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post #12 of 121 (permalink) Old 01-01-2009, 06:11 PM
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Re: Cancer and Dogs

Here is a link for a home cooked diet that is recommended on our Oncolgy Hospital website:

http://www.cvsangelcare.com/html/ac_cancerdiet.htm
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Re: Cancer and Dogs

<span style="color: #3333FF"> CANCER LINKS: <u> </u> </span>

http://www.eattheapple.com/ginger/ - personal account of dog living and
thriving
because of diet and supplements for years AFTER the diagnosis Hemangiosarcoma

"Essiac® for Pets" - Official Information Site from Resperin Canada
http://www.essiacforpets.com

Cancer in the Canine
http://www.labbies.com/cancerintro.htm

Cancer Links A-Z Index
http://www.cancerlinks.com/cancerlinks_A-Z.html

Cancer Support - Herbal Treatments
http://www.herbal-treatments.com.au/cancer_support.asp

Cancer in Pets: What Pet Owners Should Know
http://www.applesforhealth.com/PetHealth/canp3.html

This link also provides Vets who treat cancer.
Canine Cancer Links & Info: "Not Necessarily a Death Sentence"
http://www.dogpack.com/health/CanineCancer.html

CaninesInCrisis.com - Cancer & Other Serious Ailments
http://www.caninesincrisis.org/

Dr. Gloria Dodd: Cancer and Autoimmune Syndrome
http://www.holisticvetpetcare.com/ca...autoimmune.htm
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Feline & Canine Cancer Links
http://www.thensome.com/petcancer.htm

Flaxseed & Cancer
http://www.eattheapple.com/flaxseedlinks.htm

M. D. Anderson Cancer Center's Complementary/Integrative Medicine
Education Resources (CIMER) Web site (Human)
http://www.mdanderson.org/departments/cimer/

Great link with recipes.
Natural Preventatives to Treating Cancer
http://www.purelypets.com/articles/treatingcancer.htm

Supplements
http://www.b-naturals.com/by-condition-cancer-c-23_8

Onco Link Vet: "So Your Pet Has Cancer"
http://www.oncolink.com/templates/ty...s=69&ss=545&id
=5996

PetEducation.com: Causes of Solid-Appearing Lumps & Bumps on the Skin
http://www.peteducation.com/article....&articleid=424

Shirley's Wellness Cafe: "Alternative & Complimentary Therapies for
Animals with Cancer"
http://www.shirleys-wellness-cafe.com/animal_cancer.htm

The Saga of Sander, The Sheltie
http://rhallenbeck.tripod.com/sander.html

Vitamin C and the Treatment of Cancer
http://www.vitamincfoundation.org/mega_1_1.html#NULL

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BOOKS

"Pets Living With Cancer: A Pet Owner's Resource" by Robin Downing
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/AS...24495314/ref=s
r_11_0_1/103-6284769-0519047

Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine, Principles and
Practice" By Allen Schoen, DVM and Susan Wynn, DVM
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/AS...13808588/sr=1-
4/ref=sr_1_4/002-9432430-7648004

"Herbal Medicine, Healing, and Cancer : A Comprehensive Program for
Prevention and Treatment" By Donald R. Yance
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/AS...e_pethealth/00
2-9432430-7648004

"Why Is Cancer Killing Our Pets?: How You Can Protect and Treat Your
Animal Companion" By Deborah Straw
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/AS...14145739/sr=1-
1/ref=sr_1_1/002-9432430-7648004

Pet Care Books by Caroline D. Levin, RN
http://www.petcarebooks.com/

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VETERINARIANS, ORGANIZATIONS:

American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM)
http://www.acvim.org/

Holistic Vets
http://www.ahvma.org/

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CANINE CANCER DISCUSSION GROUP:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/canine_cancer/


<span style="color: #3333FF"> I also have a Canine and Cancer E-Book that I can e-mail to you. Just PM me your address.</span>


