A review of Cambridge University Veterinary School Trust by Jayne Mills written on Thursday 11th of June 2015
When my boy was diagnosed with aggressive cancer after having a lump removed I was told that the chemo would not have the same affect as it did on a human. My husband was more optimistic than me,I stressed it was always about my dogs health & not how long I would have him for.It did have the same affect him being sick & collapsed at one point & the lump grew back rapidly, changed his chemo & I took my beautiful boy off it after 4 days, when you have to wear gloves to administer something what is it doing to the dogs inside.....will always have a lump removed & diagnosed but will never go down the chemo route...my dog along with chemo was given piritteze & zantac purchase them in a chemist 2/3rds cheaper than you will be charged by vets, unless you have unlimited insurance...which I may add is the first thing you are asked.
My boy died a year ago on the 28th May & bore his illness with dignity & strength til the last day.
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