Last Modified on Feb 25, 2015
Is your pet suffering from a tumor or cysts of any kind? A cancerous tumor can have just as devastating an effect on your pet's life as it would on our own. Dogs in particular are inclined toward skin cancer. Cysts likewise can be miserable for your dog, cat, or other pet and can be a sign of a serious systemic condition.
Cysts can be solid but are usually filled with fluid. If released, this fluid can result in further infections of the skin, or the broken cyst can experience a secondary infection. For that reason, cyst care has to begin with cleanliness and proper antibacterial care. However, these infectious cysts are not something a pet's owner will "catch".
Natural Pet Remedies: We've already gotten a fair amount of feedback on tumors and cysts in pets, and thus far turmeric and castor oil are proving to be very effective home remedies for pet care. Check out the treatment options other pet owners have used for tumors and cysts below.
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[BETTER BUT NOT CURED] I have 13 yr old Akita, that had a tumor on his tail and was the size of a half of a golf ball. Kimo is absolutley been the greatest dog I could ask for and was worried about the tumor, he's to old to get the tumor removed and my vet Dr Dave is the best vet in the area. Kimo is like a 1 yr old health wise, but I did what earthclinic said to do to cure Kimo's tumor and I gave Kimo blackstrap molasses and tumeric and the tumor got bigger and pinkish and then it started to bleed and started breaking open about 2 weeks ago, Kimo is taking cephlaxine and is still taking blackstrap molasses and tumeric and his tumor is is now shrunk about half the size and is clearing up, I wouldn't believed it if I didn't see it and it was nasty to look at and thank god for your website.
Replied by Bonnie
Norwood, On Canada