A dog is always more than just a pet. When you’ve spent a significant amount of your life with a dog, they become family, and there’s no doubt that dogs also think of us as family. Dogs are very loyal to their owners and anyone who has ever been good to them, and they are often more than ready to give love and compassion to whoever needs them.
But sadly, our little furry friends often have a shorter journey through this life than we do. Everyone can agree that one of the hardest moments of a person’s life could be those in which that person has to say goodbye to his or her dog.
When Lily the golden retriever got suddenly sick, her owners thought they were going to have to go through the process of letting their dog go. But before that, they were willing to fight.
Taking Lily to the vet, they discovered that she had a tumor on her spleen, and it was confirmed as the disease that about half of golden retrievers die of every year: hemangiosarcoma.
Lily only had hours to live if she didn’t undergo the surgery. But her loving owners used their savings to help get her better, even after the doctors told them she could die months later, since there was only a 10% chance that it was a benign tumor.
1 week after the surgery, Dani, Lily’s mom, received the test results back from the lab, and the lab confirmed that for the first time in 25 years, the hemangiosarcoma tumor is benign! And this adorable video shows her delivering the stunning news to Lily, who seemed to be understanding what was going on, for her reactions are just amazing!
Watch the heartwarming video below and share it with family and friends!