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Over the last few months, I have had several people tell me their pets have cancer. While this news made me cry, I also wanted to see what it is I could do to try to help battle it and ease their pain.

Holistic options to prevent canine cancer

Holistic options to prevent canine cancer

I immediately started to pull information from articles I have already written and some other information I have not yet touched on from articles written by multiple veterinarians, other popular natural dog websites and my favorite holistic vet.

Below I’ll share the years worth of research I gathered to help keep your pet as healthy as possible.

*Please note any information I share is not meant to treat or diagnose your pet and should be discussed with your personal veterinarian to decide what’s appropriate. If your vet is not open to alternative modalities, there are several holistic vets in Carlsbad, Escondido, and San Diego.

Here we go!

Reduce toxic exposure to lower your pet’s cancer risk

This is 1 of the top 2 top suggestions I have read from other vets. Why? Your pet is exposed to toxins every day in various ways. Some possibilities include your pet bowls, vaccines, chemicals from tap water, vaccines, non-stick coating off-gassing from your oven or other cookware, cleaning supplies, flea & tick preventatives, weed killer, bug spray, stain protectant on your furniture and chemicals in your mattress or dog bed.

Chemicals can have an effect on their organs. Since skin is considered an organ, anything they touch gets absorbed into their bloodstream. Additionally, when your pet grooms themselves, they could be ingesting these chemicals. The good news is there are safer alternatives to many of these products, some which I have listed in other blogs or on my pet products page. 

Alternative treatment options for dog cancer

1) 2nd opinion: One of the holistic vets I follow sent his client to an oncologist, they said yes it’s cancer. The client got a 2nd opinion and was told the bump was non-cancerous.

2) Pet Chiropractic: In this docu-series, they said your spine plays a role in your health. One cancer survivor had 6 inches of his spine that was affecting his adrenals. He used chiropractic care as part of his treatment and is now cancer free.

For some, this may sound a little out there but I can say I know a dog’s spine effects them in various ways. If I hadn’t seen it with my own dog, I’m not sure I would have believed myself. He had the start of an ear infection, I had him adjusted once and it went away. Years later he had a tiny poop accident when getting up. After 1-2 chiropractic sessions, he was no longer having “accidents.”

3) Pet Cannabis: In one of the episodes of the above docuseries some people beat their cancer when including cannabis as part of their regime. On YouTube, I found one family who bought cannabis oil for their dog and she is free of bone cancer. Here is the youtube video. In the video and comments, you’ll find answers to questions many people have such as the type of cannabis oil they used and what was the dosage amount.

In regards to pet specific products, there is a company that has Cannabis for dogs, cats, and horses. It comes in treats, capsules and in liquid form. If your pet is not eating regularly or dislikes taking pills, the liquid form may be a good option for you to use with your pet! 

A few quick facts about this cannabis pet product:

One story I found encouraging was Chumley’s testimonial. Chumley had surgery twice and the vet told his pet parent it would likely come back. As another tumor started, Chumley’s pet parent put him back on this product and within weeks his tumor went away. Three years later he is still doing well.

In part two, I will cover various food, spices, and herbs known to prevent cancer. If your dog has a lipoma (benign lump), I will share how I was able to shrink my dog’s lipoma!

*Don’t see a product you are looking for? See if it is listed on my resource /pet products page. If not, let me know in the comment below.

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2 Responses to “Holistic approach to canine cancer”

  1. Amy says:

    The 3 herbal remedies you listed for shrinking tumors are those to be used all together? Also if I get those can I also give my dog the cannapet product? I know you are not a vet I will still be consulting my vet but curious if you used these things for your dog altogether or separately and also saw shrinking tumors. our 16 year old beagle has a giant tumor- not cancerous- on his neck and the vet will not operate due to it being attached to the muscle.

    I have found some hope in this website
    Thank you

    • Happy Trails & Wag'n Tails says:

      I did all the herbals, supplements, foods to eat and foods not eat to shrink his benign tumor (lipoma). I did not use the hemp product to accomplish shrinking his lipoma. I’m so glad you found this helpful and thank you for sharing that.

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