You guys will be in our thoughts and prayers.
Unfortunately there is no cure for it. What ever method of treatment we choose to do is only buying him painfree time.I hope that his has been caught in time so that he can still be with you for a lot more years.
Thanks for sharing your story. You are lucky to have her for years afterward. From all my research the prognosis isn't that great after amputation and chemo. A year is considered a long time to live after something like that because osteosarcoma is so aggressive and moves fast.SeaNemesis said:I am so sorry for you. I know all to well how hard this is. I had a greyhound years ago get bone cancer, osteocarcoma in her right front leg. She did get an amputation, the also removered her shoulder blade to make sure they got it all. On her xray, her ankle had those tiny fractures all in it and they did a biopsy. She did great for years, but possibly from overbreeding because she was from a track, she got cancer again. I had photos of her froma 35mm, I will be more than happy to scan a few for you. If you ever need an ear I will be more than happy to provide you with my phone number. My heart and prayers are with you all.