Table of Contents
- QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Apple Cider Vinegar, Budwig Protocol
- Apple Cider Vinegar, Essiac Tea
- Baking Soda, DMSO
- Bone Cancer Remedies
- Budwig Protocol
- Castor Oil
- Dog With Lymphoma
- Elastrator Ring
- Essiac Tea
- Essiac Tea, Diet
- Essiac Tea, Flaxseed and Cottage Cheese
- Essiac Tea, Supplements, Grinded Apricot Kernel
- Fibrosarcoma Remedies
- Flaxseed Oil and Cottage Cheese
- General Feedback
- Ginger and Lymphatic Leukemia
- Himalayan Salts
- Hydrogen Peroxide
- Lymphoma Cancer Remedies
- Milk Thistle, Reishi Mushroom, Rooibos Tea
- Multiple Remedies
- Ozone Blood Replacement Therapy
- Remedies Needed
- Spindle Cell Cancer
- T-Cell Lymphoma Remedies
- Ted's Remedies
- Vitamin C
Last Modified on Apr 17, 2014
Cancer can afflict and be just as miserable an illness for our pets as it is for us. No one wants to see her cat or dog suffer so. Fortunately, some natural remedies exist to help prevent cancer among pets, treat cancer symptoms, and hopefully bring about a cancer remission and shrink tumors away.
Signs of Cancer in Pets: If you notice a sudden loss of weight and/or appetite, abnormal growths, blood in the feces or urine, or bad odors in your pet you should take it to a vet to have it tested for cancer before pursuing a natural cancer remedy.
Natural Pet Cancer Cures: Hydrogen peroxide, apple cider vinegar, essiac tea, turmeric, and some other cancer remedies that have been applied to human health have shown some promise in treating cancer among pets as well. The Budwig Diet, likewise, is sometimes tried to help reverse tumor growth. Astragalus, reishi mushrooms, and milk thistle are often prescribed to improve immune function and reduce tumor size in dogs and cats with cancer.
Apple Cider Vinegar
06/10/2013: Lorna from Kalama Ea: "Wanted to email one of the people on your website but couldn't find their email when I pushed their text. Was told by the vet my cat has a growth that's cancerous. What can you tell me about apple cider vinegar? I don't know how much to give him, I really need to know. Please get back to me soon. Thank you. Lorna"Replies
06/11/2013: Om Sairam from Hope, B.c., Canada replies: "I would put her right away on Essiac tea by syringe. Apple cider is helpful but not nearly enough. Do your research and see the testimonies. All the best. Om"
11/07/2010: Luis from Lynwood, California: "I HAVE A WHITE PIT BULL THE VET TOLD US THAT HE HAS SKIN CANCER DOES ACV CURE THE SKIN CANCER?"Replies
11/12/2011: Angela from Memphis, Tn replies: "Black Salve for pets cures it."
11/28/2011: Michael from Chicago, Il. Usa replies: "In response to Luis from Lynwood California-Skin cancer can be easily cured by applying and rubbing hydrogen peroxide 3-4 times daily with a Q-tip. I know this because I took off a cancerous mole from myself about 1cm in size. It took around 3 weeks of rubbing. Cancer cells cannot live with oxygen and when hydrogen peroxide is applied it stimulates healing because it contains oxygen cells."
[YEA] 09/21/2007: Hellen from Altamont, NY: "i wrote back in april, about my cat and puppy that had eaten some of the tainted iams canned food. their kidney readings indicated a problem. i told the vet i would treat them myself, come back for a retest in a month. i gave them both water with acv, and colloidal silver through the month. the results for both came back clean..again..acv rules!!"
