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Fiona, Winnie & Angel’s Story – The Advantage Family

Subscribe to The Advantage Family YouTube Channel for entertaining and informative dog, cat and pet parent stories, and helpful pet care how-to videos. Meet Fiona, Winnie and Angel. Fiona is an artist who loves painting landscapes and marinescapes. She also loves her two dogs – Winnie and Angel – and the three share an amazing bond. When Fiona began to feel lethargic for no reason, Winnie and Angel started to behave strangely and honed in on her abdomen. They could literally “smell” something was wrong. See how Fiona flourishes after nine months of chemotherapy thanks to Winnie and Angel’s ability to detect her cancer and then motivate her to fight for her life. You can see more inspiring stories featuring real life dog, cat and pet parents just like you, as well as helpful how-to videos on pet nutrition and pet conditions, on The Advantage Family YouTube Channel – your furry friend online. What’s more, we understand the importance of having information at hand, so visit http://theadvantagefamily.com.au for all things ‘pet’ and like our Friends Furever Facebook Page for exclusive promotions. Maybe we can become even better friends? Fiona: I’m an artist and what I do is landscapes and roomscapes. I’m working really hard to be an artist along the shoal haven coastline. I have two dogs, Winnie and Angel – we know each other in and out, it’s like having an extension of yourself actually. In 2012 I have my own business here in Mollymook and I got home and I just thought I was tired, and the dogs though started to behave really strangely. Angel was like Tarzan grip to my side and Winnie as just very vocal and they were just honing into one area, which was my stomach, my abdomen. It was that prompt of them acting over the top, went to the GP and just had a normal checkup and they found out I had ovarian cancer. The thing about ovarian cancer, it’s really hard to detect and usually when it’s diagnosed it’s too late, you’re a stag

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Uploaded on Jun 9, 2015

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