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I was born November 19, 2002.
Eight weeks later my mom adopted me. I was a true golden child and loved as one. When I turned 1 year old, I had to be neutered due to an injury. That was just fine, as my mom just wanted me to be okay. I was also born with serious allergies, so my mom made sure I ate homemade meals. She really tried to
take care of my allergies without the use of medications. In February of 2010, my mom took me to the Dr. for a check up. She just felt something was wrong, and sure enough, something was horribly wrong! We were told I had Lymphoma and had no real chance of survival. My mom was not only devastated but determined to fight with me. I was so strong in all other aspects . My mom took me to another Dr., one she trusted to do everything possible. This Dr. went above and beyond the call of duty. I started Chemotherapy in March 2010. Things were going really great for the first eighteen weeks. I went into remission. A short time later, I came out of remission...ugh what a heart break. The Dr. and my mom talked about our next option, so we started a new protocol. This did not end so well….
From Stetsons mom...
About a month and a half after starting that new protocol, we lost my boy. He ended up with pneumonia and spent more than two weeks in the hospital.
We received the dreaded call from his wonderful Dr. that he was not doing well at all, and we needed to make the decision to end this fight. That was September 3, 2010. I miss him and think about him every single day.. I love you Stetson, my angel baby!!
Chehalis Centralia Veterinary Hospital
Dr. Brandy Fay has been there the whole way through Stetsons struggle with life. We just wanted to give her a special THANK YOU from everyone here at the Rescue!
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After dealing with canine cancer and Chemotherapy first hand, we know that the treatments can become an enormous financial responsibility.We don't want any dog to be euthanized because the owners can't afford to pay for cancer treatments.We would treat cancer if our human loved ones required it, RIGHT? Our goal is to fund-raise and take donations to help the dogs and their humans defray some of the costs for cancer treatments. We are a new and upcoming 501 C- 3 (not for profit) with a real goal in mind. We are also starting a dog rescue. We want to specialize in pregnant females, and puppies on death row. These are the ones facing euthanasia in the shelters. Our newly adopted resident dogs will be evaluated and treated by a Veterinarian. We will require spaying/neutering before re-homing to a prequalified home. All parties wanting to adopt will have to fill out an application, before being approved for adopting one of our dogs. Dog ownership is a lifetime privilege that requires adequate financial responsibility for the lifetime of the pet.
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