Tumor and Cyst Remedies

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Posted by Tambra (Swanton, Md) on 07/28/2011

My dog has a tumor on her gum, the vets suggestion was to remove part of her jaw. She is 10 years old and we do not want to put her through that. Any suggestions for a home remedy?

Posted by Hilary (Chicago, Il) on 07/28/2011

Hi, My 7 year old German Shepherd has an extremely large fatty tumor on his back. It's approximately 7" x 4" x 3" and he has a large mole on the back of it too. Neither seem to hurt him. We've had him for almost 2 years and it has grown a bit. I see many remedies listed but none for tumors this large. The last thing I want to do is give him something that will make it burst. Is there any sure way to help shrink it and NOT make it burst?

Thank you

Posted by Barb (Canton, Oh) on 07/11/2011

i need help to save my cat that is still young. His name is casey and I found out he had a brain tumor. He has alway been acting ok until he started to hide. I took him to the vet and they did all different types of testing all in a month, till he started to wobble and had to have a MRI done and found out he has a brain tumor. It is big on the left side and starting to move to the right side. Can do surgery but I can't afford 5000.00 to have it done. Is there anything I can help him with natural herbs to ease the pain or even help shrink it.. He wants to live cause I can tell by his action. Please help me.

Posted by Carol
Fort Myers, Florida Usa
This is response to Barb from Canton Ohio posted 7/11/2011 with a cat with brain tumor.

I would highly suggest contacting: Barb at: 970-264-0882 . This lady has a website that helps animals with cancer and tumors. She has a product that is quite effective on shrinking tumors. Good luck!

Posted by Toni (China, Maine Usa) on 06/30/2011

Two days ago my Vet diagnosed my male 8 year old cat, Uhbi, with an aggressive and cancerous oral tumor... Under the tounge-in the back-wrapped around that hinged piece of tissue that attaches the tounge to the mouth. Knowing how much I love my feline companion, he advised me to take him home-with some pain medication-and spend as much time loving him until it's his time to go, which will probably be within a few weeks. I feel that this cat shouldn't be ready to go. He has such an unbelievable personality. He is such a kind and goodhearted cat, so friendly and affectionate (pushing his head up into your hand like a dog or dolphin), communicative and validating to others I. E. When you cry, he really cries; a different cry for wanting to go out, to eat, to sleep; a noise at every turn, even if Uhbis startled; he follows me or others wherever you go. He's such a good friend, such a great little (approximately 20 lb. ) species of existence.

He has such a strong will to live. I have always believed in the power of the body to heal itself, especially when aided with natural remedies. But I have no idea what to do and I don't want to let Uhbi go, for what seems to be way before his time. He doesn't seem like he wants to leave either. Please pray for a miracle and does anybody have any feedback. I am so sad and so heartbroken. Thank you so much and namaste.

Posted by F.d. (Toronto, Ontario Canada) on 03/31/2011

Hi, I have a 12 year old Rotti who has a tumour the size of a golf ball on his side. It has become infected and has an odour to it. Up until 2 wks ago the tumour was a small one but we had gone away on holidays and left him with the inlaws. Would stress have caused the tumour to grow that big within a week? and can you tell me what I can do to get rid of the infection?

Posted by Me
Toronto, Canada
Does anybody have any advise?
Posted by Randy7
Kennewick, Wa, Usa
[YEA]   "Hydrogen peroxide will get rid of the infection. Coloidal silver can also be sprayed, poured or swabbed on a wound of any kind. It will do basically the same thing.

I buy food grade 30% H2O2 from Guardian of Eden and mix it with distilled water to make food grade 3%. If given orally, only use food grade, not the grocery store kind, as it has lots of harmful additives not intended for injestion. Store brands are fine for topical applications.

I make my own coloidal silver water, too. In fact I made my own coloidal silver generators, about 6 of them and gave to friends.

Posted by Jr
Coloma, Mi
71 Posts
Where did you find the information on making your own generator?

Posted by Luiza (Brooklyn, Ny, Us) on 02/24/2011

Hi my name is Luiza,

I have a 13 yr old Siberian Husky. Two week he had 90% of a benign tumor removed from one of his limbs. The vet told me that the other 10% could not be removed because it was underneath one of his pads. Its been a week and the tumor is growing back rapidly. Its about 60% of what it used to be. I was told that the benign tumor was categorized as low grade hemangiopericytoma on the medical report but its growing at a high grade level.

