasal flush to their immediate relief; I'm hoping it's just the same thing with Bob.
So, Indiana, if your dad had been here on day one, maybe we would have avoided a month of agony! Sounds like he had the right solution!

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I am positively joyful!!!! Just reread & got the happy news!!! Such a simple thing had us all soooooooo worried for you! Boy....sometimes I think vets should listen to us more! (PF members) I'm wondering why no one looked up his nose more closely? Oh well, I'm just glad for the good outcome. It'll be a happy Xmas now!
I think that the reason that no one looked up the nose before this is that it had to be done under general anesthesia. So my regular vet tried antibiotics and allergy meds first to see if that would do the trick. When we finally went to the more specialized vet, they did the CT scan first because cancer was most likely and would be seen on the CT scan. They couldn't do the rhinoscopy (looking up his nose) before the CT scan because it would mess stuff up so that you wouldn't get good images. In Bob's case, the rhinoscopy would have been sufficient without the CT scan, but of course you don't know that until you know it.

I was very pleased with the care that we received. Those of you who are in the Philadelphia area (or within a reasonable commute of Phila's northwestern suburbs) might want to make a note of Metropolitan Veterinary Associates in case you ever need care that goes beyond the expertise of your regular vet. They do only specialized care--no routine veterinary care. Unlike U of Pa which has a lot of young vets and students, all of the vets at Metropolitan are experienced and specialized in one particular area of veterinary medicine. We saw Dr DeBiasio, and he was terrific. Their web site is very informative--one of the best web sites I've seen: Metropolitan Veterinary Associates - Home

And finally, at the risk of posting way more info than you want, here is a picture of Bob's nose! I'm assuming that the green thing is the grass! Just amazing what they can do these days.
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What wonderful, wonderful news!!! I'm so happy for Bob and you!!

Now you can relax and get down to the business of enjoying the holidays!!!

You really have something special to celebrate this year!!!
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