Oh my! I'm so sorry to read this and to hear this. I apparently missed your other post. My very first dog, a golden retriever named Chivas Regal, had hemangiosarcoma. He was 12 when we had to let him go. He went from being perfectly fine one day to not being able to get off the floor the next day. His was on his spleen and the vet did emergency surgery on a Sunday, the day he couldn't get up. Sadly, the tumor had ruptured, so the cancer spread all over. He did, however, live another five months and they were really good quality months, until the very end.
See if you can rub some drops of water on his gums or get him to chew on an ice cube so he doesn't dehydrate.
Will your vet call in a prescription for pain meds? I had one of my dogs on Tramadol and she did very well on it (not for the hemangiosarcoma).
Are there any vets in your area that will come out to your house? I realize you are in a blizzard which is making it next to impossible for anyone to go anywhere. I think if it was me, I would just want to make sure my pup wasn't in any pain.
I will pray for you and send prayers your way for your dog. I'm sure this is a very painful time for you.
Fibromyalgia, Osteoarthritis, scoliosis, back problems, hypothyroidism.
I'm so sorry about your dog. I think that 'pets' seem to be one of the most popular topic we fibromites discuss on this forum. They mean so much to us...understand our pain and limitations more than most people. I have been dog sitting for my sons chocolate lab and he had a seizure yesterday. I didn't know what to do! It's so hard to watch them suffer when they can't tell us what they want, of if they are in pain. And... I know what you mean about the weather. It was blizzarding here when the dog was seizing and I kept thinking I couldn't get him to a vet if I wanted to!
Give him a soft hug for me.