What Finding Out My Dog Is Sick Has Taught Me – Re-blog from Being Lydia

Published September 19, 2017 by Nan Mykel

So touching and brave not to run from your feelings. I so wish I had followed you example with all of my pets. I can’t help thinking a magszine devoted to pets would love to have this post.

Being Lydia!

First of all, I apologize for not posting sooner. Life kind of got away from me. I have been down with a cold turned bronchitis and spending time with Violet. Also, this has been a very difficult and emotional piece to write.

Last Saturday we took Violet to the vet. She had a lump in her throat that seemed to be growing, was not eating and had other symptoms that concerned us.

We were quite worried on the half hour drive to the vet. Violet is 13 years old and has several health conditions. We know she won’t live forever, but we also want to make sure she isn’t suffering.

The appointment showed that all of her lymph nodes are swollen and sore. The vet alluded to the fact this is not good and may very well be cancer. He took some samples and on Monday called to say that…

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