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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.

Replied by Neukum
Sussex, Nj, Usa
07/04/2013

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.

Replied by Beanie
La, Ca
08/17/2013

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.

Replied by Jss
London, England
03/05/2015
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I live in London, England and I have a 14 year old American Spaniel, Boppo. In the past year Boppo has lost his sight and his hearing but he still has mobility and he gets around just fine. However in late January 2015 Boppo developed a tumour on his mouth. It grew rapidly and went from the size of a marble to the size of a small tomato. The vet told me that Boppo could not be treated as he was too old to be anaesthesised. Looking around on the net I found this thread from 07/14/2012 describing how Beanie had treated her dog with Seabuckthorn Berry oil (which I'd never heard of) and the treatment had worked. I obtained some Seabuckthorn Berry oil and I've been giving Boppo a whole dropper full every day for 5 weeks. It's quite incredible and difficult to believe but there is now no trace of the tumour. I have now reduced the dose to a half a dropper every day and I'm eternally grateful for having come across Earthclinic and to Beanie in particular.

Replied by Sharyn
Pa., US
03/08/2015

I too, cannot afford expensive vet fees. WHY, if their profession is "caring" for animals do they put the cost out of reach for so many people???
I started reading these articles because my 10 yr. old Golden has several TUMORS, different sizes, different textures. I've removed two. Both oozed gross matter before removal. However, I've got an ongoing bill to pay. This berry treatment got my attention rather than turmeric paste, etc., due to oozing. Where do I get this product and how much for an 80 lb Golden Retriever. Risks???

Replied by Jss
London, England
03/08/2015
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Seabuckthornberry berry oil is for human consumption and as my dog has had no adverse reactions to it I would assume it's safe for all dogs. As I truly believed I'd be saying goodbye to Boppo within weeks and I was clutching at straws I went for a high dose, a whole dropper a day. When the tumour had shrunk to virtually nothing I decreased the dose to half a dropper a day and I'm giving him that still. Seabuckthorn berry is easily available in oil form and capsules. I bought the oil from the largest online retailer and it's made in the USA and produced by a company in Chicago, Ill.

Replied by Krystal
Springfield
03/14/2015

Anyone know if its safe for a cat? She's about 9-10 lbs

Replied by Lesley
Az
06/26/2015

I would guess if it is okay for humans and dogs, it should be okay for your kitty.

I found the sea buckthorn berry oil today at Whole Foods for $32. My 12 year old husky-chow has a tumour on her lower jaw and I hope this works.

Good luck!

Replied by Melissa
Benoni
06/28/2015

Hello,

So my basset about 8 years old had a lump on her neck and I was not sure so I took her to the vet and got told that if it wasn't bothering her I must just leave it, so I did but now two years later it is still there and been bothering me because I didn't know what it was but then I decided to have a closer look...It was not noticeable until you feel it . I decided to push on it a bit and there was just water coming out so then I pushed harder and it popped with a huge amount of puss and I can tell that had been there for years now the lump is gone and just has some redness around.

Replied by Beanie
Ca
12/14/2015

I am so happy the seabuckthorn helped Boppo :) I know how much Joy our pets give us and I know this supplement lengthened my little Daisy's life by a few years. I lost her in 2014 at 15 years old to cancer. She still lives in my heart and I still love her so. Good luck to all and God bless you

Shirley
Nashville
02/29/2016

I am searching for help too, for Sisco, a 108-lb. pitbull. He is just shy of 12 years old, alert, eating and eliminating normally.We have consulted a vet for a large, ulcerated tumor on his jaw. Surgery is an unknown. But will distort his face and could present problems eating; with his mouth or eye. When the tumor was smaller (he has another on his back - marble sized), I read about the castor oil treatment being successful. One person said she found success by applying a hot compress first, and 20 times a day. (I tried it a couple times a day before I gave up.) As time has passed, it is a bloody mess from his scratching it and wallowing and scrubbing it on the carpet. Sometimes it drips blood. We keep peroxide in a spray bottle to clean up the mess. We will today decide whether to try the surgery or just try to keep him comfortable as long as we can. As a side note to this conversation - Sisco is our son's dog. Our son committed suicide 23 months ago. Sisco was with his body all night until we found him the next morning. Needless to say, this is incredibly painful. That and the fact that the dog seems normal otherwise, it is excruciating to think about putting him down.

