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Color
Black
Sex
male
Date of birth
01 apr 2019
Land of birth
IU Ireland or United Kingdom
Land of standing
UK United Kingdom
Racing Name
Baileys Caesar
Ear mark
UX ASJ VC 146
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Caesar

male, 2 years old, Black

Added by Lucy&Ellie

Updated: Friday 16 Jul

Caesar has retired early because he was more interested in the other dogs than racing :)

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by cd

Tuesday 21 Sep 15:40



Deeply saddened about Caesar and think of him regularly. very much hope you are enjoying a lovely relaxing time with your Foster family & that they are able to keep us up to date on how you are doing. Xx

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by Stevie,Sarah,Willow&Max'smom

Sunday 05 Sep 21:34



I, like so many have cried bucket loads of tears for this gorgeous boy. I echo what has been said about the love, care and support he is receiving from Erik and his family. Who knows how much time Caesar has, but we can all rest assured that however long or short it may be he will live life to the full with his wonderful family. Thanks to everyone who has supported with donating to his treatment, sadly as we know it was not successful but he was given the chance. Thank you so much. Xxx

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by jetlucy

Sunday 05 Sep 20:33



Oh caesar, my heart breaks for you, it can be such a cruel world sometimes. We all have to take comfort in the fact that you haven't a clue what's going on apart from you've well and truly landed on your feet with Erik and his family and daybreaks continued support...what a lucky hound you are. Keep been your happy self and enjoying life to the full! Good luck my sweetheart xxx

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by LadyVictoria

Sunday 05 Sep 13:32



It is so very sad to hear the treatment hasn't helped with Caesar's tumour, but at least thanks to everyone's generosity and Erik's unfailing support for him he had the chance to try it. Xxx
He is still a very handsome, affectionate and happy lad who is loved so much. Xxx

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by shanishoo

Sunday 05 Sep 07:28



Just devastated for this gorgeous boy, it must be especially hard for you and your family Erik. I'm sure I speak for everybody when I say a MASSIVE thank you to you for everything you have done and continue to do for Caesar, he is lucky to have such wonderful people who care about him and want the best for him, please give him a gentle hug from me. Take care xxxx

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by DaybreaksRuth

Sunday 05 Sep 07:25



Caesar came to Daybreaks yesterday and enjoyed a Reiki session with Tina. Tina does sessions and donations are going to support Caesar for the rest of his life. If you would like to book a reiki session for yourself or your greyhound please give us a call.

I posted this on Facebook but as Erik commented, after a long discussion with the vet at North Downs Referral Center where Ceasar has been receiving treatment for his mast cell tumour on his tongue, we feel that no further intervention should take place. He has not responded well to the treatment and the only other option is to remove a large piece of his tongue. We feel this wouldn’t be fair on the little chap. He is in long term foster with Erik and Irina who will look after him whilst he has quality of life which we hope will be around 9 months.
A massive thank you to everyone who donated to help fund the treatment with the hope of helping him and sincere gratitude to Erik and his family x

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by cloggyerik

Saturday 04 Sep 14:41



Ok, it is now really time to get the tissues out.

Caesar has been receiving Chemotherapy to try and cure the mast cell tumour under his tongue, his last visit showed insufficient response to the treatment. There have been long discussions about what to do next with all concerned. After considering Caesars current response to the treatment, sadly and with a heavy heart, it was felt that an operation to remove part of his tongue is not in Caesar’s best interest to ensure quality of life for Caesar. This means it is the end of the road in terms of his cancer treatment. We will continue to give him the love and care until he crosses the rainbow bridge. For now, we will make sure he continues to have fun. A MASSIVE thank you to all who have donated to make the treatment possible in the first place and all the support messages for him. Please keep the positive thoughts and love coming for Caesar, he will still need those.

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by LadyVictoria

Saturday 21 Aug 22:52



Erik brought Caesar with him when he returned the van to the kennels this afternoon. Caesar looks fabulous and you wouldn't know he had any health issues at all. He is a happy and inquisitive boy and clearly adores Erik. Xxx

We can not thank Erik and his family enough for everything they are doing for Caesar. As Erik mentioned the journey to the Referral centre is not an easy one and it takes all day. He gives up his time because he loves Caesar and wants more than anything a cure for his cancer so that he can hopefully find his forever home and live a long and happy life. Xxx

I'm sure if Caesar could talk he would love to thank Erik and his family too! Xxx

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by cloggyerik

Saturday 21 Aug 10:24



Update on Caesar

Firstly, I want to thank you all for the continued support for Caesar, whether this is donations to Caesar’s funding page, well-wishing messages or just sending your care and love. You are all BRILLANT!!!.

