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Old 06-20-2014, 07:31 PM   #21 (permalink)
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You can actually see where surgery was right under the techs hand
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Old 06-20-2014, 07:53 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Hope he heels up quickly and hope they got clean margins!!

Thanks for the update.
How long until you get the results?

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Had some boy. I hope all goes well and you get great results. The waiting is the hardest part. Good vibes!

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Thank you... Results should be in by Wednesday.
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I have a 1.5 year old pup who has what appears to be a mast cell tumor on the front of her right leg. It is about the size of a small marble. It appears to have grown since I noticed it a week ago. It does not hurt her and is not ***** or open at all. I have an appointment for her tomorrow. I am definitely going to try to start the Benadryl and Tagament regimen after the appointment. I hope the surgery isn't so much here in my area.... as we don't have pet insurance either. :-(.
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Glad the surgery went well and I hope you get good results!
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I have a 1.5 year old pup who has what appears to be a mast cell tumor on the front of her right leg. It is about the size of a small marble. It appears to have grown since I noticed it a week ago. It does not hurt her and is not ***** or open at all. I have an appointment for her tomorrow. I am definitely going to try to start the Benadryl and Tagament regimen after the appointment. I hope the surgery isn't so much here in my area.... as we don't have pet insurance either. :-(.
We paid $350 have have Max's MCT removed and cover meds, antitibiotics pain med for 2 days.
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Old 06-21-2019, 01:35 PM   #28 (permalink)
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Default How much tagament do you give a 25 kg Boxer with an MCT

We are having it removed once its been shrunk but my vet only prescribed anti-histamines to shrink. do you give them tagament as well and if so what dosage please?
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We are having it removed once its been shrunk but my vet only prescribed anti-histamines to shrink. do you give them tagament as well and if so what dosage please?
Edit: wouldn't let me upload the pdf but the dosage is on this site. http://www.bavariasboxers.com/cancer.htm

This group is also a great resource for mct.

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My vet suggested this: its a drug specifically for MCTs the reviews on the independent sites look very promising.

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