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I'm so sorry you're having to go through this.
I would have the lumps removed, but not do the chemo.  I would do that with myself if I had cancer.  I've seen what chemo does to people, I can't imagine what it does to dogs.
We lost our Rocky almost a year ago.  He was hit by a car.  My son was 12 at the time and saw it happen.  The shock was overwhelming.  I think if you know your dog is going away, it makes it easier to deal with.  You get to love them more and say your goodbyes.  We never got to do that with Rocky.  Oh!  I'm crying just thinking about it.  Three weeks later, my son was ready for another dog and we got Henry.  I sure wasn't ready for another dog.  Good luck with your decision.   :cry:
 
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