Yesterday was not an easy journey. I had some challenges along the way the main one for me and the dogs was the traffic jams. I also took Barney and Charlotte with me as they do like to go out and about. What none of us enjoyed was the massive traffic jams we experienced both on the M1 and M25 unfortunately both going to the treatment centre and returning home. The journey should take about 2½ hours it actually took 4+ hours in both directions so the dogs and I were very tired when we returned home at about 19.45.

Enough about the journey let’s talk about Caesars treatment. We were very hopeful because photos taken two weeks ago showed a reduction in the tumour size. After I dropped Caesar off, I took Barney and Charlotte to the village for a walk and some much-needed bladder relief. We only had a bit of a walk when I received a phone call from North Downs, which was not a great sign.

The vet explained to me that once Caesar was under an anaesthetic, they could examine his tongue. Unfortunately, the tumour is still there about a centimetre in size. The expectation from the treating team was that the tumour had disappeared to justify a third treatment which would target the microscopic cancer cells. Hence they would wake Caesar up and start the recovery and I could pick-up Caesar.

Once I got Caesar back I had a good detailed conversation with a member of the treatment team.
The GOOD news is that there are still other options available which will be considered carefully. Main objective to keep in mind is his cure and being able to rehome him into a loving home. For now keep sending Caesar your love and care as he needs it more then ever. Again, thank you so much for your support.

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by jetlucy

Friday 13 Aug 21:53



Woo fabulous caesar, so lovely to hear nice news for once. Erik and family you should be so proud of yourselves xxx

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by shanishoo

Thursday 12 Aug 22:52



So happy to read this, come on Caesar you can do this, and I echo Ladyvictoria's comment, Erik, you and your family are wonderful for all you do, I take my hat off to you! Xxxxx

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by LadyVictoria

Thursday 12 Aug 22:40



Really great news! Will keep everything crossed for him. Xxx
Thanks so much to Erik for all he is doing for Caesar. Xxx

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by cloggyerik

Thursday 12 Aug 22:24



A quick update if you missed my update on the FB Daybreaks chat group. Earlier this week I had to do two, one-hour walks with Caesar t ensure he was panting enough for me to be able to take photos of his tongue.

I was pleasantly surprised, and belief his tumor has shrunk. I took a number of photos from different angles and reported back to the vet how he has been, shortly after treatment and over the last 10 days.

The vet was also happy with what he could see on the photos and agreed with me that the tumor appears to have become smaller. the next appointment is on the 20th of August. Hopefully Caesar can finish his recovery and we can start looked for his forever home. That would be such a brilliant outcome for this loving young boy. Keep your fingers, legs, arms and paws crossed for him :-))

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by LadyVictoria

Tuesday 03 Aug 22:48



We were all disappointed to hear Caesar's treatment hasn't shown anything too positive as yet...but maybe on his next trip there will be an improvement. We are so grateful to Erik and his family for all they are doing for Caesar and to Barney for showing his support to his friend! Xxx

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by jetlucy

Tuesday 03 Aug 21:51



Oh caesar you are been so brave and what a wonderful foster family you have. I pray they can help you as you so deserve it xxx

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by shanishoo

Tuesday 03 Aug 21:23



Sending positive thoughts to Caesar, come on sweetheart, you can do this!!!! Xxxxxxx

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by cloggyerik

Tuesday 03 Aug 14:10



Caesar, has had his second treatment last Friday. It was again quite a long day for all of us. We set off at 06.00 in the morning and Barney also come along for the trip. Caesar was a brave boy and went in to the treatment centre ok. My wife did mention that his tail was tucked between his legs. Barney was showing some concern as his mate went of and he had such a worried look.