[YEA] 04/08/2007: Hellen from Altamont, NY: "I am writing to say, i well know the benefits of acv. i am now trying it on my cat, who, unfortunately is the victim of this latest scandalous bout with tainted cat food. i notice him being a bit lethargic during the fall, but assumed it was the winter hibernation mode setting in. i stumbled upon an old empty can of iams cat food that my puppy had hidden, and low and behold, it had the bad magic numbers on it. i took my 11 year old cat for blood work, will get the results tomorrow. my nephew, a cat man, was checking my cat over, and found his liver to be so tender, that my regularly calm cat bit him a bit. i have started my taz on acv, a bit on the lips, a bit in his water, and used an eye dropper full of diluted acv. i am going to watch him for a week, and request a retest. i am so afraid to let the vet give him drugs. i read where the drugs had cured a few animals problems with the liver, but caused problems with the stomach. so, here goes..will write back in a week or so..here is hoping.."Replies
01/27/2008: Deborah from Half Moon Bay, CA replies: "I just found out that my older cat, who was severely poisoned by Iams last recall, has cancer. I found you whaen I was searching for a cure, and noticed a lady named Helen has similar issues. Not only would I like to know more about cures for my furry best friend, I would also be interested in comparing notes with Helen & any others with this horrible situation. Sincerely"
[YEA] 03/03/2007: Karen from Newman Lake, WA: "I have 2 Shelties I love dearly,Dakota and Cheyenne they are 9 years old. Last year we found out Cheyenne had tyroid problems and she was started on medication.At the same time I started adding ACV to her food in mornings only and Dakotas food also on account of his age. The next time Cheyenne had her blood tested she had her medicine decreased,and she is doing great. Then last summer Dakota was very sick and we found out he had colon cancer and maybe 1 to 3 months to live, after we got him better and his infection cleared he has been doing great 8 months later. He is on bladder medication and I give him ACV every morning in his food and we would never know he is sick.I am a firm believer in ACV. My problem is not knowing how much ACV I should be feeding them, they are both around 25 lbs. I also drink ACV daily and I feel very healthy, any info you can send me would be greatly appreciated"
Apple Cider Vinegar, Budwig Protocol
11/06/2011: Csingleton24 from Mandeville, Louisiana, Usa: "I just found out my dog has cancer. I have spent many hours researching the best way to combat this issue. I see that ACV and Budwigs Protocal are highly recommended. My question is can I do both of these at the same time? Also, will there be any reactions with his current meds the vet gave him (antibiotics and steroids)? I am also cutting out all dry foods and grains and will be making his own organic foods (chicken, organs, etc).
Thanks for any and all answers in advance.
Apple Cider Vinegar, Essiac Tea
03/25/2012: Sweetbabelei from Bacoor, Philippines: "Apple cider Vinegar and Essiac Tea for dogs: I'm here looking for something to help my dog. She is 2 and a half year old labrador and was diagnosed with osteosarcoma last January and she's been given 4-6 months to live. Has anyone else tried essiac tea and acv. Can I use these both and how many doses should I give. She's weighting 24 kls now from 32.
I would really appreciate an answer from you. Thanks in advance."Replies
06/12/2012: Lucy from Toronto, On, Canada replies: "I just came back from my Homeopathic vet, and this is what she recommended for my dogs growth which could be cancer.... Essiac Tea twice a day, Vitamin A and D, liquid formula, once a day, and Calcarea Carbonica, once a week till the growth shrinks. We arent going to have a biopsy done, as this can irritate the cancer cells, and cause them to grow. But she said if she does have cancer this is what she recommends. And possibly surgery, since it hasnt gone to other parts of her body. She recommends lightly cooked meat, processed by Rayne. 1/8 teaspoon Tummeric for her 10 lbs, twice a day. Good luck to everyone, and keep your spirits up."
[YEA] 06/12/2012: Lucy from Toronto, On, Canada replies: "My homeopathic vet prescribed Essiac Tea for a possible cancer growth in my dog. They had their own version of it at their clinic, but was happy with the dried loose tea I had.. Not the alcohol base) I forgot to mention to her about the apple cider vinegar but she also said tumeric, 1/8 teaspoon per 10 lbs of body weight was also good. Also vitamin A and D, and a homeopathic remedy ... I mentioned the name, elsewhere in the cancer section here."
12/29/2013: Alina from Ajax,canada replies: "Please, I need urgent a homeopath vet for my 14 yrs old cat, diagnosed with fibrosarcoma from a vaccine. I live in Ajax, Ontario. My e mail alina69macsim (at) yahoo (dot) com."
Baking Soda, DMSO
04/10/2013: Bobbi from Boca Raton, Florida: "What is the protocol for sodium bicarbonate and DMSO for a 17 lb canine with a huge mast cell tumor? She had surgery back in September to remove a tumor. It came back 4 months later. She is on a natural treatment called tumexal but it dose not seen to be helping. I read about a solution fo medical grade sodium bicarbonate and DMSO and how effective it is. Please let me know the strength of the DMSO and the ratio I should directly apply to the tumors. Thank you very much. Bobbi."
