San Diego Humane Society Celebrates Cancer-Free Dog With Party

SAN DIEGO—The San Diego Humane Society’s medical group popular the 1year cancer-free anniversary Friday of a previous roaming petdog called Phoenix with a “pawty.”

Held at the Pilar & Chuck Bahde Center for Shelter Medicine, the joyful occasion consistedof “a peanut butter cake, hats, cheers and, of course, lots of hugs and kisses for the star client,” Humane Society authorities stated in a news release.

A 4-year-old St. Bernard/shepherd mix, Phoenix is thoughtabout “near and dear to the hearts of lotsof personnel at San Diego Humane Society.”

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The San Diego Humane Society’s medical group popular the 1year cancer-free anniversary of a previous roaming petdog called Phoenix with a “pawty,” on April 1,2022 (Courtesy of the San Diego Humane Society)

Colette Troughton, a San Diego Humane Society veterinary assistant who embraced Phoenix, explained him as “a huge canine with an even larger character.”

“He motivates me to see the great in everybody and I feel so fortunate to get to invest my days with him,” Troughton stated. “I am permanently grateful for all the caretakers that showered him with love and made his healing possible.”

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The San Diego Humane Society’s medical group renowned the 1year cancer-free anniversary of a previous roaming canine called Phoenix with a “pawty,” on April 1,2022 (Courtesy of the San Diego Humane Society)

When he gothere on Nov. 5, 2020, Phoenix was malnourished, flea-infested, and had missingouton fur.

The Humane Society veterinary group identified Phoenix with a deadly and malignant transmissible venereal growth.

Although the condition is severe if left unattended, vets identified Phoenix’s diagnosis would be great with Vincristine chemotherapy. Phoenix had got 13 treatments by January2021 Doctors stated most of his masses had reduced in size, however 2 stayed and required an option option. Phoenix’s treatment program continued while vets soughtadvicefrom an oncologist.

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Dr. Colleen Tansey, of VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital, used to offer electrochemotherapy for Phoenix.

According to the Humane Society, Tansey made the commute twotimes to San Diego on her days off to offer treatment at no extra expense.

“Sometimes it really takes a town to aid the animals and that’s precisely what occurred in Phoenix’s case,” stated Danielle Clem, healthcenter director at the Humane Society’s San Diego school. “Not just did we have an specialist come from Los Angeles to assistance us, we had an extraordinary foster household who made sure Phoenix was comfy in inbetween treatments and the whole medical group at San Diego Humane Society included in his care.”

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The San Diego Humane Society’s medical group wellknown the 1year cancer-free anniversary of a previous roaming pet called Phoenix with a “pawty,” on April 1,2022 (Courtesy of the San Diego Humane Society)

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