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Dog with cancer 08 Apr 2015 20:34 #49509

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Hi, everyone!
We just adopted a shelter dog less than 2 wks ago. They shelter had a lump removed at their vet right before we took her home. The biopsy came out positive and she has cancer. I'm making bone broth from the Easter ham bone right now and I'm going to start her on 1 drop -see how she does and then another 1 drop/hr for the rest of today. Tomorrow I'll probably ramp to 2 drops. She is an Aussie shep/border collie. I just lost my Golden to cancer one year ago as of next week.
I hope to give a good home till whatever happens. They told me all was clear when they removed the tumor, but the shelter got the results last week and didn't inform me. I could have already had her on mms.
I thought of giving her the tablets, but they have to be taken with water, don't they?
Thanks for your help.

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Dog with cancer 08 Apr 2015 22:48 #49511

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Hello!
Tablets have to be taken with a lot of water and some people still have trouble with them. Check this link out. My dog also had a tumor. Hopefully, it will help you as well.

g2cforum.org/index.php/list/animal-condi...ed-tumor-almost-gone
Hoping the best for you!
Denise
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Dog with cancer 09 Apr 2015 20:40 #49512

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Thank you, Denise.
So far today she's taken 10 drops in bone broth with no problems.

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Dog with cancer 09 Apr 2015 21:10 #49514

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I am guessing that is 2 drops every couple hours or so?

I can't remember how far I got up with Lady. She too was a border/aussie mix. She was a good girl for sure.

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Yes, 2 drop doses. So, I guess I need to do 16 drops/day total for 3 wks. and hopefully she'll be clear. I'm also going to give her a grain free/low carb food, if I can find one I can afford and also give her cod liver oil at night.
I like homeopathic remedies and the vet that did her surgery told me about Life Gold. I guess a couple of her patients did well on it.

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Lady was about 35-40 lbs. She worked up to 10 drops and 10 ounces water every 2 hours. It took a little while to get her to that point. At times I couldn't increase it and later on could increase it 1/2 a drop at a time.

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Dog with cancer 09 Apr 2015 22:57 #49517

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Daisy just had 12 drops total. I was going to do protocol 1. Are you saying I need to do 10/hr instead? They said she was clear after the lump was removed. So, right now I'm not dealing with any lumps. The Dr told me this type comes back, but she didn't know when. I haven't talked to my own vet, yet, but he was faxed the results.

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No, I just chose to do every 2 hours for 10 hours.

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Ok, I misunderstood you.
Thank you.
I remember taking the 15 drops 2x/day! Just could never bring myself to get that third one in there.

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