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Blackout

February 15, 2004

Alberta, Tomas and I love Blackout, our 7-year-old Labrador Retriever "pooch". This September he was diagnosed with cancer-shock-tears-fear-and then 3 very wonderful people came to our aid.

Dr. Cheryl Good of the Dearborn Family Pet Center.
(313)-561-5920
www.dearbornfamilypetcare.com

Dr. Joyce E. Obradovich of the Animal Cancer and Imaging Centers in Canton and Rochester Hills.
(734)-459-6040
www.veterinarycancer.com

Dr. Ben H. Colmery in Ann Arbor.
(734)-975-1623
www.vetdentistry.com

Blackout is doing fine and has a 97% chance of a full recovery. Thank God for his veterinarian caregivers.
"Dogs are not our whole lives, but they make our lives whole." – Roger Caras

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