Good morning! Wolf's surgery went well! The two masses removed and all looks good. They appear to be fatty, non-invasive tumors. They are being sent out to be certain. The tiny ones in his mouth turned out to be bone, and are all A-OK! He is home resting (under the watchful eye of his sis, Chloe) and a little out of it from the anesthesia and meds. But, he is home! Wolf had a good night. He slept well. (Waaaay better than Mom!)
He is such a good boy; a bit woozy, but comfy, not fussing with surgical areas, and happy to be home. I thank God and my angel Mom for keeping him safe, and I know furangel Gibson's strong fighting spirit is right alongside his little bro.
Harley, the Pupster's surrogate momma, and our alpha queen, checked on Wolf and sniffed him all over before relaxing. An alpha queen Momma's job is never done! Wolf goes back to the vet in a week for a follow-up visit, but we are all feeling very positive. Now...onward to healing!
We fully support Dr. Sue Cancer Vet's the #SeeSomethingDoSomething #WhyWaitAspirate campaign. There's so many instances where we don't know something is going on (such as with Gibson's Hemangiosarcoma - no early signs) that when we do notice something, which could be nothing, have your vet check it! The last time Wolf had a growth, it was a small cluster of papillomas that turned out to be hiding a much more sinister growth underneath. To read about that surgery, visit HERE).
Thank you all again for all the amazing prayers, healing light, and positive vibes. It really makes a difference when going through tough times. He sure feels all the love from this amazing and caring community. Below, he is chatting with the rest of his pack family who are calling to him from out on the back deck!
Wolf sends his heartfelt Husky "Thank wooo!"