7 Natural Remedies for Cancer in Dogs and Cats

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Adrienne (Idaho) on 02/04/2022
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I have been putting apple cider vinegar into my cat's canned food because two had developed urinary tract infections which would have ended their lives if it weren't for veterinarians. But, when I picked up Oliver from the vet school the vet told me not to be surprised if he relapses. That is when I started putting the ACV in all my cats' food, and so far no more urinary tract infections, yay!

In the meantime, I ran across an article on the web about people in China who work in or near vinegar factories having fewer incidents of cancer. In searching for more information about that I came across this".

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4806261/

This is the National Institutes of Health website and a scientific article entitled "Effect of esophageal cancer- and stomach cancer-preventing vinegar (or OSCPV) on N-nitrosoproline formation in the human body."

This article is not easy for me, a jazz singer, to read, but I love that it is presented on a government website for an agency of the Public Health Service of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, especially after have a doctor and then a nutritionist tell me that alternative remedies are useless! I beg to differ!

Here is the conclusion of the article: "OSCPV is an effective agent that can block the synthesis of NNC. It is effective in blocking the synthesis of NPRO, which can induce cancer in the human body, making this agent capable of preventing human cancers in an effective manner."


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Karen (Newman Lake, WA) on 03/03/2007
5 out of 5 stars

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