Paralyzed pup has no place to call home, if no one takes will be put down because of being handicapped

There is no sense in worrying about something that you don't understand or know much about. Breast cancer carries the stigma of an indiscriminate killer but there is much about this disease that people do not know. If you are worried about it, you should know why it is legitimate to worry and why, in some ways, it isn't.

Breast Cancer Statistics

According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 252,710 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women in 2017. About 63,410 new cases of CIS (carcinoma in situ), the earliest and non-invasive form of breast cancer, will be diagnosed the same year. Additionally, about 40,610 women will die from the disease.

These numbers are significant as breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in women, but there is another important number to put these into perspective: The total number of women living in the United States today is over 120 million, or 120,000,000 numerically. Just over three million of these are breast cancer survivors (including women who are still being treated and those who have completed treatment).

It is a dangerous disease and should be taken seriously, but it is by no means a death sentence thanks to advances in medicine and in improving understanding of the relationship of cancer to the body.

What Is Breast Cancer?

Breast cancer begins when cells in the breast start to grow out of control. These cells often form a tumor, which may be felt as a lump or seen on an x-ray. The tumor is considered cancer (malignant) if the cells invade surrounding tissues or metastasize to farther areas of the body. While the disease occurs predominantly in women, it is possible for men to get it.

Most breast cancers start in the milk ducts (ductal cancers) while others start in the glands that make breast milk (lobular cancers). There are also other, less common, forms. It is important to note that not all cause a lump in the breast, so being aware of other signs and symptoms is valuable. Any lump or change (even if just in appearance) needs to be checked by a doctor.

Mutations in DNA can cause normal breast cells to become cancerous. Certain DNA changes can be inherited from parents and can greatly increase a person's breast cancer risk. Other risk factors include lifestyle factors such as your level of exercise and what you eat. While research is still being in conducted in this area, there is a consensus that eating a healthy diet, maintaining a healthy weight, exercising regularly, and avoiding any known risk factors can help reduce one's risk. Hormones are also said to play a role in many cases.

How It Spreads

When cancer cells get into the lymph or blood system, it can be carried to other parts of the body. Your lymph system is a network of lymphatic vessels throughout the body that connect lymph nodes and carry lymph fluid, helping rid the body of toxins, waste, and other unwanted materials. The primary function of the lymphatic system, however, is to transport the lymph fluid, which contains white blood cells, throughout the body.

Know Your Risk, Own Your Health

Being well-informed about any risks to your good health is important, not just for shaping your lifestyle, but in decisions for the future. That's where we come in! At reveal23, we are committed to providing individuals with affordable access to genetic cancer testing so you can find out what your DNA says about your health.

I don't want this baby put down because of being handicapped. They are saying if no one takes, they will have to make a decision 1st of next week! they are not facilitated for this pup.

Ok folks, this pup is currently being cared for at vet in Swainsboro, Georgia. But is in need of a rescue who is foster based that has someone who could care for him. He is going to need more care by specialist. He is approximately 2 years old.
When it comes to cancers, women have to be vigilant about what is going on with their bodies. Amidst the most common forms of the malady is that of breast cancer. While it claims thousands of lives annually, it can be detected early, treated, and in many instances completely eradicated. Women today should be aware of how to detect for these cells, as there are some ways to figure out whether or not something is awry. Aside from that, a little bit of prevention may help keep cancerous cells from forming, and can help with healing down the line.

Self-Testing

The first thing that women can do is focus on self-testing. This is a solution that involves pushing and feeling the breast tissue all over. The goal is to press against the tissue to feel for lumps or cells that seem compacted. Even a small lump can be something to deal with. When this is found, do not wait to see a specialist, as it could very well be something to worry about. A doctor can focus on whether or not this is an impacted duct, or it's a growth. In most cases, women that test themselves, don't have cancer, so don't panic if you feel something.

Get A Mammogram

You can test yourself, or have a partner feel for changes. However, if that doesn't yield results, and you're older than 35, it's time to see a specialist. Going to a doctor to get a mammogram may seem irksome, but it's absolutely important. These tests are done by experts and they look through the tissue of the breasts to figure out what is going on, if anything. In most instances, tests come back negative. If there's anything, a biopsy can be done, and can rule out the disease. Now, if it is malignant, don't panic, there are paths to treat this early, and fast. While some are extreme, others are not. This depends on early detection, genetics, treatment, and more.

An Ounce of Prevention

When it comes to preventing cancer, there are a few things that you can do to fight back. While it's imperative not to miss doctors' appointments, self-test, and know your body, there are other things that you can do to help prevent the issue from occurring. While these aren't "cures" they have been shown to lower risks of every forming the issue. These things include the following tips and tricks.

