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    I haven't had experience with brain tumors but I have experience with aging Bulldogs. I wouldn't have the MRI. 10 is a long life for a Bulldog. Once they start to go downhill they go fast. Keep her comfortable and give her lots of love. I wish you well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alice Kable View Post
    I haven't had experience with brain tumors but I have experience with aging Bulldogs. I wouldn't have the MRI. 10 is a long life for a Bulldog. Once they start to go downhill they go fast. Keep her comfortable and give her lots of love. I wish you well!
    I sadly agree with Alice. Knowing when it's time to keep them comfortable and pain free is the hardest thing to find. An MRI would only confirm a diagnosis...not find a cure. Love her for us too....peace.

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    oh my checked this thread again and am sorry to see its not better its worse. yes others have given you good advice and i will pray for you and your bully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkiddo1016 View Post
    So within the last few days she seems to becoming more confused and dazed. I'm am traveling on business but able to FaceTime with my family so I can see her and talk to her. She is getting up walking into corners and just standing there. She doesn't seem to be in pain but seems like she gets up to do something then forgets half way there. She still recognizes her name when called and comes to you. I'm heading home tonight so I am hoping it doesn't seem as bad as I am hearing.
    So So sorry for all this to be happening. Love her as much as you can . Please keep us posted and we will be praying for you and sweet Jazmine
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    So sorry she is not improving, all you can do now is just keep her comfortable and give lots of love. Keeping her and you in our thoughts and prayers.
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    I am new to this forum, I have an 11 year old female with pretty much the same good health yours has had. I am presently dealing with an ulcer in her eye and have wondered if she also had a tumor in her brain. She constantly jerks her head to one side and clicks her teeth as if she were scratching something. Last night she started kind of running with her head cocked to the right (same side as ulcer in the eye) as if she thought something was chasing her. I am presently in Puerto Rico and there are no dog neurologists here.
    I can understand your fear for your baby. I hope all goes well and she lasts a good long while.

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    ahh bless,its awful when this happens,i had a 4 yr old that the breeder wanted me to take in as she wasnt coming into season in kennels,she was the sweetest bully you could meet ,well she came into season and was mated ,after 5 weeks at the breeders and giving birth to 2 pups she came home ,she was as agressive as a dog can get ,not towards me but everyone else in the house but most of all the grandchildren,we only managed a month with her she sadly just got to dangerous,the breeder said it was a tumour but i thought she had turned alpha female ,anyway we had her put to sleep we had no choice,i feel for you we only had her 1 year but still very attached to her,karen

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    Wow, hearing all this makes me very sad, but i guess this is reality.

    @mkiddo1016, please keep us informed w/how your girl's doing.

    @sailnbyu , are there any vets in your area that you feel are pretty strong and knowledgable? You may not be able to see a specialist but there may be someone who has had experience with tumors and the like.

    I wish you all the best.




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    She is hanging in there I have a VERY stubborn bull dog she is very determined to not be down too long..... I started feeding her chicken since she stop eating her normal food so she has a little bit more energy.... When I'm home she gets up a little more then during the day. I'm keep counting my blessing everyday that she is still here.

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    @mkiddo1016 great to hear that she is doing a little bit better! Give her all your love and many hugs and kisses!!!!
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    Thanks everyone for the thoughts and prayers but yesterday she got progressively worst so I had to make the decision to let her go. We called laps of love on a recommendation from a friend and they were wonderful!!! I did not have to transport her or anything she went peacefully in my arms at home just the way I wanted her to.

    My family has already stated the next dog will be a bullie I can't imagine having any other breed... In the next few weeks we will be looking for breeders since I can't remember which one I purchase jazmine from in Miami .

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkiddo1016 View Post
    Thanks everyone for the thoughts and prayers but yesterday she got progressively worst so I had to make the decision to let her go. We called laps of love on a recommendation from a friend and they were wonderful!!! I did not have to transport her or anything she went peacefully in my arms at home just the way I wanted her to.

    My family has already stated the next dog will be a bullie I can't imagine having any other breed... In the next few weeks we will be looking for breeders since I can't remember which one I purchase jazmine from in Miami . Michele

    Michele... i am so sorry for your loss. I am glad you got to do everything your way and allow her to move on where she was most loved and comfortable... in your arms at home.
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