Thank you Sarge....I just felt everyone should be aware of this....no sense in keeping our heads in the sand, right!
OKEY DOKEY HOKEY POKEY!! Will do.
Hey everyone!Now that Mom's off to work, I have time to say a little more about this. The post Sophie did is wonderful. Very interesting video especially for our beloved peeps. BUT, I have to say that this does apply to we four-leggers too. My peeps' last dog, a golden retriever named Cisco, had the same malignant melanoma that is discussed in this video. He was 6 months old and had a tumor the size of a baseball. Luckily his dogtor took it out and he survived to a ripe age of 14 years! It really was a miracle. Usually, it's not so kind. Anyway, interesting stuff and I thought eveyone should take a peek at it. BTW: This was the same thing that took the life of Pres Reagan's daughter at a young age.Grr and Woof,Sarge, COP
Thanks, Sarge!! On our way!!-Gizmo, Bart and Ruby
OkayBenny & Lily
Wow...powerful PSA. And so true. My aunt was a sun worshipper as a youth, and is now missing a crater size portion of her leg due to skin cancer. Thanks Sophie, for helping to educate, and Sarge, for sharing. We will be sharing too. PS - sorry about the above deletion. Typed too quickly and had some misspellings!
You have our attention - off we go to check it out.Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
We just watched that video....VERY IMPORTANT!XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella
Hey Sarge, This was an amazing video! So scary! My mom is super paranoid about sunscreen. She has fair skin and burns easily, but my little sister has my papa's Italian skin and never burns, but my mama is always covering her with sunscreen from head to toe just to be safe. I don't spend too much time in the sun for this reason - and because I don't like the heat. Your pal, PIp
I saw that video a few days ago on some website. My father had skin cancer previously so I always try to wear sunscreen when I can.
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