Bone Cancer in Dog
My veterinarian recommends partial amputation of the affected zone
Is this fair, he has been always a very active dog? In the situation of bone cancer in , you have the last word. However, you'll be surprised of how quickly adapt to live with three legs, having a relatively normal life.If the idea looks horrible to you, you may better decide to sacrifice him, before the disease spreads out even more in his body. Before making a decision, ask your veterinarian if you can see a dog that has already been amputated. So you will have a clear idea of what is expected for your dog, talking if possible with the owner, that as you has had the some worries. As consolation, please note that this surgery has no further complications.