19 Jan Share Dog gives hope to pet owners by Prakash in Canine Cancer Blog No Comments MIRACLE dog Cain may now be living on borrowed time, but his courage and determination is giving new hope to owners and their pets. Five years ago the Rhodesian Ridgeback cross was diagnosed with bone cancer in a front paw and underwent major surgery to remove the leg. Vets warned his concerned owner, Wendy Davidson from Hereford, that Cain was unlikely to live more than 12 months beyond his operation and chemotherapy treatment. Though the gentle giant is now an elderly 16 years old, he has defied the odds having survived a remarkable five years. Says Wendy: “I know he hasn’t got long, but his story should encourage owners not to give up hope. “He was given a year to live but next month he will have survived five years.” …Click here to read full story Source: Hereford Times Bone CancerCancer in DogsCanine CancerCanine Cancer SurvivorDogsDogs and CancerDogs with CancerOsteosarcoma PrakashRelated Posts 8 Superfoods You Can Feed Your Dog To Beat Cancer by Christine Franklyn 20 Nov, 2020 in Canine Cancer Blog How Common are Nerve Sheath Tumors in Dogs? by Christine Franklyn 20 Oct, 2020 in Canine Cancer Blog How Common are Mast Cell Tumors in dogs? by Kristina Evelyn 16 Oct, 2020 in Canine Cancer Blog Which Dog Cancer Treatment Options Should I Choose For My Family? by Kyle Stevenson 30 Sep, 2020 in Canine Cancer Blog Other Breeds of Dogs Who Will Get Dog Cancer the Most by Christine Franklyn 24 Sep, 2020 in Canine Cancer Blog These Working Breeds of Dogs are Affected by Dog Cancer by Christine Franklyn 24 Sep, 2020 in Canine Cancer Blog Post A Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.