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~Any Natural Cures for Fatty Canine Tumors~

 
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My dog has a fatty canine tumor. that seems to be growing.

Any natural cures?
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My dog has a fatty canine tumor. that seems to be growing.

Any natural cures?
 Quoting: arosebyanyothername


Don't know but there may be a preventative measure.

A vet told me that igloo (or any plastic) dog house is one of the causes of these tumors.
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baking soda and maple syrup..

at least for humans
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My dog has had no exposure to anything like this.

He has Atkinson's disease and has recently developed lockjaw after receiving vaccinations.
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baking soda and maple syrup..

at least for humans
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Does it work for dogs?
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baking soda and maple syrup..

at least for humans


Does it work for dogs?
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don't know honestly..i would spend some time researchng alternative cures on the net..

i wouldn't want to steer anyone wrong...

hope your dog gets better!!!
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Thank you, I have looked into alternative treatments and maple syrup and baking soda did not turn up. But, I will search further. It seems like it wouold be innocuous to canines, but, what do I know.
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Have you thought of looking into MMS (miracle mineral supplement) and DMSO?

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Yes, it's been around for years. It's called :

VETERINARIAN. I here it works wonders !
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My veterinarian said to make a decision now to remove or not to remove. It's a fatty tumor. I'm not stupid. The tumor was tested as a fatty tumor.I just am looking for an alternative cure, if anyone has one.

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Shamelessly bumping for help.

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Shamelessly bumping for help.
 Quoting: arosebyanyothername

One of my shelties has one behind her right foreleg. The vet said not to worry about it unless it starts to grow or affect her mobility. She's had it for 7 years now.
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baking soda and maple syrup..

at least for humans


Does it work for dogs?
 Quoting: arosebyanyothername


Try it - it can't hurt.
And also put about a 1/2 teaspoon of the baking soda on its water.
Make sure it is mixed with the water.
It will make the dog's system alkaline and help kill the tumor.
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d not give it any more fatty meat in his diet. Use Very small portion of lamb and rice with dry dog food might work better and use a choped garlic clove in his food with teaspoon of olive oil . garlic can burn if olive oil is not used .
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how old is this dog? Many older dogs wind up with tumors.My vet said disturbing it sometimes activates them further,so you are looking in the right direction.
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My dog has had no exposure to anything like this.

He has Atkinson's disease and has recently developed lockjaw after receiving vaccinations.
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Interesting. I know humans can get lockjaw, but after researching your claim, there were no lockjaw side effects from vaccinations in pets. I'll post the link if I can find it again.

In any case, most fatty tumors are caused by overweight pets. Our dog had one the size of a grape fruit. There are no alternative medications to get rid of them. They just happen. We had to have our dogs removed because he kept scratching at it, and it burst open. It would have gotten infected had we left it alone after he scratched it open. It's nothing to have them removed. Depends on where they are, and how big they are. It's a simple procedure.

But, no baking soda and maple syrup are not going to get rid of a fatty tumor in your dog. I would say keep an eye on it, and if it needs to be removed, remove it, as I said depends on where it is, whether it can be left alone or not.
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Your pet needs to be under the care of the best "seasoned" Vet in your area. Best to find older Vet with some large animal background, such as horses, farm animals, since they have best experience in what your describing.

For any serious condition such as MRSA and like, buy a pack of 30 ALLICIN / 180 mg each. Can be found on net, sells for around $24.00 plus shipping. Animals 10-40 lbs., give AM & PM one capsule (in cheese or treat) twice daily. 40 lbs. to 70 lbs. Give same, but three times daily. Over 70 lbs. give four capsules, 1 every four hours.
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baking soda and maple syrup..

at least for humans


Does it work for dogs?
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No, you dont feed a tumor sugar.
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baking soda and maple syrup..

at least for humans


Does it work for dogs?



No, you dont feed a tumor sugar.
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Exactly. Especially since animals are also prone to diabetes, and the fatty tumors are caused from being overweight.

