Recent Pet Posts

  Frankincense for Cancer in Dog

30 days ago
Posted by Stephen (United Kingdom) on 09/24/2021

Hi, any idea which brand she purchased as my Westie has cancer?

Open Pyometra Questions

1 month ago
Posted by C.J. (Nederland) on 09/23/2021
3 out of 5 stars

open pyometra vragen

waarom wordt eerst de remedie gegeven als men toch besluit daarna het dier te laten steriliseren. ? Wat is de reden dat daar niet direct voor wordt gekozen. ???????? Mijn Poes kreeg open Pyometra en scheidde veel pus af, die erg stonk. Bij de dierenarts werd er gezegd dat ik met medicatie haar door heen kon helpen. Maar zodra ze genezen was ze direct bij de eerste krilsheid naar de kater moest om een nieuwe infectie te voorkomen. Dat was geen optie, kater was niet beschikbaar. Heb echter terplekken beslist dat ik een Castratie wilde. Nee geen castratie, maar een sterilisatie wilde de DA wel doen, dat was voldoende. Achteraf werd het een castratie omdat op de baarmoeder cystes te vinden waren. Poes voelt zich nu weer helemaal content.

Translated from Dutch:

open pyometra questions

Why are these remedies given first if one nevertheless decides to have the animal sterilized afterwards? ? What is the reason that this is not immediately chosen. ???????? My Cat got open Pyometra and secreted a lot of pus, which smelled very bad. The vet was told that I could help her with medication. But as soon as she was healed, she had to go to the male immediately at the first cold to prevent another infection. That was not an option, hangover was not available. However, I decided on the spot that I wanted a castration. No, no castration, but the DA wanted to do a sterilization, that was enough. Afterwards it was castration because cysts could be found on the uterus. Poes now feels completely content again.

  Re: Seabuckthorn Oil for Tumors

1 month ago
Posted by Stephen (United Kingdom) on 09/22/2021

Hi, how did you give the sea buckthorn berry oil? Can you put it the dog's food as I have a dog with lung cancer .oO do you have to drop it directly into the dog's mouth?

  Re: Fenbendazole for Dog Cancer

1 month ago
Posted by Teena (Melbourne, Australia) on 09/17/2021

Knowledge, research, is key. Mine found that the fenben is so safe it had no LD50, even at 10,000x normal dose. Also I have faith. I don't know what feed your dog is on but perhaps change is needed, can't feed cancer when you're trying your hardest to to kill it.

I look forward to your updates.

Teena

  Re: Fenbendazole for Dog Cancer

1 month ago
Posted by Schnauzer's Mom (Los Angeles, CA) on 09/17/2021

I am on the facebook group for fenbendazole for dog cancer. Most people had to put their pets to sleep. I am wondering if they tried it too late or if they didn't follow the instructions given by Tippens.. I saw the posts here on Earthclinic, I am watching them.

I started my dog yesterday on black salve, today the part where I applied the salve was white, so I am excited. He is still drinking essiac tea and taking 100mg of pycnogenol. The oregano oil pill is out of stock, so he isn't taking those for now.

 Re: Treating Tumors in Dogs with Fenbenzadole (Joe Tippens Protocol)

1 month ago
Posted by Deirdre (Connecticut) on 09/15/2021

Hi Teena!

Just wanted to thank you so much for your latest reply. Very happy to hear the remedies you are using on your husband are working well. Please keep us updated.

After you mentioned it above, I tried applying baking soda and dmso two days in a row topically my dog's anal gland tumor. I was doing dmso and fenben before that. Plus I also have been applying a warm colloidal silver compress (per Art's suggestion), which my dog finds very soothing. The baking soda/dmso is a bit tricky because it dries into powder and causes the skin around his rump to crack and bleed if I apply it too closely and then wash it off later.

However, the great news is that it does seem like these remedies are working on him. He was walking sideways and in quite a bit of discomfort, but for the past three days (and since I tried topical baking soda and dmso), his spine has straightened up and he's not side winding when he walk. Very hopeful.

Don't think the remedies are working on my golden, but she does have a good appetite still.

Thanks again for all your ideas and feedback!

  Re: Castor Oil and Turmeric for Melanoma Cancer in Pets

1 month ago
Posted by Teena (Victoria) on 09/14/2021

You might want to look up the dog wormer panacur c (fenbendazole) and how people are using it for cancer.

  Castor Oil and Turmeric for Melanoma Cancer in Pets

1 month ago
Posted by Schnauzer's Mom (Los Angeles, CA) on 09/14/2021

I forgot to add: my dog was taking a pill that has oregano oil as the main ingredient. I doubled the dosage within a week. The tumor was changing. It was almost as if it was swollen and losing fluid. The bandage in the morning would be humid and filthy. But you are supposed to take a break, so I stopped for a week, right on the day I started the turmeric and castor oil mixture topically. The mixture reversed the progress accomplished with the oregano oil AND the tumor became much bigger than ever before. He is back on the oregano oil pill since last Sept. 5th, but only one a day.