The only way to remove the rest of the 10% is to remove the pad. There will be a plastic surgeon to reconstruct the area where the padding is. I really don't want to put my doggie through this. I was doing some research and heard of Cryosurgery. Crysurgery is a technique for freezing and killing abnormal cells, I also looked into holistic medicine. The Budwig diet supposedly helps reduce the tumor. Its the consumption of cottage cheese and flax seed oil mix twice a day. I started him on that a week ago. I also hear turmeric spice or applying castrol oil can help reduce the tumor as well.

I am going to see the vet that performed my doggie's surgery this weekend. I asked if she knew about crysurgery. She wasnt too familiar and was going to do some research on it. She stated that she will give me a number to an oncologist who quite possibly has knowledge on the subject. Please give me some feedback. Perhaps other alternatives on how to go about removing or stopping this tumor from growing.

Posted by Marie (Branford, Ct) on 01/27/2011

My dog is 20 years old. She is a Japanese Chin/ Shitzue. She has an ear tumor and I know cannot have surgery. Is there ANYTHING I can do to take some of the pain and itching away? Besides ottomax? Anything I can make with home stuff? I am desperate for help.. I know she is old but I just want to make her not be in so much pain.

Posted by Maple65
Vancouver, Bc, Canada
7 Posts
I suggest you use a home remedy, Made with a tablespoon of warm oil and half a teaspoon of powdered Turmeric, make a runny paste, this is a root that has anti-inflamatory properites and is also good to heal itching, Olive oil, pure coconut oil, will do.
Posted by Peter
Elliot Lake, On. Canada
For internal tumors I use Cessiac, that is CESSIAC and NOT essiac. I also use Protandim concurrent with cessiac. In four months this turned around my dog's kidney cancer. Rocky is over 13 yrs and runs around like a puppy now. Use cessiac straight out of the bottle. Give 2 oz spread out over the day by dropper or syringe. Protandim for cancer patient is a 1/4 tablet am and pm. Neither of these have adverse affects. There are a few others herbs that are appropriate as well but these are working for us. four months should tell.
Posted by Lisa
Grand Blanc, Mi, Usa
This question is for Peter, I just read your May feedback on Rocky. I am hoping he is still doing well. I have a 9 year old female Lab, her name is Sydney. She has had multiple testing done these past 2 weeks, And was diagnosed with renal Ca also. She has a very large tumor on her kidney. In which I was told was a very rare cancer in dogs. They have told me the only thing that can be done is to surgically remove the kidney and tumor. Unfortunately, the price is out of reach. So, when I read about Rocky and the 2 things you are using on him, has given me hope to all of this sadness. I would be intersested in seeing if he is still doing well using those 2 supplements. And if you have added anything elese. I am just lost in where to start with her healing, or making her as comfortable as possible.

Posted by Jordan's Mom (Lansing, Mi Usa) on 09/06/2010

Cat with Large Tumor - Need Ted's Help

I wrote B4, no one has answrd. I have 15yr old cat with large tumor in back of throat, very red & meaty looking. My boy was having lots of gagging & the tumor would bleed every so often. Am so confused & cannot find safe & proper animal dosage of H2O2 therapy for cancer/tumors. I have 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide & found evidence of a trial that was done with rats curing their tumors in 15-60 days using dilution of . 45% H2O2. I have diluted to. 5% & threw in a tad more of distilled water, not knowing how to get to. 45% or if that is even too strong or what, for my fur boy. I also found a small atomizer & spritz the tumor with that a couple of x's when I do the oral dosing. I usually give Jordan about 6cc's 2xday, but wonder if that is too much? I am also giving him Mesosilver 2xday and have just started giving him ACV, water & bicarb (also potassium supplement). I do not have much money right now to buy anything else. I give him Pet tinic for vitamins. He is not drinking any water on his own, tho I know how to dilute for pet drinking water. I give him subcu fluids each day and syringe feed him. Tho he always acts extremely interested in eating, he will not eat on his own, but will eat baby food or cat food done in a blender. He has not spit up blood or been gagging for about 5days now, which is good. But I do not want to hurt his insides with the H2O2. He has a small sore on outside of nose. He has been getting frequent snotty drainage from one nostril. I had been 2xday spritzing his nose once, each time I gave oral H2O2, but then I got worried maybe it was a burn from the H2O2 so I quit that.

