While we were in Tennessee on a mid-September Saturday night, or the small hours of Sunday to be more precise, Alfred suffered a seizure. He had his brain tumor removed back in March, prior to […]
A little blog about a dog called Alfred and his journey to survive a brain tumour. The latest posts are at the top, and earliest at the bottom.
When Alfred was accepted into the Canine Brain Cancer clinical trial at the University of Minnesota, his outlook was uncertain, and still is. The surgery was risky, but successful and he has been seizure free […]
After a few days we felt confident enough to leave Minneapolis and head to Renée’s parents in Tennessee. A very, very long drive. Not ideal, but we couldn’t stay in a hotel forever no matter […]
We collected Alfred the afternoon of the day following surgery. Many dogs return to their owners on the same day, but as Alfred’s operation was more risky than most due to the position of his […]
A day into our stay we took Alfred for some imaging at the University of Minnesota to make sure he was suitable for surgery, clear of signs his cancer had spread to other areas, and […]