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In the spring of 2007 our Giant Schnauzer Chance had his spleen removed along with a large benign tumor. Our vet felt that he would be fine after this and he did seem to be much better. A month or so later, after some vague symptoms, he was diagnosed with non-regenerative anemia and immune-mediated neutropenia. Read Chance’s Story
During Chance’s illness I became involved with an online forum for AIHA, IMHA and bone marrow failure. I continued to read and post for seven years, long after Chance passed from an unrelated heart condition at 12 years old.
Our new forum Second Chance AIHA Dog is a continuation of the friendships we have developed and is a testament to the dedication these owners have to help you give your dog a Second Chance.
There is good reason to have considerable hope when treating these blood diseases; AIHA, IMHA and non-regenerative anemia. With proper emergency and follow-up treatment, the support of a compassionate veterinary team and excellent home nursing care many dogs can survive for a Second Chance at a happy and good life. We are here to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service to others. –Mahatma Gandhi