Posted by Ginger Cat
Lancaster, Ca
Has anyone responded to your dilema with you cat and the tumor?
I too, have a 19 year old cat, who despite excellent blood work showing no organ problems, had two abcessed teeth removed last summer and a rabies vacination same day as surgery (vet wouldn't do surgery without shot - BAD IDEA). Since then she has had nothing but downhill problems, multiple eye infections, drugs beyond counting, then suddenly in the space of two hours a large lump popped out on her cheek under her right eye, hard to the touch, on her upper jaw bone. The vet wanted to simply write her off, because of her age and euthenize her or do surgery to the tune of $800.00 with no guarentees about the outcome. Having already been stripped of about $1,500.00 over 5 months from endless vet bills and drug experimentation on her, I said, enough is enough. I brought her home and immediately took her off all drugs and started using homeopathic silver in her eyes and orally for her congested lungs. Within two days she was markedly better.

However, a month later and despite continued silver both orally and topically, the lump has not disappeared. Does anyone know if any of the mentioned treatments for dogs and lumps/tumors, etc. Are actually SAFE for cats? Cats metabolize things VERY differently than dogs, and many things that are safe for dogs, can actually poison and kill a cat. Any help would be appreciated because she is NOT happy or comfortable and does an awful lot of pacing. She does NOT look like a 20 year old cat, still has lots of interest in life and does NOT have that "I am ready to die" message in her eyes of face. Thanks you anyone out there with suggestions.

Posted by Merryanne
Orange City, Florida, Usa
127 Posts
I have 3 cats, and I know they love fresh raw meat, I have a new cat the is 2 yo, and it took her a week to try the ground turkey, I have found that there is a lot of bad cat food and useless cat food on the market. Raw liver is the best health medicine for cats, it has fantastic healing strength in it, serve at room temperature, if the cat or dog has CA or tumors give only raw meat, no carbs, ( this according to some information on this site about CA in people) will starve the CA. Merryanne
Posted by Karen
Durango, Colorado
2 Posts
Have you tried DMSO? I would, it has proven success in treating humans with tumors. Today I started using it on my cat's abcess. I used it the same way on my other cat a year ago & the abcess disappeared in a day.
Posted by Joyceee
Manila, Philippines
Hi! I dont know what to do with my 9 year old cat Britney. She had a tumor on her tummy and it was removed via operation. After a month, the tumor came back. The vet doesnt want to operate on her again because her skin is not yet completely healed. He recommended that I do chemotherapy and let britney take Doxorubicin anti cancer medicine. I got scared with the side effects so I told the vet to hold it off.

I'm still waiting for the essiac tea I ordered. But can you recommend some "first aid" while im waiting for her essiac tea to arrive? her tumor is really big though she's still running around, eating a lot and still grooming fine. Pls help me what other remedy I can give Britney.

Thanks, Joyce

Posted by Ginale
Warren, Ri
2 Posts
Karen (from Durango, Colorado)... You mentioned that you used DMSO on your cat for tumors. Was it used to prevent the tumor from coming back? How much of DMSO did you use daily and for how long. Is it safe to use all the time. Thanks

Posted by Vickie (Lansing, Michigan) on 08/29/2010

I have a 15yr old male cat who was diagnosed at the vet's with a sore throat. I viewed it myself over a week ago nearly dropping my jaw at this large, red meaty looking massing covering much of his throat area. I am waiting for Sovereign Silver to come. I have been squirting water and Ester C in his mouth a couple of times a day but sometimes he gags and the mass bleeds. I also have just started Vascustatin 2x day. He seems able to take that better, perhaps because of the taste. His appetite is so, so. He seems to be breathing okay but coughs and chokes a lot when he tries to eat. I need something STAT to try to start shrinking this thing. I do not have tons of money to buy many different products & I feel time is not on my side to fetch products that are nearly impossible to find. Please help. Anyone have any luck with Colloidal Silver and oral tumors?

