Amanda Seyfried Celebrates Her Dog Finn’s Final Chemo Session

Three cheers to Finn! Amanda SeyfriedShe is celebrating her beloved dog’s successful final chemotherapy treatment.

“So this is a big day for us because … Congratulations Finny, it’s your last chemo,” the Mean Girls The actress, 36, shared a car selfie with her dog via Instagram Story on Wednesday, 7/7. “No more chemo! This is his sixth chemo and final one. [round today.]”

She added: “The doctor found a little tumor in his anal sack because he did a rectal exam [and] then they took it out in surgery and we’ve been doing chemo. We’ve been lucky to be able to afford it.”

Amanda Seyfried & Finn
Courtesy Amanda Seyfried/Instagram

Seyfried, whose pup is a constant presence on her social media profile, reported that Finn has had “no ill effects” and he “doesn’t seem to be bothered” by his treatment since he gets “a lot” of treats.

“This is all to say that rectal exams are really important because it’s not super, super common cancer but it’s not super, super rare and the sooner you find it, the easier it is to get rid of,” the Mank star — who shares daughter Nina, 5, and a son, 21 months, with husband Thomas Sadoski — explained on Wednesday. “Some vets do and some vets do not perform rectal exams, [so]Ask your vet to do a rectal exam at each checkup [if they can].”

She concluded her social media message: “It’s true, do it, it’s really important. … Congratulations, Finny!”

Seyfried — who wed the 46-year-old Life in Pieces alum in March 2014 — also shared a sweet snap with Finn post-chemo as they both wore party hats. “He did it — done,” she captioned her Story post.

The Pennsylvania native’s canine companion has long been a special fixture in her life.

“I actually met [Finn]On the set of Big Love, he was like this big and he looked like a bear,” she recalled during a June 2016 appearance on the Today show. “There were two puppies available from this guy that was a day player on the show, and so, we took them home and I’m like, ‘I’m going to find a home for him, it’s going to be great.’ I took him home … and then I fell in love with him 24 hours into it.”

She added at the time: “Now I’m just obsessed and I’m just so in love with him [and]I hate being far from him. It’s the best thing in the world, I mean, he changed my life and I don’t remember my life before him.”

Seyfried, Sadoski, and Finn have also added to their brood, along with many other animals, including horses and goats, as well as dogs and turtles.

“I get up, I feed the animals,” the Dear John During an August 2020 appearance, actress recalls her daily routine. John Molner’s Molner’s Table series. “I recently really trained Tommy, my husband, to be able to feed [them.]He is now able to do all things. He can do everything.”

Seyfried continued: “I live on a farm. It’s what I’ve always wanted! This is it! [coronavirus] pandemic especially, we’ve been able to just stay. We don’t even get on the train and go [into]The city. … And you know what? Our family is still intact. I definitely think my marriage is, like, even stronger.”

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