We picked Caesar up around 15.00, he had taken the treatment in his stride. Barney’s response whilst waiting was again filled with concern as he was looking at the doors to see when Caesar would come. Caesar was a little dozy but was quite ok overall. The conversation with the vet was a little less optimistic. He told me he would have expected a response to the treatment, meaning a reduction in the size of the tumour which had not occurred. Whilst I did feel myself that there was no change, I still found the news disappointing and a bit upsetting, I must admit.

The journey back was again slow, but both boys did well and we had a break in between which they both needed. It is so amazing with Caesar, he bounces back so quickly and remains full of life. On Saturday he did sleep a lot and he did seem to feel quite hot. Again, he has been keen to go on his walks and do other activities. The next 10 days are going to be important for him. Lets hope and keep our fingers, legs, arms and toes crossed that there is a response to the treatment.

On a positive note, the vet feels positive about being able to do an operation if this is needed. He feels he can remove the tumour in such a way to allow sufficient tissue to remain. Even if he has to do a more dramatic removal, whilst Caesar may be a messier eater (no change there as he throws his food around already) and drinker he could still have a good quality of life. So it is not al doom and gloom.

Lets all send Caesar, lots of positive thoughts and loving thoughts and lets get him through this so he can enjoy a full life in a forever home :-)

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by cloggyerik

Sunday 18 Jul 08:59



Caesar has had an eventful couple of days. On Friday we left home at 06.00 to go to North Downs Specialist referral centre. As he is a young boy he took it in his stride. We arrived at 09.00 after a good easy drive. We took a picture of him as he was taken in. The wait was long but early afternoon I spoke with the vet, all had gone well and he agrees with me that his tumour had grown :-( When the nurse came with Caesar, she mentioned she was surprised how quick he had recovered from anaesthesia and was hungry for food.

We quickly prepared to go back home. He settled in the car quickly just rested. The journey was quite long the first 50 miles it was traffic jams. We tried to have a break and Caesar was already so much perked up, head raised etc. We arrived back home around 18.45 the 3 hour journey had become a 4-5 hour journey.

On Saturday morning he was ready to go and have his walk and have fun. That is the benefit of him being a young boy. He slept a bit more during the day but honestly, as the nurse told me he be drowsy for the next day or two. Not Caesar, he wanted to come with me to the Kennels but left him home to relax. In two weeks’ time we will need to do the journey again for his second lot of treatment.

Thanks to everyone who has made this possible for him, you are all amazing :-)

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by rubytwoshoes

Friday 16 Jul 20:31



Everything crossed for Caesar.????????????????

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by DaybreaksRuth

Sunday 04 Jul 09:12



I am absolutely overwhelmed with the support Caesar is getting with donations to fund his cancer treatment. To everyone who has donated, you truly are wonderful caring people in helping to give this young boy a chance. Once he has been through his treatment we will be available for adoption - he is a wonderful happy boy. Thank you everyone - Ruth x

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by shanishoo

Saturday 03 Jul 15:25



I am keeping everything crossed for this boy, it's great news that he can proceed with the treatment, it's so very expensive and as you say a fantastic amount of money has been raised so far, wouldn't it be the best if the majority of the money could be raised to help this wonderful hound. Caesar, I am not religious but I'm praying for you to make a full recovery. Wishing you all the luck in the world xxxxxx

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by cloggyerik

Saturday 03 Jul 11:11



Caesar has had his first consultation last Thursday. The consultant was positive about his chances and that is may not be the aggressive version. Yesterday we got the results of the initial tests and we are so pleased to hear that there is no spread and he has the all clear to start the treatment. It looks like that the whole treatment as it stands now, is about 4K. He will need three treatment session. sofar the funds raised is £1570.- thank you so much for all of you who have donated.

I think the journey was stressful for him as he did not have a proper meal till about 16.00. He had as I call the a very liquid stress poo. We love the boy to bits as he is a good naughty boy and the best result will be that he can be re-homed into his forever home, because he has the all clear. Fingers crossed that this will all come true for him.