On the subject of the buckthorn oil, I will just add this for information sake to this forum. I went looking for a bottle of buckthorn oil I had on hand after reading the user's comments here. The bottle was laying on it's side and had completely eaten the rubber dropper top down to a black mass which I had to scrub off my fingers. I have no idea what that means for tumor application. Whether it would eat away the mass of tumor or be caustic. Just FYI.

Replied by Katie
Jackson, Ga
02/10/2017

Hi everyone. Are you all giving your dogs the seabuckhorn oil in their food or water? I had read that you can apply it directly on the tumors which I have been doing on my dog since November, but its not working that way. I'm desperate to try something else at this point!

Replied by Beanie
Ca
04/26/2017

I don't know about rubbing it on the tumor. The postings did not say that. You may want to re-read the posts. You should give it by mouth. My dog licked it from the bowl but you can add it to yogurt or something else. My dog was about 20 pounds and I gave her a whole dropper full daily for three to four weeks when I noticed that the tumor had pretty much disappeared. Make sure to get the 'berry' oil not the 'seed' oil. While the seed oil might work, I had results from the berry oil. Good luck.

Replied by Helen
Long Island New York
06/27/2017

I am wondering how the sea buckthorn worked out for the Freddy in neukum sussex, no? This story sounds identical to my situation now.

I'm so sorry to read this I know what you and Freddy are going through.

Thank you


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Posted by Cheri (Lexington, Illinois, U.s.a. ) on 09/10/2011
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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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Posted by Jordan's Mom (Lansing, Mi Usa) on 09/02/2010

Can I use the Ted's above alkalinity formula for an oral tumor my cat has? It really fills much of the space in the back of his throat. I have been doing hydrogen peroxide therapy alternately with Mesosilver 2x day on each one. I understand adding silver to h2o2 makes it much more powerful but am searching for how much of one to the other to mix together. Have been using slightly less than. 5 solution of hydrogen peroxide orally and I also spray in his mouth on the tumor.


Posted by Kate (Lakeside, Ca) on 08/11/2009
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Hi,

I have an adopted black lab, age 15, "Lady", with a large tumor that appeared on her right leg joint (started as elbow callus appearance). The Vet stated that I would probably have to "put her down" soon because she will stop walking due to leg discomfort. He did not recommend surgery or chemo; she does have an obstructed nasal passage since someone probably kicked and crushed her face at some point in her life. She often gets antibiotics for her nasal infections - we have to carefully feed her to keep food out of her nose.

I am writing to say thank you for your directions and the Castor Oil... it's been nothing less than amazing!

I began treatment a week ago as you directed and the large, mushy mass is now 1/3 the original size, no edema. She is walking around and even rolling in the grass. I will continue all phases of her treatment and wish to say thanks on our behalf, she feels very good, frisky and most importantly, she is able to truly enjoy her days more.

Replied by Holly
Martinsville, In
12/03/2009

How did you treat it?

EC: Kate was probably referring to Ted's remedies here: http://www.earthclinic.com/pets/tumors.html#TED


Posted by Marilyn (North Port, FL) on 04/15/2009

I have a few questions and I hope you can help. My Lab, Trev, is 13 1/2 years old. He has a non-cancerous tumor on his left leg. He has had surgery for removal but it keeps coming back. It is now bleeding constantly unless I keep it wrapped. Because of his age, the doctor does not want to perform surgery because it is so large it would mean removal of his leg. His back hips are bad and he has trouble getting up. Every time I change his wrap, it bleeds. I read your column about castor oil and bloodroot. I tried castor oil months ago and it did not help. I have never tried anything else. I don't know where to get bloodroot. If I can help him, I want to do what I can for him. According to the vet, he will have to be on antibiotics for the rest of his life and I have to change his bandage (it's a large wrap with an ace bandage around it), every two days. I am trying to avoid infection. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you, Marilyn

