I know the usual advice is when a dog stops eating it is a big red flag they have given up. Is this the case with Gabby? The vet said that the tumor made her feel full. So maybe not the same thing as "giving up" on eating. Gabby did show some interest in some food and did take the syringed stuff. Maybe she was physically unable to eat. I am starting another thread about homeopathy and cancer. Do you know if homeopathy can rid the body of such a big tumor? Gabbys went from one side of the abdomen to the other. Does homeopathy have that potential in the case of hemangiosarcoma to rid the body of it? I read another member say that it takes time. Is the bigger the tumor in hemangiosarcoma , the bigger the chance for a rupture. Translation: would homeopathy have enough time to work before a rupture? Let me know thoughts. I would appreciate some of the trained experts, i.e. doctors on this forum as well. I initiated the homeopathy figuring I could get more help with the details here since homeopathy is a major modality of the doctors here.