View Full Version : any info on treating dogs with cancer ??
06-26-2010, 02:00 PM
just found out my friend a canine cops sheppard has cancer ,
wondering if any info on treatment ??
06-27-2010, 01:57 PM
I would immediately start on a raw food diet for the dog. I don't really know of any treatment but 70% raw meat with bones, 20% fruits and veggies, broken down with food processor or blender, 10% organ meat. Suppliment flax seed..ground, fish oil, alfalfa powder and apple cider vinegar..raw.
06-27-2010, 02:03 PM
one thing i can pass along to dog owners is last week i was with my
friends dogs and they loved my raw almonds
and as we know almonds are alkalizing so im thinking almond milk / almonds to help de acify in effort to eliminate the cancerous cells
im also thinking wheat grass juice in water as dogs always eat grass plus its alkalzing
06-27-2010, 02:47 PM
That sounds good to me! :)
06-27-2010, 07:24 PM
You are probably heading in the right direction... just be sure to keep the dog as meat eater in mind when supplementing raw. There are some very good raw sites for dogs so check them out. Just don't go raw vegan when dealing with animals.
06-27-2010, 07:40 PM
my friends a totally into it 25 years of experience canine cop thats completely up to date on everything dogs from the establishments point of veiw , he feeds his
dogs once a day some type dry grain based food which he adds things to sometimes .
and im sure hes already got a game plan as made by his vets plus his opnions and it wont be anywhere near a raw vegan plan as he being a heavy duty s.a.d. eater thinks my diets lame :D
im just hoping to get him to add some things that may help
but i always see people say dogs need meat and believe i can prove them wrong if i wanted to have a dog , but ive no experience in tending to any type critter so i wonder why everyone says they need meat . what happens to vegan dogs ???
06-27-2010, 08:57 PM
I don't know if that will help but he has a book on raw for dog's and I was reading some excerpts from it online about the dog's digestive tract. Hope it helps. His books are listed on that page.
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