Newton's Blog

Sunday, December 27, 2009, ( 86 views ) - My thoughts - Posted by Emily

Every year, Mary has a holiday party for all of her puppy buyers. This year, it was pot luck style at the Robards's restaurant. It was so good to see everybody and the food was yummy. Homer and Maggie made the day complete so that I could get my Mastiff fix :-) For the gift exchange, I gave a sling shot chicken that makes noises. I thought that it was pretty cool. It would have been one of Newton's favorites for sure. I got some treats and a toy that Chloe will get to play with when she comes over.

Friday, December 25, 2009, ( 86 views ) - My thoughts - Posted by Emily

I hope that everybody has a safe and enjoying holiday. Make sure to take the time to tell the ones those close to you how much you care about them.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009, ( 86 views ) - My thoughts - Posted by Emily

HAPPY BIRTHDAY BABY BOY!!! I hope that you are having a great time partying with all of your friends. Make sure that you stay out of trouble. I miss you.

Monday, December 14, 2009, ( 62 views ) - My thoughts - Posted by Emily

This evening, Stephanie and I met at the White Chocolate Grill for drinks. It was so good to see her. I really miss not seeing each day when she would come to take Newton for his daily walks. Stephanie has been Newton's pet sitter since he was 8 weeks old. She has since become a great friend. Newton loves Stephanie and her family and would get so excited when they would come over. I was very lucky to find somebody who cared so much about Newton and took such good care of him.

Thank you for everything Stephanie! We need to hang out more often

Tuesday, December 1, 2009, ( 53 views ) - My thoughts - Posted by Emily

Today, I was up at Colorado State University with my friend, Laura, whose Mastiff, Chloe, was having some general procedures (teeth cleaning, etc.) done by CSU's community practice. While I was up there, I started to think a lot about Newton. I had CSU do an autopsy on Newton, but up to this point, didn't have the heart to read the autopsy report in great detail. Based on the details in the report and additional clarification from Newton's Oncologist, I found myself in a state of shock.

Newton's Osteosarcoma was in remission. There was no microscopic or gross evidence of Osteosarcoma present. What the autopsy did reveal was primary splenic Hemangiosarcoma with pulmonary metastasis. Leave it to Newton to be unique.

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