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by Stevie,Sarah,Willow&Max'smom

Thursday 01 Jul 07:56



Best of luck to Caesar for his consultation today, everything crossed for him. Xx

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by DaybreaksRuth

Monday 28 Jun 10:57



Caesar has his first consultation booked with the oncology specialist in Surrey on Thursday. The consultation alone is £531 but thanks to the generosity of all our supporters, we have already raised an amazing £1000.00! I am so grateful that this boy can have a chance for treatment and we will keep you posted. If you would like to donate towards his treatment, please use the following link. We are so grateful.
www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/helpcaesar

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by Stevie,Sarah,Willow&Max'smom

Sunday 20 Jun 20:47



This would-be fantastic if it could help Caesar. Everything crossed that it can. X

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by LadyVictoria

Sunday 20 Jun 20:07



It would be wonderful if this treatment could be made available to Caesar! Xxx

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by cloggyerik

Sunday 20 Jun 20:01



This is brilliant news, a ray of hope for Caesar. He was at the Kennel on Saturday and I understand very well behaved. Fingers crossed for this boy and that it will help him have a long happy live :-)

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by DaybreaksRuth

Saturday 19 Jun 15:31



Thank you MadMags - I have set up a fundraising page for people to donate to so we can get this treatment for Caesar. If you would like to donate, please click on the following link. Caesar thanks you in advance! xx
https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/helpcaesar

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by MadMags

Friday 18 Jun 17:18



An interesting article in Your Dog magazine for July 2021- a dog had a Mast Cell Tumour in his mouth, the owners vets referred him for new, ground-breaking electrochemotherapy at a specialist oncology centre -Oncologist Gerry Polton at North Downs Specialist Referrals in Surrey. The electrochemotherapy could apparently be targetted only at the tumour using a probe then the chemo is delivered directly to the tumour without causing the tongue to lose tissue or function (quoting from the article). The tumour that the dog in the magazine had has completely disappeared following the treatments. Hopefully this might help Caesar too, it's so upsetting when they find retirement and are ill. Using specialist cancer units can access state of the art treatments, one of my deerhound lurchers had an aggressive malignant tumour on a foreleg and we took him to Cambridge Vet School and Davies White near Hitchin for radiotherapy and he survived and recovered well xx

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by cloggyerik

Monday 14 Jun 09:36



Caesar has been a busy boy the last couple of weeks. The main thing is that so far he is in good shape. I was concerned about his weight as he seemed to be losing it even with increased food, thankfully and with the help of pasta he gained almost 2kg. I also checked the lump and it does not appear to have grown so that is great news to, of course I do not know what is going on internally with this boy.

I think he likes our daughter, as we have some adorable snaps with them both. He learns quick if he wants to, but he also knows an opportunity when he sees one. Give him the chance to be naughty and he will be.

Caesar has enjoyed several outings with us all, 3 dogs and 3 humans. We managed to go to a water park, he has visited a forest and we walk along the canals regularly. We also went to visit friends and he enjoyed that, he was much better with the 2 Italian greyhounds but he remains anxious around other breeds, he is fine with other Greyhounds but other breeds he is not (yet) content with. There is a bit of work to be done with him. I think I can speak for the whole family and that whilst he can be very naughty we do adore him. Every morning he wakes me up at about 6.15 jumping on the bed and wanting a cuddle and some fuss which I happily and sleepily give to him.

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by cloggyerik

Tuesday 25 May 09:57



Caesar has been both an angel and a devil. In the house he is a sweet naughty boy and I have such sweet images of him in the house with my 4 year old daughter and in the car to. As always she is supervised when she is with the dogs.

Caesar also showed his devil side last week. It surprised and shocked me, as it was out of the blue and out of character. He has been very good around other dogs and even at the vets when there was a little puppy he was curious but gentle. The devil side showed when we walked up a narrow railway bridge. You cannot see who or what is coming. Caesar was first on top and when I saw the other young Rottweiler type dog, I was raining them in for better control. Before I knew it Caesar leaped at the other dog and held his nose. Barney also joined in. Luckily I managed to get them both of no serious injuries, a small cut to the other dogs lip. It just shows when dealing with animals you always must be on your guard.

Some may say, ohh why did they not have a muzzle on. For me it is simple, to prepare them for their live after the kennel you need to trust them at some point especially when they don’t show any aggression or nervousness for a while, as always he is fine with other Greyhounds it is other breeds that can make him unsure, it is an assessed risk. I have since muzzled them again and also split the two foster boys. I walk Caesar on his own now. I have also paid very close attention to his body language. Generally he is excited but neutral. When he sees other dogs he may become just curious but I also noticed that he can occasionally starts to lick his chops and his tail can go between his legs, these are signs of anxiety. I also noticed that a more bouncy/active dog will make him more nervous and respond. In hindsight the narrow bridge a bouncy young dog made him charge. I should not forget that he has cancer, and he may have an off day or be in more pain which will also cause him to respond we simply do not know.

