This is in memory of my amazing, loving pet, Ceaser. He was really fun, sweet, and made me laugh from the silly things he’d do. He was more than just a pet, he was family. I made a longer version on my Facebook page, Instagram won’t let me upload it because it’s 3:45, so I made a shorter version for insta. It’s hard to not think about him. He passed on Monday, 11/20/17, 10:20 AM. He had bone cancer, and it was putting pressure on his heart, and he was suffering. He was in such pain you could actually see the tears rolling down his face. We tried CBD oil, and more to try and hold food down. He lost so much weight he didn’t look like himself anymore, skin wa shanking down from his neck, and you could see his ribs. He was throwing up like crazy and couldn’t hold down food. We didn’t want him to suffer anymore, so we did what was best for him, even as much as it kills us inside. I’ll forever love, remember and miss you Ceaser 😭😭❤️❤️
I understand you have a long list of these questions, but figured I'd get in line. I want to adopt a retired greyhound racer. What health problems do you see with them? I've also heard they are especially sensitive to anesthesia due to their low body fat. Do you have a protocol you find is particularly safe for them? The rescues have too many conflicting answers. One even claims they never should be put under anesthesia ever, even for dentals, because they "just die!" Which is ridiculous.