Replied by Diane
Pine Mountain, Ga
11/08/2009

Marilyn,

How is your Trev? I have an Italian Greyhound that is 13 and she has the same thing that Trev has. I had it biopsied and the vet called it 'hemangiopericytoma'. He said there was really no cure. It is a malignancy. It will keep growing back until it ruptures with bloody tissue everywhere, then maybe take it off again. But given her age I won't do that again. I have been looking all over the internet for some type of cure. I have seen several sites where people have used flaxseed oil mixed with cottage cheese twice a day and say that it has worked. Look for this on the internet to get a correct dosage. I hope this answer is not too late and good luck. I started my Lilly on it yesterday.

Diane

Replied by Luiza
Brooklyn, Ny, Us
02/24/2011

Hi Diana, ive read about your dog with hemangiopericytoma tumor, my 13 yrs old siberian husky has the same thing, I was wondering if the budwig diet helped? I started my dog on it 2 wks ago.


Posted by Dominique (New Orleans, Louisiana) on 02/27/2009

I have successfully used Ted's Remedies and now I have a new problem. My dog just had puppies January 11, 2009. One of them was born with what I thought was a tumor but after using these remedies for 2 weeks with no results I have discovered that what I thought was a tumor is actually a perineal Hernia. There is not cure posted on this sight for hernias. I am trying a fully raw diet, castor oil, vitamin c and e. What else can I do to get rid of this hideous looking thing. It is like cottage cheese right by her vagina and when I squeeze it I can hear it ooze. I am thinking cayenne pepper, what can help my puppy. She is very happy and playful. She does not even know that it exists.

Replied by Dawn
Woodinville, WA
04/21/2009

Pretty sure perineal Hernia's require surgery.

Replied by Danielle
Newburgh, Indiana
10/19/2010

It sounds like an umbillica hernia and when the dog gets spayed or neutered the vet can close it then. Do NOT push on it as hernias are small openings in the muscle wall and the pups intestines are just poking out some. If you mess with it you can cause problems. Many dogs live they entire lives with them, but better to close if already undergoing anesthesia.


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Posted by Paul (Lancashire, England) on 05/13/2017
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My Dog has a bleeding tumour, its bleeding more than it was yesterday, is this normal? Jed is 13 years

I am using turmeric powder and giving Jed a teaspoon in the morning and a teaspoon in the evening with food. I read some of the site's feedback on this subject and it stated the tumour gets bigger to start with which it has done. I am just worried about the bleeding can you help. Thanks

Replied by Mama To Many
Tennessee
05/13/2017

Dear Paul,

I am sorry about your dog's tumor/bleeding!

Is it enough bleeding that you are concerned about blood loss or just that there is an increased discharge?

You might try giving some blackstrap or even chlorophyll if blood loss is a concern. How big is your dog?

I would give a 100 pound dog as much as a Tablespoon of blackstrap and several tablespoons of Chlorophyll each day to make up for blood loss.

If it is just draining/oozing, I would try to keep it clean, perhaps with povidone iodine. Turmeric can be used in wounds to prevent infection. So can honey.

If the bleeding is severe, cayenne pepper will stop bleeding. We have used it in wounds. It sounds like it would sting, but it really doesn't. But if you dog was inclined to lick at the wound, it would not be pleasant for him. Cayenne can be used internally also to stabilize bleeding but I have never given it to a dog. I am not sure how he would take it.

Keep us posted on Jed's progress! It is hard to see our beloved pets suffer...

~Mama to Many~

Replied by Paul
Lancashire, England
05/15/2017

Hi, thanks for your reply, Jed is now on the mend the blood loss was just a lot discharge from the tumour which has now stopped. The next day we noticed that the swelling had gone down a hell of a lot and Jed was brighter in himself. Yesterday there was very little discharge so we gave him a full body wash to make him feel better. This morning the tumour has gone down 75% which is amazing all the stuff inside the tumour is coming away and out so we will be now left with a hole were it was. The question is now what happens next does the body repair the damage in its own way? and do we just keep the wound clean?

