I'm so very sorry to hear this. Positive thoughts are being sent her way.
I am so sorry to hear this and can relate to the diagnosis. My dog Wiley, 4 year old golden, was in great health at his annual vet appointment last Spring. In July, he lost his appetite and we thought he might have gotten into something. After vet visit, we found out he had lymphoma. Our hearts were broken. We decided to go with chemo, and he responded so well. In late September, he was in full remission! We were so hopeful, but in mid October, he stopped eating again and this time, the diagnosis was not so great. The cancer was back and he had leukemia. His organs were having a tough time and he was accumulating fluid. We made the hard decision to end his suffering.Those are words you hate to hear the vet say.
Sandy was diagnosed yesterday with lymphoma. We've had goldens since 1997. Just once I'd like to have one live to be old and die of old age. She is only 6.
We are supposed to hear from our regular vet today who happens to be the specialist in this area and chemo with more details and so on. I've been around these dogs long enough to know the vet won't have much good to say.
Sandy last summer