Bone Cancer Remedies
[BETTER BUT NOT CURED] 05/15/2013: Ja from Philadelphia, Pa: "My family golden retreiver was kicked by a deer for the second time a few months back. So when the site (joint of her paw) really swelled up, it was thought it was broken or damaged. Our amazing vet, who I refer everyone to, took one look and said "thats not swelling thats bone cancer". I was shocked, literally never expected anything like that. He is always right but I got the x-ray to confirm. Our poor Sadie has been really neglected. The sibling of mine that bought her and is supposed to take her to the vet does not work, is very wealthy, and apparently very selfish. The last time our dog Sadie, had been to the vet, I had to drive my boyfriend to work 40 minutes away so I could use our car, and my brother, my newborn baby, and I took her and paid for her appointment. This time, I had to take the kids I watch with me during work. She is such a good dog and deserves so much better so I am really driven. It has been a week and 2 days since the x-ray has confirmed and Sadie has gone from barely being able to get out to use the bathroom (we had to carry her up and down the stairs) and even crying at times... to running around, looking like a puppy again, and her paw has gone down half the size.
I cut out the dog food and have kept it to tuna, meats, and dark leafy greens. I fed her half a bulb of garlic (she was so ticked at me when the olive oil I disguisd it in gave way), I feed her coconut oil, budwigs everyday a few times a day, avaoado. I think the most important part was following one of Ted's regimens for cancer; aspirin every hour for four hours, vitamin c every hour for 6 hours, and lysine every hour until bed time. The aspirin is only supposed to be done one day every four days. Also garlic pills and turmeric. Hydrogen peroxide and kelp extract on the site of the cancer and internally. She does not like the Apple Cider Vinegar but eats the kelp and hydrogen peroxide off her paw and any drop I spill, and I chalk that up as she knows what she needs and give her more. I really think the aspirin is what helped the most. I am looking for the essiac tea and the ingredients ted recomends specifically for pets. We have an assi market right down the street so maybe they will carry the reishi mushroom, sabah snake grass, etc. ? I also want to try ground up egg shells and castor oil topically. Any more suggestions or success stories, I would be so grateful to hear! ? Thankyou to Ted, Earth clinic, and all the contributors!! : )
In my heart I know that Sadie will beat this (positive thinking) but if God wants her with him, at least she will have gotten to spend the rest of her time being spoiled, well nourished, and in no pain. Will update but wanted to let everyone know there is hope for this agressive cancer."
10/24/2011: Kerstin from Emeryville, Ca, Usa: "In February this year 2011, I had to bring my 8 year old Great Dane to UC Davis emergency and they found a huge mass on his spleen. They did surgery on him and removed his spleen and he was diagnosed with hemangioscarcoma and told me without chemo he would have 19 days to 2 months to live and with chemo 5 to 6 months.
At the time I was in a state of shock and agreed to do chemo but after doing some research and seeing what my poor dog had to go through (5 people holding him down and him crying howling 30 minutes straight!! ) Anyway, long story short, I decided to hell with chemo, I'd rather see him live a quality life for a shorter time than live longer in misery.
When researching the internet I came across "the Budwig Protocol". Basically what it is is Organic Flaxseed Oil (the kind you find in a bottle @ Whole Food's refridgerated section) and Organic Cottage Cheese Lowfat.
I hope you will check in to this because all I know is that it's been 8 months now since my Great Dane was given max 2 months to live and he is doing GREAT!!
Twice a day I give it to him and I will continue doing so all his life. In addition to the cottage cheese and flaxseedoil, I feed him raw meat (chicken turkey necks tripe etc) supplements like Glutamine, Arginine (spelling?), milkthistle, garlic, multi vitamin). What I ABSOLUTELY DO NOT feed him is dryfood, carbohydrates, rice, processed food etc.
I think the reason for his Hemangiosarcoma has to do with genetics and the toxic environment we live in but I blame in particular all the vaccinations that I unfortunately gave him the first years of his life. If I knew then what I know now.. but I didn't.
I have come across a Great Dane breeder who has a litter of puppies that are 4th generation with no vaccinations! That is the way to go! In the meantime I am loving and appreciating every single day that I get to enjoy with my wonderful companion!
Good Luck! Oh by the way, I have started the Budwig Protocol myself to hopefully prevent any future cancer or other desease.
Yes please do your own research! You will not regret it!
