Dog saves owner s life after detecting horrible disease in her nose

 
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Dog saves owner   s life after detecting horrible disease in her nose

For Lauren Gauthier, her general positivity and caring nature ended up saving her life.

She has devoted her entire life to saving abused and neglected dogs; to giving them a second chance that they otherwise wouldn’t have, through Mission Beagle & Hound Rescue.

When Victoria, a one-eyed coonhound, was found abandoned, Lauren knew she had to help.

Of course, she could never have known what that would lead to …

From the very time of meeting, Lauren and Victoria shared a special bond.

“She senses when I’m upset or stressed,” Lauren says.

Soon enough, Lauren noticed that Victoria was acting strange around her. There was a small red spot on Victoria’s nose, and whenever Lauren was with her she would sniff around the area with intent.

Life saving dog
After a time, Lauren decided to get the bump checked out by a doctor. When she heard the eventual diagnosis, she couldn’t believe what she was being told.

The small red spot was actually basal cell carcinoma, a form of skin cancer. Because Victoria had offered an early warning with her actions, Lauren was able to have surgery to remove the cancer before it had a chance to spread to other areas and become more serious.

“It really is amazing that my dog was so persistent in sniffing the area that was skin cancer,” Lauren says.

“The surgery itself has changed my face, and if my dog had not picked up on it, I may have ignored the spot, which could have risked further disfigurement. Hounds have a keen sense of smell but I never thought that I would personally benefit from it!”

Lauren believes this was Victoria’s way of returning the favour after rescuing her from abandonment.

Warning for others

Furthermore, Lauren believes that her cancer stemmed from her use of sun beds. She’s now warning others of the dangers.

“My advice for teenagers and others considering tanning bed use is – don’t. There are many other options available, like spray tans, to help improve cosmetic appearance. The cost and the damage you do to your skin is way too high, and even though growing older seems a world away, once you are older, you will pay a price for tans and tanning beds.”

Fortunately, today Lauren is healthy and well – she recovered quickly! Even though she’ll forever carry a scar on her nose, she knows the situation could have had a far grimmer conclusion.

As for Victoria the dog? She’s happy and knows that Lauren will be there for her always, thanks to her heroic efforts.

So much for those people who say dogs don’t have feelings and act only on instinct!

Dogs know your feelings. When I’m down or feeling sad, my dog comes to lay at my feet. To claim that dogs have no intuition when it comes to human emotion is ridiculous. Just like children, dogs are far more aware of what’s going on around them than many people give them credit for. SHARE if you agree, and let’s pay tribute to Victoria together!



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