Friendship through the toughest of times

Friendship through the toughest of times

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  • thelowender
    1 Week(s) Ago

    My dog Sally had soft tissue cancer in her back leg and needed to have it removed. She was 7 and lived another 9 years after her surgery. You’ll be amazed how quickly he/she will learn to waltz around.

  • rimjob_steve
    1 Week(s) Ago

    damn this thread made me go give my dog some cuddles!

  • Stickybandit86
    1 Week(s) Ago

    You can break a dogs body but not his spirit. Probably the most admirable creature on the planet.

  • workgymworkgym
    1 Week(s) Ago

    I wonder if the dogs understands why humans took his leg. Does he think we did it to be mean or do you think he knows we are helping?

  • WiseChoices
    1 Week(s) Ago

    "We're in this together."

    I love that.

  • Metaright
    1 Week(s) Ago

    What happened?

  • vctrmh
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Stay strong Kiko!!

  • derconsi
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Seven legs of joy

  • boston_2004
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Had a 3 legged pooch growing up, she got hit by a car when she was 2. She lived for about 15 years. She got around good too. What finally did her in was another dog got ahold of her. She succumbed later that night.

    Havent cried often in my life but her passing was a hard one. I think about her some 14 years later for the impact she had on my life.

    Miss you Madeline

  • baltomaster
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Kiko is going to have so many more adventures with his best bud and his loving owners ! It makes me really happy I hope he makes a good recovery! He is a tough boy!

  • juu923
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Imagine being with your bestfriend for a veeeeeeery long time and not understanding a word they say. And then you are brought to a place you never liked. suddenly woke up without remembering anything...and you don't have a leg anymore.

    Imagine not hating your bestfriend. Imagine not blaming your bestfriend nor losing an ounce of trust.

    That is faith. Purest of emotions.

  • here2sharemyopinion
    1 Week(s) Ago

    MY HEART

  • mattburkephoto
    1 Week(s) Ago

    This is such a ridiculously cute photo. Sad content, but remarkable image. 😍

  • Princep_Makia1
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Never meet a dog with the same name as my childhood dog. Stay strong kiko!

  • NocturnalPermission
    1 Week(s) Ago

    I lost my favorite coffee mug and I’m in the dumps for a week. Could take a lesson from dogs!

  • bvitrudi
    1 Week(s) Ago

    This brought a tear to my eye. So precious. A dog's love is so unconditional.

  • VisceralMonkey
    1 Week(s) Ago

    I remember when my dog Sam went through the same thing. Lost a leg to cancer as well.

    The cats all gathered around him on the bed and slept next to him for several nights. They knew he didn't feel well.

    Also, they recover amazingly. Trust me. Sam would take off on 3 legs and we couldn't catch him.

  • heywegotthis
    1 Week(s) Ago

    A sarcoma tumor took one of my pups hind legs and it needed to be amputated. He was back to running and playing in days. It’s amazing to see. His vet said that dogs only really need three... They’re born with a spare just in case. ❤️

  • SigourneyPodgorny
    1 Week(s) Ago

    😢💜

  • Bestyears
    1 Week(s) Ago

    It seems certain that that kind of loving companionship will aid in healing.

  • tnewc10
    1 Week(s) Ago

    I too had a tripaw. He had bone cancer in his front leg. By amputating the leg we got another 3 years with him. One of the best decisions we've made. Good luck on your speedy recovery friend!

  • indigenous__nudity
    1 Week(s) Ago

    I had a yellow lab named Katie a few years back. She had to have some major surgery on her hips, and after the surgery I had to bring her back a couple times a week for physical therapy. They always loved when I brought her in for her appointments because, despite the pain and discomfort she was dealing with, she was so sweet to the people there and brightened everyone's day. Dogs are such special animals.

  • junglemoosejoe
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Through the ruffest of times

    But seriously, we don't deserve dogs

  • deeznutsguy
    1 Week(s) Ago

    How does a dog just accept this? How can it have it’s leg removed and then pretend like nothing happened? Like does it just wake up and go “holy fuck what happened?” Does it know we had something to do with it and then it just decides that it’s all good, “no hard feelings”, without even knowing why?

  • jad1326
    1 Week(s) Ago

    Ok I’m crying

  • TheamazingBrr
    1 Week(s) Ago

    My heart :(

  • D0NW0N
    1 Week(s) Ago

    I got your back buddy

  • JunkInTheTrunk
    1 Week(s) Ago

    The best thing about animals is they don't have the capacity to feel sorry for themselves leading to super fast recovery... this dog will be bouncing around in no time!!