Chicano's Chemotherapy and Cancer Treatments
Unfortunately after his last surgery (which so many people helped me pay for) we've discovered the tumor we removed was the result of a very aggressive cancer.
After the Oncologist visit, doing a chest x-ray, doing needle tests on his liver and kidneys we now also need to go through Chemotherapy.
The good news is for dogs Chemo is generally not as unpleasant as it is for humans. But it is very expensive.
The bills since the last surgery were already almost 1000 dollars and I was able to manage that, but now this latest bill was over $2500.
I've already paid on a credit card for the treatment and he's having his first dose of chemo ASAP. We have to act aggressively to beat this. If all goes well he could be cancer free for 3 years or more.
So I'm again asking for help, the emotional strain and worry and care can't be helped but the financial strain can be relieved. I don't need to raise every penny I would just very much like to pay down the credit card bill and focus on loving my little boy and not scrounging up extra work.
Thank you for your time, your thoughts and even considering helping again! I can't tell you how much it means to me.
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