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Ten years ago I had a mammogram. It was in August. By December my dog, Brandy kept shoving her nose in my right breast. By January she was dragging her paw down my right breast.
I called my doctor and told him how I just had a mammogram 6 months ago. That I had seen a show on Animal Planet how some dogs can detect even the smallest amount of cancer. How Brandy had been reacting to my right breast for over a month.
I was scheduled for another mammogram the next day. I got a call that night from my doctor. He was at home. He said, I have bad news. You have 15 masses in your right breast. You need to go and have a stereo-tactic biopsy.
He had told me to love that dog of mine as she had just saved my life and give her extra treats.
I had the surgery and then radiation 3 months to the day of finding out about the cancer.
I am cancer free now for 10 years. Brandy who is now going on 14 years is still with me. She is and always will be my forever hero! There is nothing I would not do for her!
She not only saved my life. She changed it forever with her loyalty and love. She taught me the truest bond between a human and a pet.
She is going blind now. I guide her. She had surgery herself. I nursed her back. She has a hard time walking I carry her.
Believe in the miracle of your pet. They truly can save your life!
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