We also took Caesar to Birmingham for an excursion. He did not fully enjoy that experience. He found the train station interesting but the town with all that noise and all those people he was not so keen on. He was very tired when we went to the Kennels and much happier once there. On the way back home both my daughter and Caesar fell asleep and Caesar rested his head on my daughters lap.

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by LadyVictoria

Monday 24 May 21:54



Erik sent some beautiful photos of his young Daughter Sophia with Caesar. He absolutely adores her and will cuddle up to her whenever he gets the chance. So very sweet. Xxx

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by cloggyerik

Wednesday 12 May 14:19



It has been a nice time so far. The two foster boys really enjoy their walks so it can be 3 normal walks and a short walk to pick-up Sofia. Caesar is learning about the area and enjoying what he sees. He is such a curious boy. During the walk he is mostly with his head up walking tall being very attentive to all that he sees.

Last weekend was an adventure weekend, we had to go to Northamptonshire, which is an hours drive away. He was very good in the car stood up initially but then settled down. It was his first long drive with us mind you it was my first long drive. He took it in his stride.

As Charlotte (our Greyhound) has been there before she was a nice relaxed companion her Caesar. There are two Italian Greyhounds there and that was stressful for Caesar. He did really well, he is getting better with other breeds. We had no incidents or lunges, I think Caesar was sometimes more scared then the Italian Greyhounds. When we did an evening walk it was interesting how his instinct kicked in. The 2 Italian Greyhounds were of the lead and running around having fun. As you can imagine Caesar wanted to join in and got very excited.

We also have been doing some recall training with Caesar. He is making progress with that, his manners in the house are also improving. I am trying to calm his manic eating down with placing a cup over his food so it is a bit more effort. He has worked out that he can lift the cup and get to the food that way, Barney has not figured this out yet.

We picked-up Barney from the Kennel. I am not sure but Caesar really did not like going into the office. He is happy standing outside, I could only get him in briefly with a treat. He even prefers to stand in the rain then be in the office, hahaha. Today He was happily relaxing in the office lying on a comfortable bed :-)

Yesterday morning Caesar throw-up a couple of times. I am not panicking, it is what sometimes happens, but during the walk he was also a bit less enthusiastic then what he would normally be so I just give him some more cuddles. Today, Barney and Caesar had a fight, Caesar trying to muscle in Barney’s food, I suspect, I had to get in there quick to avoid injuries. Barney has shrugged it off but Caesar is a sensitive soul and was quite offended, his pride has been hurt. This afternoon they are happily lying next to one another as if nothing happened.

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by cloggyerik

Tuesday 04 May 07:03



Ceasar has had an eventful week. He had 3 walks a day together with Barney, now and then with Charlotte (our old lady Grey). Charlotte is really getting old her mind wants to go for walks but her body will say NOOO towards the end of the walk. As the weather was good we did have frequent walks along the canal, always a nice experience for them. He was not impressed with the ducks or the swans but Barney did find them interesting. I have been surprised how strong this little boy is on the lead. Ceasar also met lots of different breeds and is not always sure about them and can lunge. He came along to pick-up our daughter from school, as short walk away from home. Ceasar may be poorly but he will still need to learn the robes about living in a home so he will receive training. Ceasar and Barney are truly crime mates they both get up to mischief and sometimes team up :-) a little tag team. They enjoyed visiting the Kennels and the run where they were chasing one an other for toys. Ceasar also got a bath which he was less impressed with and he got a grooming session too. Ceasar is in interesting character, he is really not concerned about the others. So he may lay down and place his head on a sleeping Charlotte, jump on the Sofa where Charlotte is lying or just wriggles in a space between barney and a cupboard which can result in growls or barks. He also insists on morning cuddle, Barney sometimes joins in. He is such a great little boy.

