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Breast Cancer in dogs

good article http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...1209085601.htm

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Really good article, Dave; interesting that dogs and humans have same genetic marker for tumours, isn't it?
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Really good article, Dave; interesting that dogs and humans have same genetic marker for tumours, isn't it?
yep , we have a lot in common. No wonder we get along so well.

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yep , we have a lot in common. No wonder we get along so well.
Interesting read. Glad we don't have EVERYTHING in common though.

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Interesting read. Glad we don't have EVERYTHING in common though.
Weel, if we were willing to EAT the garbage they do, we'd puke too!


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Weel, if we were willing to EAT the garbage they do, we'd puke too!
Weeeel, we DO eat an awful lot of garbage when you think about it! Some of it would, I'm sure, make a dog puke….
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My Aunt and Uncle had a GSD who died from this. Very sad.

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Good thing is both dogs and humans could have the same prevention and therapy for this cancer.

In order to really enjoy a dog, one doesn't merely try to train him to be semi human. The point of it is to open oneself to the possibility of becoming partly a dog. ~Edward Hoagland
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Weeeel, we DO eat an awful lot of garbage when you think about it! Some of it would, I'm sure, make a dog puke….
True… But I was thinking of the putrefying fish and deer poop that Kodi happily wolfs down in the woods! I DON'T eat those!!!


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