I lost my Melba back in January. (See my photo)I loved every dog I've ever been lucky enough to spend my life with, but Melba may have been my one in a lifetime dog...that special one. She came off a sheep ranch. Half Border Collie and half Pyrenees she was brave and solid and tough and gentle and sweet and loving and fearless. I'll miss that girl forever.
March 17, 2016 I was declared NED. Monday, the first day of 2017 spring I go see my Onc for my 1 year check. I got a glance at my blood work and it looks fine so I'll have to see what the Doc has to say about the CT Scan.
I had two trigger fingers fixed on each hand, now my one year cancer check, then a colonoscopy next week and after all that I believe a quick kick of my tires and clean my glasses, I'm might be ready for summer!
my love and best wishes to everyone on BFAC. I'll let you know, Bill
Thanks for sharing. I have always been a dog person, but a cat adopted me, and that did it. I was visiting some people at a farm who said she had just been dumped there. She kept getting in my car, and wouldn't stay out. She's my once in a lifetime cat. When I come home from work, she greets me at the door. She sleeps with me, is protective of me, and seems to worry.
So glad the blood work looks good, but hearing that the CT scan is clear will make that news even better. Happy one year anniversary and only good news from now on.
Your beautiful dog Melba, reminded me so much of Rusty, the part border collie that I grew up with. Rusty had all the same attributes as Melba and I miss him so much. I understand how special she was to you.
St. Patrick's Day 2016 to be NED, so and the first day of Spring 2017 to celebrate your 1st Cancerversary! Please share your news with us.