I knew. She’s been my girl since she was 12 weeks old. She’s survived it twice. I could see it in her eyes and feel it in her presence. I knew the darkness was back.
Tubular adenocarcinoma of the kidney.
At 12 years old, my Emmydog has already outlived the statistics. Beating mast cell cancer two times. Losing her spleen. Battling arthritis like a prizefighter. The thought of putting her through radical surgery to remove the kidney and tumor was gut wrenching. The alternative…unthinkable.
Tears. A LOT of tears.
Was she in too much pain already? She’s not eating much at all and is pulling away into the backyard and away from her people. This.can.not.be.happening.
My dear friend Nancy Seymour quickly devised a nutrition plan to see if we could get Emmy eating again. We took her off dog food and put her on a vegetarian whole food diet and the superfood supplement Nancy invented. (Seriously, read Nancy’s story here!)
BAM. In a day, she’s eating again! And in ten days… THIS!
She’s like a different dog. She’s jumping up and down at feeding time. She’s running some in the backyard. Playing with her toys. Happy.
That’s all I want for her. As many happy moments as possible.
We’ll keep you posted. In the meantime, remember ShiningStarPets.com. It’s a revolutionary product and it’s going to take the world by storm. And my Emmy will be part of its legacy.