Cancer in Dogs

Amazing Treatment for Cancer In Dogs

The dreaded disease that every dog owner does not want to hear about is cancer. Unfortunately, if the diagnosis is one of the many types of cancers which are lurking out there, we best are armed with all the ammunition we have, to help our ailing best friend. Our wonderful and loving companions are not with us long enough and so anything we can do to help them live healthier and longer lives is a bonus.

One type of treatment which has been used on animals as well as humans is called bloodroot (Sanguinaria Canadensis) salves, or black salves. These are far more inexpensive than regular treatments which involve chemotherapy or radiation. These treatments are best administered by a qualified veterinarian, because they can be frightening and ungentle in their effectiveness.

Traditional black salves are made with zinc chloride and this can burn the skin. However, there is a product called Neoplasene, manufactured at Black Mountain Botanicals in Montana that is unlike those that are caustic. They use the zinc chloride to make an ionic solvent which extracts the bloodroot alkaloids. The end result is a product which has been modified in such a way that it causes the diseased tissue to self-destruct, leaving the healthy tissue intact.

There are four types of Neoplasene products: one is a salve for topical applications, another one is an oral, and two types for intravenous or injection use. The results of using these products are far beyond what anyone could imagine. There have been many clinically documented cases of histiocytosis, sarcoma, melanoma, osteosarcoma, mammary tumors, and malignant liposarcoma, mixed cell chest tumors, fibrosarcoma, papilliferous cystadenocinoma, nerve sheath tumors, and spindle cell carcinoma, all being cured. These  clinically documented cases can be found in Neoplasene’s guide.

Some dogs get immediate results and some don’t. If a tumor is very advanced and aggressive, a topical salve is best. The type of treatment depends on the kind of cancer, its stage of growth and its location. If an oral treatment has been used and there are no immediate results, switch to a topical, which gives instant results. Usually your vet will administer multiple treatments at 7 to 14 day intervals.

The injectable or intravenous version of Neoplasene can sometimes be too caustic for the animal. There has been reports of anaphylactic reactions occurring; all the more reason to have your vet help with the regime. Despite the possible adverse reaction, the most common side effect is nausea. In my ebook I explain all the different methods and treatments on how we can help our dogs with cancer.Download the Ultimate Rehabilitation & Physiotherapy Guide for Dogs

Many tumors have all healed and regressed to nothing. It is used widely in the United States and Canada, and is a most affordable and effective therapy for treating cancer. There are numerous vets who use this product and it is only sold to them. So if you are in need of an alternative cancer treatment for your beloved pet, check out the amazing wonders of this herbal product. It by far outweighs the cost and side effects of traditional treatments of chemotherapy and radiation. When our best friend’s life is on the line, we need to help however we can. For dogs with cancer, this is truly a miracle.

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4 Responses to Cancer in Dogs

  • Lynda Moon says:

    My dog has a growth on the left side of his mouth, which is right on his lip. I beleive that this is cancer because my other dog died of this very same growth on her lip only a year after having it removed.
    This time I’ve deceided to try to help my dog myself.
    I think I need the black save to put on his lip where the growth is.
    Can you help me?
    Thank you for this information.

  • helga says:

    Lynda, I’m sorry to hear of your dog having this growth on her lip. The Neoplasene is manufactored at Black Mountain Botanicals in Montana. To my knowledge it is only available to vets. I would highly recommend you go to a Holistic Vet and ask for what the best course of treament is for your dog. This is something that could be serious or might just be a benign growth. I feel we need to embrace all possible methods of treatment if our beloved dog has cancer. Supporting and building up their immune system is equally important when faced with a possibility of cancer. I urge you to see a Holistic Vet and wish you the best for your dog.

  • Linda Fairchild says:

    my dog has had surgery for epulis, melanoma of the gums it grew bacck in 4 weeks
    they want to do a second surgery which would remove bone all the way back to molars on top
    please help with any information
    this sounds very painful difficult recovery for what kind of life?
    thanks you

  • helga says:

    Hi Linda,
    I am so sorry to hear of your dog’s condition! This type of cancer is worse if it is located in the upper jaw and further back to the throat area. Unfortunately the melanoma can spread further if located there. From my knowledge, surgery does have a good outcome, but the chances it has spread beyond there to the lymph nodes is a factor to consider. This is a very personal decision you will have to decide upon with your beloved dog. Is there anyway you can potentially see a holistic vet and see if alternative treatments can be used to either halt the spread further, gain more quality time with your dog, and possibly keep the cancer at bay for some time? I have heard of Chinese herbal remedies that have put certain cancers in remission. Look at all your options that will either include surgery or without the surgery. I wish you the best of luck and hope for a good outcome where you have many more years with your dog!

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