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by LadyVictoria

Thursday 29 Apr 23:47



Caesar came to the kennels with Erik and Barney this afternoon. They really do get on well together and he is loving getting out and about and being part of Erik's family. However I understand he has been stealing Charlotte's sofa when he gets chance which doesn't impress her at all! :)) Xxx

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by LadyVictoria

Tuesday 27 Apr 23:33



Lovely to hear what Caesar has been up to! He and Barney make quite a team! :)) Xxx

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by jetlucy

Tuesday 27 Apr 21:30



Oh caesar I am so pleased you've been fostered by Erik and his family as although I don't know him, love all his wonderful reports on his foster dogs and how perfect for you. Life can be so cruel but you're clearly in the right hands so who knows, I pray you get many more years xxx

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by cloggyerik

Tuesday 27 Apr 20:44



We have had Ceasar on foster since Sunday. He has settled in really well. We did not do a lot on Sunday so he could settle and acclimatise to our home. Barney, our other foster, and Caesar seem to hit it off and like to play together. On Monday we did a couple of walks and including one with all 3 of them to the vet for Charlotte (our greyhound) I shared a funny photo of them at the vet. https://www.facebook.com/groups/15539565263/permalink/10157802045250264/?notif_id=1619466384186413&notif_t=page_post_reaction&ref=notif.
Today, he had a canal walk and a walk to the garage. He found the garage very interesting. We also met several dogs and he is getting used to them. He is such a lovely boy, full of beans, wants to walk all the time and so playfull . Today he came to me and curled up against me just makes your heart melt. Live is not always fair is it?

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by LadyVictoria

Saturday 24 Apr 23:27



Caesar spent the day with us at the kennels today. He did some sunbathing in the kitchen run and enjoyed going out for walks with the other dogs. He is a very happy boy...it would be great if someone is able foster him and give him a happy life for however long he has. Lots of love to a special boy. Xxx

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by DaybreaksRuth

Saturday 24 Apr 10:54



Caesar has been at my house since we collected him from his foster home. Since being at mine, other than being a food monster he has been so good - especially with Tigger, Momma, Tony and more recently Champ. Sadly my house is far too small and my life too hectic for 5 at home so I am appealing desperately for a foster home for this poorly boy. His prognosis at best is approximately 18 months (he has a mast cell tumour on his tongue and we are not going to operate as we feel that making his life more difficult with eating and drinking is not fair on him. If anyone could take this happy boy - even for a short while as I just don't want to leave him at the kennels and my life is too hectic - please give us a call at the kennels. 0121 782 7702 xxx

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by Jess&Tilly

Saturday 17 Apr 17:17



Oh Caesar! Clearly no one has told you how ill you are... you are a very happy lad and such a sweetie xx

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by jetlucy

Sunday 04 Apr 21:53



Totally agree shanishoo, Alison and Jill I believe you are called below...you are angels, God bless you! I pray caesar will have many happy years with wonderful people! We've had 2 older cats with those tumours who lived very happy lives for a good few years so I pray this for caesar xxx

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by shanishoo

Sunday 04 Apr 13:13



A message to Caesar's new foster parents.........I take my hat off to you for giving this special boy a loving home, what truly wonderful people you are, im sure Caesar will be cherished xxxxxx

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by DaybreaksRuth

Sunday 04 Apr 08:57



Andy and I took Caesar to Stoke yesterday to his new foster home where he is already being totally doted on. He is such a gorgeous boy and he has the most wonderful place in the village of Ipstones to enjoy his retirement. Thank you Alison and Jill so much for taking him into your home x

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by LadyVictoria

Saturday 03 Apr 22:27



Thinking of Caesar and hoping he will be granted as much time as possible to enjoy having a home of his own. Xxx

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by shanishoo

Saturday 03 Apr 07:28



So happy for Caesar, he's been on my mind, gentle hugs for him today xxxxx

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by LadyVictoria

Friday 02 Apr 22:06



Great news for Caesar. Xxx

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by jetlucy

Friday 02 Apr 21:53



Oh caesar I am so pleased you have found a foster home, I haven't been able to get you off my mind since I read your story yesterday. God bless whoever has been so kind to foster you and I hope you have many happy years ahead of you. Keep fighting it caesar. Sending you lots of love xxx

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by helenanddave

Friday 02 Apr 20:55



So happy Caeser has found himself a foster home. Sending love to him and his family. Xx