Posted by Anita (Croxley Green, Herts, Uk) on 03/03/2010

Hi Guys, I need urgent help please! Please advise what can you do if the (dog's) tumor is internal and has burst, how would you be able to treat it?

My dog friend (10 years old) 'Max' is a Border Collie and he has a tumor probably positioned around his abdomen and has now burst and has about a kettle full of blood outside of his stomach area. I need urgent advice please, any comments, ideas, etc are welcome.

Many thanks

Posted by Anita
Croxley Green, Herts, Uk
3 Posts
Dear All

I think Max has 'Haemangioma' which has burst and leaked the blood into outside of his stomach. Now the blood also thickening and I am really running out of time.

Please advise if anybody has any idea on this subject, what can I do?

Any comments, ideas will do.
Many thanks

Posted by Anita
Croxley Green, Herts, Uk
3 Posts
Dear All

I have to revise a bit of the information on Max's blood thickening. It is actually NOT thickening so therefore the burst tumor is still bleeding.

I have an idea of keep draining the blood off (by the vet) and in the meantime trying to fix the tumor itself and then have to regenerate the blood what Max's lost. would this be achievable? Can I please have any comments from you guys, what can I use as a remedy in this case? anything

Posted by John (Portland, Oregon) on 08/03/2009

Feline Mast Cell Tumor in Abdomen: Hi, My cat has a mast cell tumor in his abdomen and I need the best possible remedy ASAP that has worked for some of you! Thank You

Posted by John
Boring, Oregon, Usa
2 Posts
Why doesnt anyone reply to my request???
Posted by Addy
Flowery Branch, Ga
Sorry to hear about your kitty. I know its a painful situation for you.

I don't know of anything to help you out, but I can suggest you speak to someone at a local feed store. I bet someone hanging around there will be able to give you some ideas.

Furthermore, contact your local university department for vet/animal studies. I know UGA has a fantastic department and has been helpfull to me in the past.

Good luck!

Posted by Lisa
Wichita Falls, Texas
24 Posts
John, I am sorry that no one has responded to you yet. But, maybe no one knows what to say to help you. If your baby has a tumor, you probably need to take it to the vet. I don't know of anything that can be done if it is a tumor. Some things need to be seen by a vet. GOD BLESS to you and your little furry baby. I hope everything goes well for you. If anyone here knows of something to help, then please post it!
Posted by Debbiefudge
Brighton, East Sussex Uk
20 Posts
Hi. I need some advice or suggestions please for my male Shihtzu. Teddy is 3 years old and is having a real problem with his left ear. I have him bathed, cut etc. , every 6 weeks. As I like to keep his coat short. My Groomer, of course plucks the hair out of his ears everytime. She told me she thought he had an ear infection. So I started using ACV and coconut oil, in equal quantities to wash out his ear. I give him natural yogurt also. And use bottled water for all my animals to drink. I cleaned as much muck out of his ears as possible and carried on with the ear wash for about 2 weeks. I also, tried him on ACV and bicarb in his food for a couple of weeks. I always put a little olive oil in their food everyday. There was no improvement in his ear. So off to the vets we went. He was given a course of antibiotics and steroids, which I was apprehensive about but at the end of them we went back to the vet. No improvement. Now the vet says he has a lot of hair, deep down in his ear and that is the problem. So next week he is going for an operation for them to pull all the hair out. Which of course, I'm really worried about. My main concern is, that as it's hair, surely it is going to grow back down there again?? So, then what? His ears, both of them, now, smell disgusting! Poor baby. So, I've been doing the ACV/coconut oil wash again and putting in herbal ear drops. (phytopet) But nothing is helping the smell! He is not scratching his ear, seems ok in himself. Eating well. Does anyone have any ideas of what I can do for him to help please???
Posted by Danielle
Newburgh, Indiana
3 Posts
Sounds like classic food allergy to me! "ears and rears" is what the veterinary dermatologist call it around here. Any anal gland problems? What is the dog eating? Change it and it may heal itself. However, 50% water/apple cider vinegar will stop any yeast from growing by changing the ears pH. U might have to dilute more if red and bleeding.
Posted by Esther
Roaring Spring, 013
[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]   "In answer to Debbiefudge with the male ShihTzu Ted. I have ShihTzu's also. Ever hear of Colloidal Silver? It's the best stuff for fungal infections. Is a natural antibiotic & all around miracle remedy as far as I'm concerned. Good for human & animals. Cures flu, colds, staph, & you name it. Put that in the dogs ear & it will clear up any ear infection in days. I buy it at Swanson's on line. I buy the liquid & the tube. My daughter-in-laws boy had a skin infection with a long name. The Dr told she could get a tube of Solar (spelling)shield for it Same stuff. They use it for a lot of things in hospitals but don't tell the public that. My one female Shih has fatty tumors the Vet said. She had as high as 12 several weeks ago. I gave her Dissolve a Chinese mixture with some results. Then I gave her Olive Leaf pills 1 a day. Echinacea, Transfer Factor 3 a day, Beta Glucan 1 a day.