Ps: I believe the castor oil and turmeric mixture can work for other tumors but unfortunately is a big no for melanoma.

Castor Oil and Turmeric for Cancer in Pets

1 month ago
Posted by Schnauzer's Mom (Los Angeles, CA) on 09/13/2021
1 out of 5 stars

If your dog has an aggressive cancer like melanoma or has a malignant tumor, avoid turmeric and castor oil mixture.

My male, neutered, senior mini schnauzer has melanoma on his digit. It started small and round, like a wart. I applied castor oil + turmeric and the tumor grew fast BUT, at the time, I didn't make the correlation. I only recalled that now, as I was writing this review. I stopped using this mixture because it was messy and my dog tried to lick it.

When I finally had the money to book the surgery, the vet said the tumor was 40% of his paw and his leg should be amputated. I read many positive posts about applying castor oil mixed with turmeric topically on the tumor, so I decided to try again.

Within only 3 days the tumor grew to a monster size. It is literally WRAPPING around his paw. His footpad is disappearing behind it.

Most people say turmeric and castor oil mixture makes the tumor swell and then one day it bursts open, but those people had dogs who had cysts or other type of cancer or some tumor that they weren't even sure if it was cancer. I continued reading posts on earthclinic and saw a couple posts that this mixture should not be used on malignant tumors. I stopped right away. I tried to add 2 pictures to my post, before and after.

I am hoping to remedy this situation with pycnogenol 100mg, which he started the day after I stopped this mixture. I need the tumor to be a bit smaller to apply the black salve I purchased from altcancer. He is also drinking essiac tea since I stopped this mixture.

Saline and Turmeric Washes for Cat Sarcoma

1 month ago
Posted by MokiMom (San Francisco, CA) on 09/13/2021
5 out of 5 stars

My 12-year-old cat has inoperable sarcomas on her back. This is the best everyday care routine I've discovered so far:

I wash the area using a spray bottle containing sterile saline (1/2 tsp salt boiled in 1 cup of water) and blot with kleenex, gently probing into the cracks where the foul leakage comes out. When the area is clean I spray with strong turmeric tea (boil water, turn off heat, add turmeric and a little black pepper, steep half an hour or so, filter out solids). I keep the spray bottles in the refrigerator. The tumors are hot so I think the cold spray is good. She is more energetic immediately after the treatment and the tumors are leaking less. To keep her from licking the part she can reach I loop an elastic bandage behind her front legs and tuck paper towels under it to cover her back. I tried castor oil poultices but her energy was down after the treatment and it gummed up her fur. The gummy texture made it hard to keep the area clean. What goes on the skin gets into the bloodstream and I'm not sure castor oil is mild enough. I don't worry about the turmeric. This routine is working well enough for maintenance. I am still trying to find the best way to actually shrink the tumors.

Vitamin C, Turmeric, Manuka Honey for Pyometra

1 month ago
Posted by Brebigmomma (Indiana) on 09/10/2021
5 out of 5 stars

Vitamin C, Turmeric, Manuka Honey for Pyometra -This really works its amazing

On March 21 my dog pretty much stopped eating she lost a lot of weight and I share a dog w my sister and my sister took her 2 the vet & they told her she had a false pregnancy and sent her home w meds and a month later my sister took her back cuz she still wasn't better. The vet sent her home w antibiotics and inflammation Meds. Our dog is 10yrs old & again our dog was not getting better. Her vet should have caught this. The last time she went, she had a lot of the symptoms of pyometra. 3 weeks ago, she started leaking the infection out and I looked up what was going on. Well, our dog's been on the remedy protocol for about a week, maybe a Lil less, and the infection is almost gone.

I read a review on here about adding cinnamon and antibiotics w the remedy so that's what I've done. As of right now, her infection is almost clear and not as much is leaking out of our dog. This remedy is the best... her vet couldn't even catch this.

  Re: Zappers for Parasites

1 month ago
Posted by Marcee (Usa) on 09/10/2021

Can you please tell me more about the zapper, where you get one and how you used it?

Thank you!

  Re: Ear Infection and Eye Discharge in Dog - Vet Not Helping

1 month ago
Posted by Teena (Victoria) on 09/09/2021

Warm road kill is not raw meat?? My pupper is the healthiest, happiest boy, he eats only raw chicken feet and organic raw eggs. He's never been on grain except when I didn't know better about the supposedly high quality food I was giving years ago. I highly recommend his diet, btw he turns his nose up at the rest of the leg, he must innately know all that collagen and gristle is what he needs.

