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    I just got home from vet with her. She is scheduled for monday at 11 eastern to have it removed. She will not be put under--my concern as stress sets off seizures with her. I'm worried-very worried is an understatement. He said not a cyst. Mass--pray for her that it is not malignant. It just can't be--we've been through too much and she's loved too much for something more. I do have a call to her neurologist as I'm concerned cutting around her neck area. I don't know if I should be on that one so if anybody could shed some light on that one it would be appreciated.
    Linda, Georgia, USA
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    Abbey my beloved tri who is so embedded in my heart--RIP Sweet Princess

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    Hi Linda,
    It's not fair that you have to contend with this right now,but all I can say to you is not to panic.Until the lump is biopsied and a result back,there's no point jumping the gun. I know she's been through so much with the SM surgery,but just keep strong,do your best for her and deal with everything step by step.We'll all be here for you every step of the way.
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    Yes, we are all hoping and praying for you.
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    Praying everything turns out positive.
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    Oh Linda...fingers, toes, paws everything crossed for Abby and sending lots of positive healing thoughts xxxxx
    Gus(blenhiem) Pippin(tri) DJ(ruby)

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    I have just read your news, and I want to say how sorry I am that this has happened. Life is just not fair sometimes.

    There is a great many people on this list thinking of you and Abbey.
    Margaret C

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    Linda, I just saw this and I'm so sad for you and Abbey. I would have your vet call the neurologist who did her SM surgery to discuss removing the lump. If you talk to the neurologist without your vet being in on the conversation, some things may get lost in translation. The neurologist could also give your vet some pointers for how to manage Abbey so that she is less stressed. There might even be some medication that he would recommend giving to her that would calm her down. I personally wouldn't have surgery done on Riley without having the neurologist and vet talk it through first. I understand your reluctance to use anesthesia. Riley also reacts poorly to it. Her vet actually did some hand scaling of her teeth last visit so she didn't have to put her out. Remember to breathe this weekend, and try not to just focus on the negative "what if" scenario. I'm around this weekend if you want to call. My thoughts are prayers are with you and George and of course, sweet little gorgeous Abbey.
    Bev
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    You and Abbey are in my thoughts. Sending lots of
    Hope and praying that itís nothing serious.
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    Im so sorry to hear what you and Abbey are having to go through. Im thinking of you both and really hoping she'll be fine once her surgery is done.
    Huge hugs from us all xxxxxxx
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    Baby boy Jack (waiting at the bridge) xxxxx

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    We are sending you lots of positive thoughts and hugs. We are so sorry that you have got to go through this now. Love Christine and Spangle
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