12/05/2011: Courtney from Fairhope, Alabama, Usa replies: "Hi Kirsten,
I have a 4 yr. old boxer with same cancer and he has huge tumor on his side, we are using the same protocol but would love to discuss further with you. Many thanks, Courtney"
12/26/2011: Allie from Aurora, Co replies: "Our angel baby, Schugar had this tumor on her spleen too. She left us on 12/10/11.. But I think that it was secondary to another cancer possibly her liver? She was an 8 1/2 yo pug that I loved with my entire being...
She showed no symptoms other than on Nov 16, the inside of her ears were super RED and then a bright red scratch appeared on her tongue and spots followed. The Vet sent us home with Mometamax and told me to pick up some Benadryl in the event she was having allergies. It cleared up, then on 12/02 the spots came back, called the vet and was told to rinse her mouth w/hydrogen peroxide and water & to call on Monday if she did not get better... The spots started to turn black but I took her to the Vet anyway... He thought that maybe she had "Immune Mediated" disease put her on steroids and an antibiotic "in case" she had an infection. No blood draws, no x-rays, nothing. That was on 12/05.. I told hubby that I was giving it until Wed to see improvement and would ask for a referral to a specialist.
I did not see improvement, and a dear friend told me about a vet about 100 miles away. Drove her up on 12/08 (thurs).. She did several tests (and mentioned something about the BROWN tinge in her black fur... ????) She wanted to do an ultrasound as well... Of course, of course! she found the mass on her spleen and her liver looked "mothy"... So we scheduled to have the surgery for the next day. We got home that evening and her back legs got "wobbly" or weak (I might add that she was bruising EVERYWHERE)... So we rushed her to the Emergency Hospital, where we were told about the hemangioscarcoma... So blood transfusions and even some chemo... It was not enough for her poor little body... we said goodbye on 12/10...
HOW DOES THIS START? What could I have done differently??? My heart is shattered... She did have her baby vaccinations but we did not do anything after that until this last January when we lost another pug... I was frantic and had our two remaining puggies given the once over... I also want to add that Schugar had "bad" teeth... I would brush them and even scale them myself, between dental vet cleaning... I think this might have been a sign of illness as well. From Jan to Nov, she lost almost 4 lbs, but was eating well and probably more than usual... I am not a Vet by any stretch but should some of these things been SIGNALS???? ugh!!"
03/05/2012: Catdogmom from Clovis, Nm replies: "Kirsten, I would be curious to know where the info regarding the chemo treatments came from. You mentioned 5 people holding down your dog while he screamed for 30 minutes. In 2005, our Chow mix had anal sac cancer. The tumor was removed surgically and then a regimen of 5 chemo treatments over the course of several months was ordered. We debated over whether or not we should put him through it. Our vet had a wonderful registered vet nurse who explained everything and put us at ease enough to decide that we would try one treatment and see how he reacted, then evaluate if we wanted to progress. He handled the treatment fabulously, so we opted to move forward with the remaining prescribed treatment plan. I would take him in the morning. He would receive a benadryl to help ward off any nausea that could develop and it would already be in his system if he had any allergic reaction. About 45 minutes later, they would start the chemo meds. Those were administered over a period of 45 minutes to an hour. Then he would stay for 2-3 hours after the treatment to be monitored for possible reactions. It didn't require him being held down by anyone and other than the needle stick for the IV, there was no pain or discomfort that would have resulted in him screaming. Trust me, if it were like what you described, he would have NEVER been tolerant of that. The only side effects he experienced from the chemo were some lethargy about the first 24 hours after each treatment and his hair grew in at a slower rate, but did not fall out.
We chose to use western medicine as well as holistic. We felt like that gave us the best of both worlds. We changed his diet and added multiple supplements. His cancer never returned (to our knowledge). His cancer was diagnosed in December 2005 and he completed treatment in April 2006. End stage arthritis was what finally caused us to have to say goodbye."
08/01/2013: Loretta from Benson, N.C.: "My cat had bone cancer, under her chin, could I have used castor oil or was there something I could have done for the cancer?"
Dog With Lymphoma
01/23/2008: M R from Grand Rapids, MI: "We have a 9 yr old dog that has Lymphoma. The inital prognosis is pretty grim and at the moment I'm not sure Chemo is really an option. Has anyone had any success treating their dog with any of the cancer or human lymphoma remedies listed on this site?"Replies
12/03/2008: Daymon from Tombston, Arizona replies: "Cancer is just that CANCER! I have a 4yr old Am. Pitbull Terrier named K.J. Last July I found out he had stage 5 Lymphoma. Over the last 5 months I have researched EVERYTHING I could and I only found one thing that has helped and unfortunately it was chymo! There are a few things you can do at home to help. Make their diet GRAIN FREE!! That is very important! Fish oil, you can buy it at most stores, pop open 2 or 3 jelltab and squirt it onto their food. Its not the best smelling, but its a great source of omega 3! GOOD LUCK and love them as much as they can stand and more!!"