 Re: Treating Tumors in Dogs with Fenbenzadole (Joe Tippens Protocol)

1 month ago
Posted by Teena (Victoria) on 09/09/2021

Deirdre,

Joe revised his protocol, while he initially took a break for three days, he sees no reason for the break other than he was being cautious. Similarly, knowing the safety record of fenben (LD50 could not be established, even with 10,000 x normal dose! ), and seeing studies on 1500mg a day, before surgery I settled on 1000mg a day, and while I have no proof those three days (it's all I had) made any difference, I do know the surgeon expected a 4 hour surgery, expected the cancer to have spread to the bladder, (we were expecting partial removal of bladder) and to the spine, and I'll tell you, when I witnessed those seizure spasms I thought so as well. But the surgeon called after 2.5 hours of surgery, bladder looked good, the surgery was as clear and clean as could be expected, with no mention of spread to the spine, considering the prognosis before surgery I was overjoyed. Since he has been home he has been on the tippens 250mg dose, every day, sometimes 500mg, he is putting on weight nicely just has some bad days with pain. I feel the direct delivery of the fenben and dmso direct to the concern area may have been of most benefit, ofc I had to dilute with a home made salve (comfrey and coconut oil, organic cocoa butter) but when I was done massaging it in there was no powder residue and I felt it a great method for administration especially because I was trying to bypass the stomach ulcer. I do believe the raw food provides enough fat with the fenben for your dogs, so no worries there, although I also think the topical application to be just as beneficial, being that the tumour is accessible from the surface.

I tend to look after others far better than myself so now reminded will put the baking soda and dmso on my own skin, it didn't sting until I added the lugols and I like to feel that, I know it's working.

Hope something there helps, I sometimes ramble :)

 Treating Tumors in Dogs with Fenbenzadole (Joe Tippens Protocol)

1 month ago
Posted by Deirdre (Connecticut) on 09/09/2021

Thank you for your post, Teena!

Are you giving 400mg fenben once a day 7 days a week or 3 days on and 4 days off? Thanks for the tip about Budwig protocol. I am giving the fenben to them once a day in their well-rehydrated freeze dried raw food patties from Small Batch. I added oil once a few days ago and one of the dogs had a very upset stomach for the day, so being more cautious.

I'm giving them milk thistle in their other meal to support the liver.

Can't tell how it's going thus far, but they have very good energy after they eat it. For sure the tumors have NOT grown any, which is good news since they seemed to be growing rapidly before I started on the protocol.

Thanks again. Please let us know how it goes with the DMSO and baking soda!

  Re: Dog's Tumor

2 months ago
Posted by Maryland (Ca) on 09/08/2021

Hi Flower's Mom, I just put your username between quotation marks on google and found your post from last year about colloidal silver. It is on the second page of "7 Natural Remedies for Cancer in Dogs and Cats" Https://www.earthclinic.com/pets/cancer2.html

  Chlorine Dioxide for Tumor in Dog

2 months ago
Posted by Maryland (Ca) on 09/08/2021

is there a brand you can recommend?

  Re: Ear Infection and Eye Discharge in Dog - Vet Not Helping

2 months ago
Posted by Maryland (Ca) on 09/08/2021

Agree on grain free kibble being problematic. I bought my dog a sample bag of a certain grain free food and he loved it. I purchased a bigger bag and only recently I realized that my dog's tumor grew during the period he was eating that food. I have pictures of him before and after he started that food and the tumor DOUBLED its size in a month. I don't think canned grain free food is any better, because there needs to be added something in the food to keep it fresh. Better to buy something that can be frozen instead of having an added ingredient to keep it fresh.

My dog now eats one of those subscription foods delivered to my doorstep. the reason why is because in the wild, dogs do not eat raw food. I know most people say raw food is great, but an Indian vet enlightened me by saying that dogs in the wild often eat road kill, and the dead animal was warm at a certain point.

Apple Cider Vinegar for Bladder Infection in Dog

2 months ago
Posted by Deirdre (CT) on 09/07/2021
5 out of 5 stars

One of my dogs got a bladder infection last week and there was a little bit of blood. I popped on Earth Clinic to see what everyone suggested. Over 50 people suggested ACV so I immediately applied a 50/50 solution of organic ACV and water and: wiped it on her paw pads, the scruff of the neck, and later gave 2 teaspoons in her dinner. She went from peeing every hour back to normal peeing intervals within an hour or two. Highly recommend. I gave her another 2 teaspoons of Apple Cider Vinegar once a day for the next few days.

There's a reason Apple Cider Vinegar is the most popular remedy for bladder infections in dogs, cats and people! It really works fast.

  Re: Upper Respiratory Condition in Cat

2 months ago
Posted by Paulette (Sydney) on 09/06/2021

I had a cat that is 13 and had had crystals so had extreme medical intervention at 1. I heard they needed iodine and tested out if he liked seaweed. We worked out the dose for him was 1/2 a Nori sheet. He will sit by the cupboard until he gets it. Had bloods done. Fine. No iodonised iodine for him. He loves his seaweed. And I can go to the sea and get it. Just another grass. He also craves fish. Meowing till we feed him some when he smells it. Instinct guides animals. Listen to them.


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