I'm real curious as to why people think baking soda is the cure all to everything. All I know it does is take the smell out of your refrigerator, and used for cooking sometimes.
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Do a Search with Shirley's Wellness Cafe for "Dog Tumors". There are several articles:

[link to www.shirleys-wellness-cafe.com]
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I'm on my second yellow lab to have them, both females.

On the first one, it was on the inside of her thigh. We waited maybe 4 or 5 years and it started growing fast and began to interfere with her gait (sp) (walking). So we had it removed but it was kind of embedded into the muscle layer by then and it did cost around a thousand dollars and hurt her like hell to recover.

My current lab has two, one on her back and another on her chest. They've grown slightly over the last year from when I got here 3.5 years ago, but are golf-ball sized now. I'm going to wait a bit before removing them just because I'm cheap! But when they have to go, they have to go.

Maybe your vet could try a needle aspiration of the fat cells from the tumor encasement? That might be experimental - liposuction for a dog, lol. Just a thought.

Best wishes.

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Thank you all for your responses. GLP is such a great sounding board, and a great place to find unusual information, and rebuttals to them.

Thank you, again.
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I hagve a Basset and she has many of these. Bassets are prone to them I guess. I feel them every day. I also make sure they are encapsulated and that they freely move and are not atached to any surrounding tissue. My vet says as long as they don't grow they are OK. They do have a chance of turning maslignant but they usually don't.

The one I worry about the most is the one in her throat. It is the size of a golf ball. She has had it for about 3 years and it has never grown. It doesn't seem to bother her. I don't want to remove it because the throat is so vascular I am afraid the vet will screw up and she will bleed to death.

If you do find something please post it. DOgs don't have the same PH as people so I am not sure baking soda will help for this.
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baking soda and maple syrup..

at least for humans


Does it work for dogs?



No, you dont feed a tumor sugar.
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The tumor attracts the sugar, bringing the baking soda with it, the baking soda kills the cancer.
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what does your dog eat? Is it overweight? I'd look at preventing anymore.
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Depending on size and location, I take care of them the ole' country way.

Once it's about the size of a marble, or a little smaller, I wrap a rubber band around it. Doesn't hurt, and dries up and falls off, along with the rubber band.

For extra precaution...as goofy as this sounds..but many old farmers swear by this for many reasons, I also do NOT do "by the light of the moon" as they say. I do know one farmer from Nebraska who balked at his father telling him to wait to castrate his pigs until the dark of the moon, because the pigs would swell up, not be able to urinate and die.

He pooed-pooed his father and did it anyways. And all 200+ pigs swelled up and died.

So from them on...he took on his fathers tradition..nothing by the light of the moon and never lost another pig.
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baking soda and maple syrup..

at least for humans


Does it work for dogs?



No, you dont feed a tumor sugar.

The tumor attracts the sugar, bringing the baking soda with it, the baking soda kills the cancer.
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Just to expand, the cells of the body recognize the tumour as "new growth" and sends the surgar there...same as if you have a wound anywhere and are healing. Surgar goes there first too. This is how they do cancer tests..the liquid used for imaging in cancer tests contains this, and shows up where the surgar has gathered. Then they have to determine if that spot or spots is a tumour, or new growth from healing. That is why they won't do cancer tests if surgery has just been completed, etc. Have to wait until no wounds of any kind that known of.
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Try this chemical.
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Try a poultice made of yarrow and shavegrass.
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baking soda and maple syrup..

at least for humans


Does it work for dogs?



No, you dont feed a tumor sugar.

The tumor attracts the sugar, bringing the baking soda with it, the baking soda kills the cancer.
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Sugar is TERRIBLE for dogs. It can kill them. You should never give your dog sugar, especially chocolate.
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Fatty tumor is a term meaning NOT cancer cell tumor.

My dog developed one where the vet had given a vaccination, down her back and on her side, I remember the shot because it was not in the usual place.

Within 6 months a lump formed, he tested and found fat. The dog was not overweight by any means.

I have read that they can be 'drained', but it may take several times before they stop coming back, or they may keep coming back forever.

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