Golden Retriever Finds Out That She’s Cancer-Free. Her Reaction Is Heart-Warming

Whenever we get a dog we don’t want anything bad to happen to him or her. Unfortunately, dogs can also get many diseases that can shorten their lifespans. Some breeds are a little bit more prone to getting certain diseases than others. Large dogs are more prone to getting cancer in its many forms. In fact, this is the reason that many of them pass away.

Whenever an owner gets this type of news, it’s something that he or she isn’t prepared for. Cancer treatments are very expensive for dogs as well. The cost doesn’t get near what it is for humans, but nevertheless, it’s still a big burden on anyone’s piggy bank. Some people start a fundraiser page once they get this type of news.

These fundraising pages are very useful and effective. There are many people around the world who have the means and the motivation to help. There have been many cases where these benefactors have been able to bless many families with their generosity.

Not all fundraising pages are able to raise funds. I guess it’s a question of being in a spot at the right time with the right people. For those people who are not able to raise that much money on their page, they are left with very few options. One thing they can do is to do local fundraising. This is very tricky. For many people, there are many different charities that they would rather donate to.

If that doesn’t work, you will end up emptying your own bank account. For people who love dogs, this is something they are willing to do. No sacrifice will be too big to save the life of their loved pet. As one family would find out, getting a cancer diagnosis for their Golden retriever named Lily shocked them. She is a dog who’s always been full of energy. Unfortunately, all the treatments, medications and testing would take their toll on her. For the owners, it was heartbreaking to see their lovely dog’s spirit start to fade with every coming treatment. It turned out it got even worse.

They find a 10-pound-sized tumor. The prognosis is not very promising. There is about a 90% chance that the tumor is cancerous. The only way to find out is to perform the surgery. At this point, their dog is so weak that she might not be able to make it. The owner scratches the very last pennies he has and agrees on the surgery. After the surgery, they perform testing to see the result. Finally, she is cancer free! When the owners get home, they tell their dog the good news. Her reaction will melt your heart!