Losing weight and managing eating habits have been shown to help improve overall health, cardiovascular circulation, breathing, and tissue normality. Being physically active can help with improving oxygen rich blood flow, as well as ensuring that cell mutations do not occur as often. Avoiding vices like drinking excessively and smoking are also important to consider. Knowing your family history, avoiding certain prescription medications, and lethargy are also helpful in prevention.

At the end of the day, the best thing that you can do is simple, maintain a healthy routine. If nothing else, staving off cancers is a matter of chasing good health, and getting regular checkups with your doctor, just in case.
He has sustained a fractured vertebrae in the lower lumbar region. At this time he has no deep pain sensation in his rear legs. He is heartworm negative.

If you are a rescue that can take this baby in, please contact me or Pam McDonald Howell ASAP

He came from a county with no Animal Control/shelter. He has been posted on several sites in hopes of finding owner, so far no luck. Pic was on night pup was found!

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My grandmother had breast cancer 22 years ago. She gets checked every year to make sure it hasn't come back. Less than 6 months her breast cancer came back in her lungs and duodenum and it was stage 4. She was in the hospital for a few weeks, very sick.

They tried a mild chemo treatment and it put her in the hospital. She was too weak for the treatment she wasn't eating and she was not trying. They decided she couldn't handle the chemo treatment.

If you have a loved one in the same situation, make sure they eat even if you have to feed them. It is so important.

Hospice was called in. I stayed with her every weekend.

She required a lot of help. She could not get up on her own. She could not feed herself. She couldn't wipe herself. It was only 2 months, if that, that she went downhill so fast. All we could do was make her comfortable. Make sure she knew that is was okay for her to go.

My grandmother was always the classy type. She always dressed up really nice. Her dignity was going little by little. Something she never would have wanted. My mom said a prayer on Facebook asking God to take her that it was time for her to go. Mind you, she couldn't even speak to us. She couldn't let us know what she wanted. Fifteen minutes after my mom made that prayer on Facebook, God called my grandmother home.

We all knew that she was going to pass any minute. As much as you think we were prepared for her passing, we were not.

You cannot prepare yourself for a loved ones passing. It doesn't really hit you right away either.

When you have a loved one that is sick, as sick as my grandmother was, please just make them comfortable. Don't force them to do anything. They know what they can do and will do it if they feel like they can. I was my grandmothers "little nurse" that is what everyone called me. I didn't stay with her on the weekends and take care of her for anyone except her. I wanted to be there for her and my grandfather. I wanted to spend as much time as I possibly could with her.

My grandmother taught me so much about growing up in the 40's and so on. She taught me more about history than I ever learned in school. When your grandparents or parents want to talk to you about when they grew up, please listen. If you don't listen, you will be missing out on so much. These stories that they tell are a big part of their life and is something that you should remember so you can pass this stuff on to your children.

I have watched my mom cry for hours. My mom and grandmother were so close and now she feels lost without her. I don't know what to do or say to make things better. I really don't think there is anything that you can say to make things any better. I wish I could change things. I don't like seeing people hurt. I can't imagine what it is like to lose your mother. My mom and I have always been close and I know that I would be lost without her. We have to remember that God has a plan for all of us. My grandmother lived a good life. She was 86 when she passed away. My grandparents have been together for 70 years, they just had their 63rd wedding anniversary 3 days after she passed. We believe that my grandmother was trying to wait for their anniversary before she left.

She is now with her son, Jimmy. He was killed when he was 18. Jimmy and his friend were riding bikes and Jimmy was bit by a drunk driver. It was a hit and run, so they never got any answers. At least now they are together. We will all be together one day. Until then we must live life and celebrate our loved ones lives that have passed on. That is what they would want us to do. Even though it is hard. It is hard not to cry, not to feel sad. We must remember that our loved ones would not want us to be sad, they want us to live life to the fullest and just remember all the good times with them.

Get your parents, great grandparents, uncles, aunts, siblings.. Etc. to write a letter to your children for their eighteenth birthday and put these letters in a time capsule. On your child's eighteenth birthday, let them open this time capsule. A lot of these people who wrote letters will probably be gone. Enjoy your family and remember that any day could be he last day you see someone. So, tell them you love them no matter what the situation is. Tomorrow is never promised.

4 Responses to "Paralyzed pup has no place to call home, if no one takes will be put down because of being handicapped"

  1. I live in California, but.I would take him
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  2. Where is this precious pup located, city and state?

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