Then read about the Turmeric about 2 weeks ago. I've been giving her 1 a day ever since. Her "best friend" licked the one on her spine & side of her neck one at a time. They opened & oozed blood & junk. I used the colloidal silver on them to prevent infection. One on her side got bigger & hurt her when I just touched it. This morning she licked that one open herself. I've put the silver on it twice so far. I use the liquid & the stuff in the tube both on them. Some have disappeared & she still has about 5 left. I'll continus giving her the Tumeric especially & some of the others. I use organic ground beef to put the pills in.

Oh & I started her on Life Cell Support from Silver Creek Ranch. It's an herbal detoxifier. The turmeric & detoxifier seemed to have done the most good. The one on her leg is growing some & looking worse like the other two did so will burst soon too. Hope this helps someone. I will be leery of giving her further shots yearly since I've read this causes a lot of this. I feed Wellness food not junk dog food like most popular brands are.

Posted by Christy (Los Alamos, NM, USA) on 07/31/2009

I NEED a cure! My 8-yr-old yellow Lab, Sandy, has adnexal displaysia. That's a fancy word for benign tumors all over his skin--the worst ones grow between his toes. Two weeks ago, I agreed to surgery to remove the worst ones (and 2 toes) from his left fore-paw. Unfortunately, I had a second follow-up appt. with the vet yesterday and the tumor has grown back almost a big as the original! It was only removed 2 weeks ago! He could barely walk--that's why I agreed to the surgery. The vet and I both knew there was the possibility of it coming back--eventually.

He's the sweetest soul in a dog's body I've ever met--everyone who meets him loves him. I love him. It's so unfair that he has tumors all over his body--his paws are the worst.

I need some hope for him--and for me. I need something that honestly works to shrink these awful tumors. I want him to be able to walk and enjoy his life. And, I'm willing to do what it takes to make him happy.


Posted by Diane
Lakeland, Fl
6 Posts
I have been doing a lot of research on the Internet about fatty cysts in dogs also known as lipomas. My black lab has this. What I am reading is about being PH Balanced. Acid vs. Alkaline. And this applies to people too. I read that if our bodies are PH Balanced we will not get cancer or arthritis. Cancer cells cannot survive in an alkaline environment. I also read somewhere on Earth Clinic that a person had lipomas and started drinking alkaline water. The lipomas started shrinking. You can purchase Alkaline drops from Health Food stores. A few drops in your water is all you need. And this applies to people and dogs. About dogs... they came from wolves. Wolves do not get cancer. Wolves eat a balanced diet. Meat which is acidic and the bones which are alkaline. We give our dogs garbage commercial food which is not PH balanced. Their diet needs to get more alkaline in it. Alkaline foods are fruits and vegetables. Bones are also alkaline and they do sell bone meal which could be sprinkled on their food. Add alkaline drops to their water bowl. Search the Internet about PH Balance and you will find some very informative articles.
Posted by Jilbert57
Brinnon, Wa
This is just a comment. I have an 11 year old male jack russell who has made urate stones since he was 6 months old. He has had two bladder surgeries to remove stones and two urohydropulsions to force stones out that were small enough. He has been on Potassium citrate to keep his urine alkaline for 10.5 years now, and he has probably 5 fatty lipomas on his trunk. So this is just my story. Obviously, in his case, the alkaline body stage is not helping. Just thought I would throw my dogs case in the mix. thanks
Posted by Danielle
Newburgh, Indiana
3 Posts
In Tradiontial Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) Lipomas are stagnation. Adding moisture to your pets diet will help to move the stagnation.

