I have a 6 year old female "lethal White" or "double Merle" Australian Shepherd
dog with a recent diagnosis of Hermangiosarcoma. I have a histopathology report I can upload for your examination. I need to know what this means in terms of severity, possible or suggested treatments, long term prognosis.
Other health issues are allergies, at the moment constant licking
at one toe on left rear leg, and now a spot on the right rear lower leg. Glaucoma since birth
, apparently controlled with Pred acetate, timodol and donzolamine (pardon the spelling), slow progression of cataracts
. Tiny heart concern at 4 months of age, grown out of it, genetic defect herniated belly button, repaired and no further concerns. She's always been healthy, demonic if she does not get enough exercise, and ready to eat, ALWAYS.
Currently no weight changes, or appetite changes, she does seem less energetic but not lethargic. Just seeming to sleep more quickly and for longer periods of time.
She is a breeder mistake whom a kindly vet would not euthanize. OF course she is the best dog in the world.