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Re: Cancer and Dogs

Tumeric/Curcumin(and other natural things) and Cancer:

http://www.psa-rising.com/eatingwell/turmeric.htm

http://www.healingcancernaturally.com/nutrition3.html

http://www.naturalnews.com/002604.html

http://drmiggy.com/2007/12/11/curcum...reatic-cancer/

http://food-facts.suite101.com/artic...ts_of_turmeric

http://www.goldbamboo.com/relate-tl1732-tr6421.html

http://www.thepowerhour.com/curcumin/Turmeric.pdf

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Re: Cancer and Dogs

Thank you Jazzstorm for all the links, and for posting them so the addresses are all printed out. Anyone interested in these, should also save the page, in case our stickies get lost, as they have in the past. If you go to Topic Options and then Print Topic, you can save the page in a much simpler format.


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Here's a link to that E-Book Jazzstorm --

Diagnosis: Cancer, A Resource Guide For Pet Owners
http://www.perseusfoundation.org/new...ner/index.cfm#
(click on View Full Story at the bottom of the page)


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Adding the link to the thread:

Is chemo worth it?
http://www.germanshepherds.com/forum...e=0#Post928930


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tagamet has some powerful anticancer activity:

http://www.second-opinions.co.uk/cimetidine.html

http://www.lef.org/magazine/mag2007/...etidine_01.htm

http://www.lef.org/magazine/mag2002/...tidine_01.html

http://www.townsendletter.com/FebMar...cancer0207.htm


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We lost our dusty at the age of 12 due to cancer in the palate of his mouth and then it ate through to his brain. im still not sure what kind of cancer it was. that month was a blurr to me. it just happend so quick.

he was fine one day the next day he had cancer and we kept him around for little over a month due to selfishness on our own behalf ...its hard when you loose one but when you have to see them suffer with this awful disease its rough.

one thing about it though, we were going to do the chemo/radiation but like the vet explained to us, he was older and we do the chemo/radiation it might work and it might not. so after learning that his was ver aggressive we decided not to do that part. we were going to have to end him off to a school in louisville that specialized in the study of cancer and it was going to cost alot of money and we just couldnt do that.

i have lost family memebers to cancer and to me its no different as far as the disease it self from human to animals. it acts the same. the one theory about the pesticide and things like that. im not disagreeing because it could possibly be but dusty was never around things like that. not even as a pup (he was born to me).

I think it just happens, just like when people who have never smoked in there entire life gets cancer of the lungs. i think its in the air from chemicals and things like that and not to mention in our genes. who knows what it is caused from!

i do know its a disease that is one of the most awfulest things to have to see someone or an animal go through. its awful!!!!

as far as having them spayed or neautured i have heard and read that having them fixed helps there chances of prostate and colon cancer. we had duke fixed but that was just in nov and he was way over the age of 6 months. i know i just dont want any of my animals to have to go through it again...its horrible

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Hi, I need some advice. I have a 6 mos old GSD. He is healthy and active and not showing any signs of pain. Two months, I felt a hard lump between his shoulder and neck. I asked the vet and he told me to keep an eye on it. Its the size of a golf ball and its hard and does not move. Some days it seems to be bigger then others. Sometime I have a hard time finding it and then its there! My vet told us on Saturday that it is Osteosarcomo. He suggest just letting the dog live out its life because regardless of what I do he will die from this anyway. He also said that removing the lump will only make the cancer spread to his lungs faster. I am devastated but I am having a hard time accepting that my 6 month old GSD has had Osteosarcoma since he was 4 months old. I have searched and searched and I have been trying to find anything to let me believe that it is not cancer. The doctor said it is too hard to be a lymph node. Everything that I have read said the youngest known age to have this is 2 years? I think he has a secondary yeast infection right now from antibiotics that I had him on for ear infection. He has been itching and has a small spot on his head that was crusty. Has anyone experienced anything like this?

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