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  • My name is Lynne! I'm a runner enjoying life in Colorado with my two furry kids! Summer is a Rottie (my fourth) and my Aussie, Scout, is 12. They fill my life with funny stories and special moments. Enjoy reading about my troubles with running and the fun I have with my fuzkids!
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    While I have been through this several times, I am in no way an expert in dealing with or curing your pet of canine cancer. Please consult your local vet or canine cancer specialist on how to effectively treat your furry family member.
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Losing a pet to cancer is one of the hardest things a person has to deal with. It’s heartbreaking to watch your best friend fade because of something they didn’t deserve. You can see the pain in their eyes and you feel helpless against it. I personally have faced this disease twice and both times my furry children fought a hard battle but eventually their little bodies couldn’t take it anymore. So no one else has to face this pain, I’ve put together this blog to help raise money for canine cancer research.


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  1. Omigosh! Your comment on my blog today really touched my heart. I would love to help promote your cause. My family has always had golden retrievers and like Rottie’s, they tend to get struck with cancer. Losing a beloved pet is on of THE hardest things to go through. They are part of your family. I’d be lost without my Cooper.

    • Thanks for your touching words. It was so hard dealing with the loss of both my Rotties. I was big into my running at the time Jersey passed and I wanted to do something to raise awareness about the disease. Amazing how many people don’t know dogs get cancer! Cera, Chase Away K9 Cancer creator, and Heather, local Dock Dogs/Chase Away supporter, helped me get shirts made for me to wear during my races. If you’d like to help, check out their FB page or webpage (http://www.chaseawayk9cancer.org/). Also, click the “LOVE ADDS UP” link (http://www.wishcuit.com/) and buy a sticker or magnet. Half of the money Wishcuit raises goes toward canine cancer research. Plus it’s a cute magnet (I’ve got one on my truck). Thanks again! Hug Cooper for me!

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