12/05/2010: Angela Kaiser from Ellijay, Georgia replies: "The Key to Cancer in dogs is GRAIN FREE and ACV and NEEM bark powder in their food daily!!! I have lost 3 dogs to cancer... Have learned that Grain Free is the first way to go... Grains produce sugars in the body, sugars creates cancers... GO GRAIN FREE... Neem is great all around for many many ailments including Liver cancer... I use Neem bark powder and give it daily in their food depending on weight and also ACV is a cure-all as well!! And LOVE THEM TOO MUCH EVERY DAY>>>it will be worth it in the end!!!"
04/23/2013: Anne from Melbourne, Victoria/Australia: "My 20 year old beloved cat has a tumor that has very quickly grown to be the size of two golf balls and is causing her a lot of problems - mobility, infections, energy levels, etc. I tried giving her some tumeric though she got sick soon after as she has very weak kidneys and I think some toxins went back into her body. The tumor has now split open quite drastically and if I don't do something urgently it will likely get infected again and she will get sick and stop eating or drinking again.
My question: our vet wants to urgently put an elastrator ring (like a rubber band) around the tumor so that the blood supply will be cut off and the tumor will fall off in up to 7 days. He will give her pain killers for this and antibiotics just in case. No vet will operate because of her age and I cannot wait the weeks it would take for more tumeric or castor oil to work because of the infections (and toxicity it will put her weak kidneys through). The elasticator ring seems a bit primitive to me - I know this is used to castrate farm animals sometimes still today - and the vet says he has used it successfully on many other older pets to remove tumors - though I want to know please if anyone else has used one on their elderly cat and if it worked okay?
Please let me know urgently if you have had experience with this. Thank you so much."
06/25/2012: Jmeyer from St. Louis, Missouri, United States: "Hi folks: Anyone know if it is safe to mix shark cartilage with essiac tea for 14 year old cat with cancer and diabetes?"Replies
[YEA] 07/19/2012: Iheartmybabies from Moorestown, Nj replies: "My beagle was diagnosed with Lymphoma and I immediately went to work. I do not believe that anything is incurable. After extensive and exhaustive research, talking with everyone I could find, etc. , etc. , I changed my beagles diet completely and put her on numerous supplements. Cancer cannot survive in certain environments, so my first goal was making my beagles body a difficult environment for cancer to thrive. Without getting into all the "why's", I immediately stopped all commercial dog foods, all charbohydrates, ALL SUGARS, etc.. I switched to bottled water ONLY. I use a crockpot on SLOW cook (you do not want to cook their food on high heat), and toss in chicken, veal, veggies.... Apples are OK too. NO RICE, NO OATMEAL, NO POTATOES.
She's on Essiac tea (2 x per day), cottage cheese w/flaxseed oil (2 x per day), shark cartlidge, coral calcium, milk thistle, and red clay. I also feed her the crockpot mix 2 times a day. All swelling is gone, she's no longer lathargic or in any pain at all, in fact... She's happier, healthier and stronger than I can ever remember. She even looks like she's 5 years younger. Seriously, wow. Regardless of how it all turns out, I will say that TODAY she is happy, healthy and playful and in the big picture, that's really all that matters. I truly believe in my heart that she's going to be just fine.... I urge everyone to do their research, make the changes, don't give up. Oh, we pray a lot too. :)"
06/19/2012: Jmeyer from St. Louis, Missouri, United States: "Hi, Julie from St. Louis again - My cat Einstein is 14 years old, diabetic with cancer, tumor on shoulder of front leg. We couldnt remove tumor, vet suggested not to do surgery after reviewing pre-blood work. Lost my last cat over Christmas with cancer, and also fighting stage four colon cancer with my brother....... trying to win this one with Einstien, I have to have hope.
I am giving him Essiac tea, 3 tablespoons twice a day with baby food. After I give it to him he wants to lay some place cool, dont understand that.
Another kind reader, suggested the Budwig treatment in addition to Essaic tea? Any pros or cons exist out there with combining the two?
Any suggestions are welcome please.
Thank you, Julie"