Posted by SageJag (Orlando, Florida) on 04/19/2009

Tumor on top of cat's head:

I have been reading your website which says to put castor oil on the tumor. Does anybody have a different suggestion? Cat acts fine, but tumor growing and is oozing. She will not eat anything but wet catfood. Is there an organic wet catfood I can buy?

Seabuckthorn Oil   0  0   

Posted by Beanie (Newhall, Ca) on 07/14/2012

I searched this site many times looking for a remedy for a large tumor that appeared on my dog's head above her eye. She is a bichon and is 13yrs old. I tried the castor oil faithfully about 6 or more times a day for weeks but it did not work for me. The lump was getting larger and harder. I stumbled on seabuckthorn berry oil and started giving her half a dropper every day. It's been a little over one month and the tumor which had been there for about 9 months is completely flat!! It just amounts to raised skin now. I wanted to share this because I thought it was amazing and I always come here looking for help so I hope this helps someone. There is also a seabuckthorn seed oil available but I bought the berry oil not the seed oil. It tastes better and has slightly different make up. It is for human consumption - they both are - so it is safe for your pet. I guessed at the amount and it seems fine for my dog who is about 19 pounds. If your dog has lumps please try this. It also gives her more energy. I don't know if I can say where I got this but it is available on the internet. It comes in a small bottle with a dropper. It is easy to administer as she just licks it from her bowl. I sometimes rub some on her gums and it helps to keep them healthy and reduce bad breath odor. Please post here if your dog was helped by this. We need to keep our dogs healthy without drugs.

Posted by Neukum
Sussex, Nj, Usa
Hello, my best friend Freddy is a 19year old Shepard chow mix that I rescued 15 years ago. He is my world. He developed a fatty tumor on his side that started out about 4 years ago. The vet said don't worry about it, he is not suffering from it. Well, about 3 weeks ago he started licking it and it started out the size of a walnut. Now it's the size of a baseball. Every time the vet declined surgery cause they claimed it was not bothering him. Well now it is a problem. I have it bandaged and the vet now won't do surgery cause he is too old now and they said he won't do surgery cause of his age and they say the anesthsia can kill him. So I have been in the last day thinking about a vitamin called nuVet. The reviews are amazing, saying it shrinks the tumor but when something sounds to good to be true it usually is. So I came across your story. My dog is 71 lbs. What dosage do you suggest for his body weight and where can I get this sea buckthorn berry oil??? Please help.
Posted by Wendy
Columbus, Oh
Get some turmeric (real cheap, in bulk, at the Indian store... That's India). Add 1/2 tablespoon to his food, and mix it all up, each time you feed him. I did this with my golden retriever who had a cyst which was the size of a pea when it first started, but grew to the size of a quarter and got all red and oozing when her immune system was compromized. Within 2 weeks the cyst disappeared!

I'm not guaranteeing that this will work for your dog's tumor, but it might.

Posted by Beanie
La, Ca
Hi, I just read this. Sorry to hear about your dog. Please do a search online at Amazon or iherb.com for the seabuckthorn berry oil. It is not that hard to find. Since your dog is 71 pounds I think you could give him 2 to three droppers per day. Maybe one dropper in the morning and one in the evening. You can always adjust it. It sounds like a lot but it is a fruit oil so it really is like food. However, this is not professional advice. I know it sounds good to be true but it really shrunk the tumors on my dog. She is still with me. Please try it. And, best of luck to you. Please post here to let us all know if it helped so others will know too.

p.s. As I posted, my dog is 19 pounds and one dropper full (not drop) was a good dose for her.

Shark Cartilage   1  0   

Posted by Cheri (Lexington, Illinois, U.s.a. ) on 09/10/2011

[YEA]  Tumors in pets; Several years ago my cat developed a mass which my vet said was a tumor. I was taking shark cartilage for osteoarthritis (which did relieve the pain) and added some to my cats food. After a few weeks I took her back to the vet for an exam. He found that the tumor had liquified. If you read the book "SHARKS DON'T GET CANCER" it claims the shark cartilage cuts off the blood supply to the growth.

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