• News

Farewell our princess Hailey!

I don't even know where to start. I can't believe I am sitting here writing this post, I shouldn't be, I should not announce the death of Hailey for another 10 years at least!
But something came in the way of that... A week ago Hailey started to get a bit short of breath and threw up. She got better but on Saturday she got worse and her family (poor family who has only had her for four months) took her to the emergency vet. After some discussions we decided to transfer her to Södra Djursjukhuset in Stockholm were they have a lot of competent veterinarians. 
Hailey had fluid in her lungs and in her belly, causing her to have some trouble with her breathing. All kinds of possible diagnosis was checked, poison, leptospiros, lungworms, tumours, infections, bleeding. 
On Sunday she was doing better and they thought she might go home on Monday afternoon, but she then turned for the worse. She had an MRI scan and I went there late after work to see her. She was happy to see me but very tired, and heavy breathing. Today we got the results of the scan and it showed she had a very aggressive kind of cancer, disseminated histiocytic sarcoma. There were nothing to be done for her, but to help her stop the struggle. 
I want to say thank you to Jonas and Elin and their family for taking such good care of her for these past few months. I really wished you would have gotten a lot more time with her.
Right now all I feel is sad, hopeless and empty. Loosing a dog is never easy, but is is so sad when it happens to such a young dog. She should have had more time with us!
We will always love you, and never forget you. Rest in peace sweetheart!




Senaste nyheter