Thanks In advance.

Replied by Mama To Many
Tennessee
05/15/2017

Dear Paul,

What a happy update. So glad to hear it.

Yes, I would keep the hole clean. It should repair itself over time. Honey, topically, may help the wound to heal more quickly if he wouldn't lick it all out.

~Mama to Many~

Replied by Paul
Lancashire, England
05/16/2017

Hi Mama to Many,

Thank you for all your help it is much appreciated. The update on Jed. So far is I tried the turmeric and yes you guess it he licked it all out when I was not looking and made himself sick so went to plan B the Iodine solution you recomended stated not to put it in open wounds so I am a bit bothered about that. So now looking at plan C The Honey do we just pack out the tumour hole with honey? This is going to be fun lol.

The good news is as well all the swelling has gone down in his front leg and Paw just about back to normal and he is starting to take food again slowly as he wants it. Oh and is back to being alert when he hears a bag being opened thinking there is a chance of food. Which he was not doing two days ago.

So he is well on the way to getting better.

So the only thing now is this big hole to sort out? Do I just pack it out with honey?

Replied by Paul
-select A State-lancashire England
05/16/2017

Hi Mama to Many,

I have been down to the chemist today and stocked up with all stuff I need to pack and dress Jeds wound. We have bought the best honey money can buy its called Manuka Honey At �17.50 a small Jar US would cost about $23.00 but who cares about the cost and long as it fixes our Jed.

So we cleaned out his wound and it is perfect. We applied the honey and put respect dressings on to keep it clean and lick proof. Jed Is as happy as can be and been fast asleep for hours now he is one happy boy and feeling better for it. Just got to wait time out now for the magic to work.

Thanks again and all the very best from across the pond here in the UK.

Replied by Mama To Many
Tn
05/16/2017

Dear Paul,

The packing the wound with honey is what I would try. Honey has wonderful antibacterial and healing properties.

So happy about the wonderful progress! Thank you for updating!

~Mama to Many~

Replied by Paul
Lancashire, England
05/16/2017

Hi Mama to Many

Just to let you know we are doing as you said and everything is going great noticed the honey is also clearing out the wound of any nasty stuff as well and keeping it very clean as you said.

So I guess now it is just a question of time. Thanks again and have a great day . When Jed is Fixed I will send you a Picture

All the very best.

Paul

Replied by Paul C.
Lancashire, England
05/24/2017

Hi Mama to Many

Just a quick update on Jed. 15 days in now form the start of his treatment with turmeric on his tumour which has all but gone. The size of the wound from the start was very large and deep after the tumour burst open and all the nasty stuff came out and we were left with a big deep hole. Since applying the Manuka Honey on and in the hole it has all but closed up now there is no sign of the tumour it has gone and all the swelling has gone down too. The are that is left as of now has closed up by about 80% so not much more to go. Jed is back on his feet and 100% a happier dog. Thank you for all your help through this difficult time us and thank you to all at the Earth clinic website this has to be the best find I have ever made on the internet.

All the very best to everyone from

Paul and Jed

Replied by Mama To Many
Tn
05/24/2017

Dear Paul,

What a happy report for you and Jed! I am thrilled for you.

Thank you so much for taking time to share your results. I know it will be helpful to others in the future!

~Mama to Many~

Replied by Paul
Lancashire, England
06/23/2017

Hi everyone, I need some help again with my Lab Jed. A while ago he had a huge tumour just behind his shoulder on his front left leg. With some fantastic help from "Mama to Many" we got Jed back to health again and got rid of the tumor all that was left was a healed lump with scar tissue that was it.

All was good for three weeks and Now his front leg has got swollen up to his shoulder. We kept him on his tumeric but it just stays the same in size, it's slightly red and warm.

