Features October 2011 Issue

Daisy’s Chemotherapy Day

Daisy’s Chemotherapy Day

We arrive at the veterinary clinic at 7:45 AM. Daisy leaps out of the car and heads for the grass in front of the door; after a long squat, she makes a beeline for the entrance, pulling me behind her. It’s always at this point I watch carefully to see if I can observe any signs of distress or apprehension about this almost weekly visit. Instead, she is excited about going in to seeing her buddies; if I were a betting person, I would put money on the notion that she enjoys these outings.

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