It's been a bit over a year now since a tumor was found in his back right foot. It over time grew until it was removed. The vet had to remove his whole foot and took it about a half inch further to make sure the infected area was gone.\n\nUnfortunately, it grew back in the same spot with a vengeance. We have watched it grow over time, but it never seemed to damper his life. He was still the happy puppy he's always been. He would welcome a stranger with much attention if he had the chance. It is sad that it had to be him.\n\nAbout a half a year later, about a week ago, his health has been on a significant decline. My family is contemplating putting him down due to quality of life. He doesn't each to much and is generally stuck in 1 room of the house. We loves his comfy spot on the couch that we allow for him now due to circumstances. \n\nHe has brought joy to everyone who he has been around and it is devistating to know he only has a few days left on this earth with us. We surround him with love as much as we can and we try to play off of his reactions. He still wags his tail and very much enjoys a nice rub down. He is typically quiet now though, not much barking, not much movement. \n\nI am scared to give up on him. I don't want to cut his life short. But I am worried about any pain he may feel. At 8 years old he has always been in shape and healthy. This cancer has certainly turned this around. His name is Milo, he is a golden colored labradoodle. I have so many memories with him I am so afraid of what is currently going on. I have google'd some things and it brought me to this site. \n\nI just needed to speak this somewhere..I am heartbroken. My poor pup does not deserve this. He has done nothing wrong and is a very intelligent doggy.\n\nMy younger brother and younger sister are both unaware of what will happen. But, my parents and I have discussed what's best and what's going on.\n\nI can't imagine coming home and not seeing his bright energetic self anymore..