We put manuka honey on it and it cooled it down and we are giving him vitamin C tablets twice a day. But it is still swollen and he does not like to get up now and stand on it what can we do to get rid of the swelling. Many thanks in advance Paul and Jed.

p.s. Apart from the swelling he is fine he will be 13 on September 13 2017

Replied by Mama To Many
Tennessee
06/24/2017

Dear Paul,

Sounds like you are doing great stuff already for Jed.

Is it possibly that he has injured it or had a bee sting?

I would continue what you are doing and perhaps try hydrotherapy, which is just fancy for alternating warm and cool compresses. I have found this to work surprisingly well to reduce swelling.

Use two bowls of water, one warm and one cool. (Not hot and cold - too shocking.)

You start with a cool cloth and hold it on the inflammation for 30 seconds or so. Then switch to warm for 20 seconds or so. Continue back and forth for 7 applications total (4 cool - begin and end with cool.)

This can be done several times a day if he seems comfortable with it.

You could also try a bentonite clay poultice if you could get some clay. French Green clay would do as well.

I mix the clay with water to get a paste using non metal containers and utensils. I spread the clay onto a clean cloth and fold it into an envelope like thing and apply to the swelling. I usually put plastic wrap then cohesive tape to keep it on. (Sticks to itself but not to fur and is hard for animals to remove.) It does help with pain, also.

I know you will keep us posted on his progress!
~Mama to Many~

Replied by Paul
Lancashire, England
06/25/2017

Hi Mama to Many

We found out the cause of Jeds swelling this morning, his tumour is back. We kept him on turmeric from last time we never stopped the twice a day even when he healed up. We now have added the coconut oil to the mix as well just one tablespoon a day with his food. It has come back slightly forward of were it was last time. We are thinking now of castor oil to see if that does any good we are far from giving up the fight. Apart from that Jed is fine. Do you have any other ideas as to what we can do to help him?

All the best

Paul

p.s. it is starting to weep again through two little holes in the lump.

Replied by Mama To Many
Tennessee
06/26/2017

Dear Paul,

I think you are going to become an expert on treating this sort of thing!

What you are doing sounds good and yes, castor oil sounds like a good plan.

You might consider Essiac Tea if you could find some where you are. It has helped many people with tumors and also been used successfully with pets. It is a mild tasting herb blend that you make into a tea. It would probably be remedy to keep him on for life. Essiac contains burdock root, slippery elm, Sheep sorrel and turkey rhubarb.

Essiac for Pets - https://www.earthclinic.com/pets/essiac-tea.html

Essiac for People, with detailed directions - https://www.earthclinic.com/herbs/essiac-tea.html

If you are seeing some weeping in those two little holes I wonder if the tumor is about to drain.

~Mama to Many~

Replied by Paul
Lancashire England
06/27/2017

Hi Mamma for Many

It is a sad day today we lost Jed this morning at 5.00am. But I am certain that what we were giving him really helped he was not in any pain and just went peacefully he was two months off 13. My only regret was that we could have done more if we had know at the time what was out there to help fight his condition tumour /cancer. The only thing we should have done was give him a prescription dog food that is available that is 100% good for your do and cancer can not feed off it. I think it was called Hills Prescription diet N/D. If we had known about this at the start we could have killed the tumour stone dead from the roots out and if it can not feed it can not live. We did not know that everything in the regular dog foods cancer loves and feeds off. But everything else we used of this Fantasic website worked We just did not think about the feeding habits off the tumour. I hope this helps someone else. A big thankyou to Mama for Many. All the best Paul

Replied by Mama To Many
Tn
06/27/2017

Dear Paul,

I am so sorry to hear about Jed! You have been a faithful and loving friend to him!

While remedies and good food are important, the love and care you have given him no doubt were a greater part of his ongoing health and his peaceful end.

Again, I am so sorry. May the memories of the happy days you had with him be a comfort to you.

~Mama to Many~

Replied by Paul
Lancashire England
06/28/2017

Hi Mama for Many

Thank you so Much for your kind words it is much appreciated. Jed was a dog in a million.