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by rubytwoshoes

Friday 02 Apr 20:22



So pleased for Caesar. Good luck to all concerned. Xx

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by LadyVictoria

Thursday 01 Apr 22:46



We are all so very sad for Caesar and for the Greyhound injured by him yesterday. Wishing him a speedy recovery. Thinking of Caesar's foster family, it's been a very traumatic time for them. I know they were very fond of him. Xx

It would be wonderful if someone could offer Caesar a loving home for how ever long he may have. In 2019 we had lovely Bobby who was diagnosed with liver cancer a few weeks after we fostered him. He was only expected to live for a few weeks. However we had twelve months with him. He was an absolute joy, we were very lucky to have had the pleasure of his company and we have no regrets about taking him on. Xxx

Sending lots of love to Caesar tonight. Xxx

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by shanishoo

Thursday 01 Apr 22:42



Just heartbroken for this boy, I hope the other greyhound is ok, and that a foster home can be found, so very sad xxxxx

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by jetlucy

Thursday 01 Apr 21:32



Happy birthday too caesar xxx

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by jetlucy

Thursday 01 Apr 21:32



Oh caesar my heart is breaking for you, I'm so sorry to hear this news. The world can be very cruel sometimes and you're such a baby. I hope some good luck comes your way soon xxx

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by LM

Thursday 01 Apr 21:22



Caesar, what a sad day for your birthday. I'm sure you were spoilt though. You get my cuddle today. I hope you find a lovely foster home without another dog. x

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by Shanesmum

Thursday 01 Apr 21:03



Oh no, what a terrible situation - so sad for this young fella. Wishing a speedy recovery to the other Greyhound. Xx

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by rubytwoshoes

Thursday 01 Apr 21:01



So very sad for Caesar.
Hope the other hound is recovering.

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by DaybreaksRuth

Thursday 01 Apr 20:30



It is Caesars 2nd Birthday today - I wish it was a Happy Birthday but sadly I have some sad news.
Caesar arrived at Daybreaks on the 16th March. He went to the vets on the 19th March for his castrate.
Unfortunately whilst he was under anaesthetic for his castrate, the vet found a lump in his mouth under his tongue so an aspirate was sent off for histology.
Caesar went to a foster home following his castrate up until yesterday.
Unfortunately the results have now come back that the lump is a mast cell tumour. Unless the lump is removed, we will not know if this is a high or low grade tumour. To remove the lump would involve removing a portion of his tongue and therefore a wide margin would not be possible without severely affecting him with his eating and drinking.
To make things worse, yesterday Caesar attacked the other greyhound in his foster home resulting in both going to the vets. Caesar only required stapling for a minor wound, sadly the other greyhound required a substantial stitch up.
I collected Caesar from the vets last night and he is currently staying with me. The situation with a poor prognosis and the fact that he has bitten another dog, makes him sadly very unhomeable.
It is a long shot, but if I could find a foster home for him as an only dog to live out the short time he has left, then please contact Daybreaks Kennels. All costs for his care and treatment will be funded by Daybreaks Trust.
If you think you can help, please call Daybreaks on 0121 782 7702 between 10am and 4pm.

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by Shanesmum

Thursday 01 Apr 16:07



Happy Birthday baby boy, hope all is going well for you. x

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by shanishoo

Thursday 01 Apr 12:56



Happy birthday Caesar, hope your foster parents spoil you xxxxx

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by shanishoo

Saturday 20 Mar 15:05



Great to see a fostered sign for young Caesar xxxx

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by LadyVictoria

Thursday 18 Mar 23:07



We let young Caesar have a stroll around the kennels this afternoon. :)) He enjoyed pottering about and settled happily in the big kitchen kennel along with Nidge for company. He is a really lovely lad who loves a cuddle for reassurance. Xxx

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by LadyVictoria

Tuesday 16 Mar 22:06



Caesar is a very handsome and affectionate young man! He is a little stressed to be away from his previous kennels and everyone he knows. Hoping he will soon settle. Xxx

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by jetlucy

Tuesday 16 Mar 21:20



Very clever caesar, you'll love 'normal' life xxx

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by Shanesmum

Tuesday 16 Mar 17:12



Oh hello handsome, welcome. You will have much more fun at Daybreaks. x

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by shanishoo

Tuesday 16 Mar 15:23



Ha ha, good for you Caesar, how clever of you, love your name and you are very handsome xxxx

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