Greedy dog's cancer turned out to be four half-chewed TEDDY BEARS

Modesto Morganelli
Aprile 21, 2018

The proprietors of a debilitated St. Bernard canine were left shocked when a mass which vets thought was growth ended up being four half-bit teddy bears.

The 8-year-old now has "another rent of life" and is flourishing at home, said her mitigated proprietors who concede they dreaded the most exceedingly bad.

Maisy, an eight-year-old St. Bernard from Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, was taken in for a CT scan by owner Jane Dickinson. Maisy's vet diagnosed her with cancer, she was immediately rushed into surgery to have her spleen taken out.

Maisy most likely stole the soft toys from the family's chihuahuas, Mabel and Guinness.

Her heartbroken owner feared the worse as Maisy underwent surgery to remove her spleen - only for the veterinary surgeon to discover she had managed to chew up and swallow the teddy bears stolen from her family's pet Chihuahuas.

'When Maisy went in I did think 'is she coming out?' But she is loving life now - it's like she's got her youth back.

She had the soft toys removed during an intricate procedure and now has a "new lease of life" and is thriving at home, say her relieved owners who admit they feared the worst.

"She will steal the Chihuahuas' toys and play with them, but I've never seen her trying to chew them".

Maisy has fully recovered following the cancer scare and a report has shown no signs of cancer
Maisy has fully recovered following the cancer scare and a report has shown no signs of cancer

"Her dietary patterns had been totally ordinary", she said. "My brother also keeps chihuahuas and it turns out it belonged to his dog".

"Presently it resembles she has another rent of life", Dickinson said.

'She is a good age for a St Bernard and has lived longer than any of the others we have had.

Wakefield-based vet specialist Nick Blackburn completed the task to evacuate Maisy's spleen.

A dog feared to cancer had actually eaten four teddy bears, but the vet did not realise until halfway through the operation.

Thankfully, Maisy has fully recovered following the cancer scare and a histology report has shown no signs of cancer.

For owner Jane Dickinson there was nothing amusing about Maisy's antics which resulted in emergency surgery.

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