Speaking of dogs…..

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      because they did not do a biopsy, and they should have.

      Thomas & Tracy Harris
      tnt quarter horses home of:
      tnts jack be blue – 2004 aqha buckskin stallion
      tnts medicine man – 2005 AQHA Perlino Stallion
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      From: Jennifer Huff
      To: Budget 101
      Sent: Wednesday, October 10, 2007 3:17 PM
      Subject: Budget101.com : Speaking of dogs…..

      Last week I took my Lab to the vet. She had a growth on her chest
      which has gotten bigger since we first noticed it this summer. So,
      the vet took a small syringe and drew out some part of the growth.

      He
      put it onto 2 slides and sent them off to be tested (cytology I
      believe is what I was charged for). My husband (the non-medical
      person) took the call from the vet while I was at work. The vet said
      that it was a melanoma, but that until they took it off and had it
      tested, they wouldn’t know if it was malignant or benign.

      What the
      heck did I just pay $112 for!!!!! How can they test it to find out it
      is melanoma, but not know if it is cancerous or not? Anyone run into
      this?

      I just spent $450 last week on all her shots, tests, exam,
      heartworm and flea/tick meds and now this!!! Obviously, she is part
      of our family and young (4yo) so we will get this removed, but I just
      wonder why they couldn’t tell me straight up if it was malignant or
      not. Thanks if anyone knows anything.
      Jennifer

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