It’s difficult to fathom any of our family members injured or hurt, but it is inevitable. A few weeks ago, we were running in the park, when Infinity started limping and bleeding out of nowhere. We stopped and upon further inspection, her back right paw was the culprit! So we made our way back home. We applied basic first aid. We made the decision to go to the vet because it was swollen and would not stop bleeding. After our vet shaved and cleaned up the paw, we were given anti-inflammatories along with some pain medication to keep Infinity comfortable.
We were informed by the vet that the wound was fibrous, looked like some sort of viral infection, probably of the papilloma variety. In very rare cases, it could turn into cancer.
CANCER!? The big C? That’s scary in any context, unless you’re being told that you don’t have cancer. So to think Finny could be at risk for it, terrifying.
The course of treatment was to take the medication to bring the swelling down, have surgery to remove the root of the wart-like mass, and send it off for a histology, basically to test the tissue sample for cancer and/or other diseases.
Here is a progression of the paw from the first day to post-op, and finally after the stitches were removed.
From the day we discovered the mass on her paw to the stitches being removed, the entire recovery period took one month. About a week after surgery, we received word from the histology report and the vet that the tissue sample from the mass was not cancerous and has very little chance of recurring. What a relief. Phew!
All of the veterinary care did cost us quite a bit, but it was worth every penny. We would do anything to keep our furry family happy and healthy.
We are over the moon to let you all know that Infinity is back and better than ever!
So VERY HAPPY to hear GOOD REPORT! Give Finn a big hug & 💋. Also sending a big hug & 💋💋to you all too. I know how hard the waiting must have been.
I hope she makes a speedy recovery. I love your videos and how you help animals. The story about Rosie is a am amazing story.
Oh this is good news. Thanks for sharing. She is a trooper for sure🐶🐶
So glad Finny is doing well! Poor baby….. Animals are family and we must take care of them!! A Job Well Done! ❤️
On Sat, Mar 10, 2018 at 2:04 PM Rosie & the Huskies wrote:
> Thoa B posted: “It’s difficult to fathom any of our family members injured > or hurt, but it is inevitable. A few weeks ago, we were running in the > park, when Infinity started limping and bleeding out of nowhere. We stopped > and upon further inspection, her back right paw w” >
Wow! What an experience for Finny and you. So glad all went well & ended well 🙂
Thank God no cancer.
I’ve heard a great remedy for dogs.
A friend has purchased hemp oil for her dogs and purchase also for herself.
You are such good parents. So glad Infinity is doing well. Her name matches her God given ability to heal and be blessed with no Cancer. Prayers of Thanksgiving!