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WARNING: Gut tumors in dogs (fukishima?)

 
Leafie
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WARNING: Gut tumors in dogs (fukishima?)
I had a dog die two months ago do to a gut tumor(on the kidney). The vet tried to remove the tumor but could not.

I have his brother here and he has lost 20 lbs and has not been feeling great so i took him to the vet today, gut tumor.

The vet said something, "i have seen allot of kidney and gut tumors lately".

The two dogs are brothers and have a sister that have had outward growths before fukishima. So it may be genetic, but does not reconcile the vet dealing with a recent surge in gut tumors.
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12/30/2011 03:48 PM
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Re: WARNING: Gut tumors in dogs (fukishima?)
The vet also stated that the tumors vary in their matter. She showed me the x-ray of one dog that entire gut was full of growth, and made mostly of liquid.
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12/30/2011 03:52 PM
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Re: WARNING: Gut tumors in dogs (fukishima?)
I had a dog die two months ago do to a gut tumor(on the kidney). The vet tried to remove the tumor but could not.

I have his brother here and he has lost 20 lbs and has not been feeling great so i took him to the vet today, gut tumor.

The vet said something, "i have seen allot of kidney and gut tumors lately".

The two dogs are brothers and have a sister that have had outward growths before fukishima. So it may be genetic, but does not reconcile the vet dealing with a recent surge in gut tumors.
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What state do you live in?
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Re: WARNING: Gut tumors in dogs (fukishima?)
I had a dog die two months ago do to a gut tumor(on the kidney). The vet tried to remove the tumor but could not.

I have his brother here and he has lost 20 lbs and has not been feeling great so i took him to the vet today, gut tumor.

The vet said something, "i have seen allot of kidney and gut tumors lately".

The two dogs are brothers and have a sister that have had outward growths before fukishima. So it may be genetic, but does not reconcile the vet dealing with a recent surge in gut tumors.
 Quoting: Leafie


What state do you live in?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7794974


Georgia
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12/30/2011 04:11 PM
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Re: WARNING: Gut tumors in dogs (fukishima?)
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12/30/2011 04:22 PM
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Re: WARNING: Gut tumors in dogs (fukishima?)
i lost my buddy of 10 yrs.,due too a huge stomach tumor.i had the same thougts.after talking with friends in the same situation.we came up with the radiation didnt help,but more likely the crap gmo in his food,and the FLOURIDE in the water did him in.either way dead is dead.in memory of ellis dee 12-25-00 - 6-8-11.
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12/30/2011 06:52 PM
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Re: WARNING: Gut tumors in dogs (fukishima?)
My sister's dog (a Portuguese Waterdog) was "put down" about a month ago after they found he had cancer-of-the-everything. He was only 7. They didn't even know he was sick until he stopped eating completely. That's when they took him for a check-up and x-rays revealed he was full of tumors. They couldn't do anything for him. Had it been up to me, I would have let him live until he was ready to go on his own, but it wasn't my decision. My sister was diagnosed with a fast-growing breast tumor a few months before that.


Everyone and everything will be getting cancerous mutations over the next 10 years -- that is, everyone except the elite with their secret 'silver bullet'.
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Re: WARNING: Gut tumors in dogs (fukishima?)
My sister's dog (a Portuguese Waterdog) was "put down" about a month ago after they found he had cancer-of-the-everything. He was only 7. They didn't even know he was sick until he stopped eating completely. That's when they took him for a check-up and x-rays revealed he was full of tumors. They couldn't do anything for him. Had it been up to me, I would have let him live until he was ready to go on his own, but it wasn't my decision. My sister was diagnosed with a fast-growing breast tumor a few months before that.


Everyone and everything will be getting cancerous mutations over the next 10 years -- that is, everyone except the elite with their secret 'silver bullet'.
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By the way -- this is in Nova Scotia, Canada, if anyone's keeping track of where the tumors are proliferating.
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12/30/2011 07:20 PM
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Re: WARNING: Gut tumors in dogs (fukishima?)
chinese imported dogfood....loaded with dangerous chemicals. melamine, etc...feed your animals real food. many dogs will eat veggies. mine LOVE celery, carrots, n almost everything. dogs weren't mean to eat that shit.
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12/30/2011 07:40 PM
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Re: WARNING: Gut tumors in dogs (fukishima?)
How many rods an tennisballs are there and eh when are they worked out with water?
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12/30/2011 10:40 PM

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Re: WARNING: Gut tumors in dogs (fukishima?)
Might be a local issue. Somebody dumping toxins?
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12/30/2011 11:34 PM
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Re: WARNING: Gut tumors in dogs (fukishima?)
What is the clinical name for "gut tumors"?

My dog died a year ago from hermangiosarcoma which was described to me by her vet as an aggressive form of canine cancer.
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12/30/2011 11:40 PM
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Re: WARNING: Gut tumors in dogs (fukishima?)
Sorry folks but cancer in dogs is as common as cancer in us. Some breeds are more disposed to it than others and bloodlines in the same way.

It is a bit early for radiation to cause cancer in animals at this point, especially that far to the east......... not saying it is not possible, could be, but not likely.

My wife works at a vet clinic and cancer in dogs is SO COMMON it is quite sad, but it has been going on long before Fukushima.

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