I actually took the trouble of looking up the meaning of his name and were it came from and it is Hebrew which I never would have guessed and jed means "Friend of God" which was quite apt for Jed as he was such a kind hearted dog.

All the best

Paul


Posted by Researcher (Armidale Nsw 2350) on 09/05/2016

Can I suggest something about turmeric for tumors. I have been using turmeric for years to great effect, I have extracted raw turmeric root and used alcohol to seep over several weeks to extract the essential oil or resin. But I discovered certain varieties of turmeric work better than others, the yellow turmeric seems to be more potent than the orange turmeric. Feel free to disagree, I can only report what I see and I feel its necessary to point this out, to those whom maybe interested. When I used orange organic grown turmeric over the last two years, effect was void. Previous years I used white/ yellow and orange in combination it was impressive particularly with tumours. I source my turmeric from Earthcare Maleny QLD. I am not connected to this business and I am a customer only.

Les

Replied by Suseeq
Sydney Australia
09/05/2016

As a fellow Aussie, thanks for that, in my notes it will go.

Replied by Karen
Little Rock
09/05/2016
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I just found out my 13 year old beagle has a Nasopharyngeal cancerous tumor that is causing abnormal breathing. I can feel the lump on his neck. The vet gave him tramadol for pain and said limit his exercise. There are so many treatments-- where do I start? Budwig? Essiac? Oil? Turmeric?

Replied by Suseeq
Sydney Australia
09/06/2016

Karen, go with your gut whatever is comfortable for you and your pet and whatever you have easy access to.

Replied by Mary Jane's Momma
Vancouver, Wa
02/25/2017

My almost 11 yr old best friend was diagnosed with malignant Mamory Tumor on last Halloween morning. The Vet recommended to have it removed but could not come up with the $$ for the surgery. I have had her on golden paste since and have changed her diet. All of a sudden today she has a high fever and not feeling good at all and the tumor has grown and is all red and hot...Plz what else can I do..............


Posted by Deanne (South Australia) on 07/13/2016
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I have been giving my dog who has mast cell tumor.. ( already removed surgically & returned with a vengeance just weeks later) TURMERIC .. along with a cancer diet and many other herbs and supplements .. I have been using turmeric powder and also curcumin capsules ( concentrated turmeric extract) twice a day .. she was given 8 weeks to live and the vet said he could only make her comfortable.. that was 4 weeks ago and she was in poor state.. barely moving barely eating... she is now looking normal.

I know I am not out of the woods yet BUT..she has put on weight is eating like a horse and back to her usual self. I also have been using castor oil topically on the tumor and it has just started to open up and weep and bleed .. so using colloidal silver to prevent infection and continue with the oil and see what happens.. but she is happy and shows no sign of pain...so Turmeric has helped her tremendously.

Replied by Maria Salazar
Englewood Cliffs, Nj
09/01/2016

Very helpfull information about Turmeric. I just want to know what would be the right dosage for a 17 1/2 pounds, 17 year old rat terrier .

Replied by Mama To Many
Tennessee
09/02/2016

You will find dosing information for turmeric for pets here: http://www.earthclinic.com/pets/turmeric.html

Replied by Erin
Kansas City, Mo
09/20/2016

Where do you get your supplies?

Replied by Mama To Many
Tennessee
09/20/2016

Dear Erin,

I like to get my bulk herbs from Mountain Rose Herbs. They have excellent turmeric and a quality anti-cancer mix - Essiac that people use for pets.

Sometimes I get Frontier herbs by the pound through amazon, preferred organic if it is for a health issue.

~Mama to Many~

Replied by Ollie
Hugo, Okla
10/31/2016

How much turmeric do u give a dog that weighs abt 7 lbs and do u mix it with water and how often do u give them the turmeric? thank u

Replied by Donna
St. Petersburg, Florida
11/12/2016

What strength Tumeric did you give your dog & how is he/she doing now? My boxer was just diagnosed with carconinor sarcoma

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Wichita, Kansas
02/13/2017

I have 8yr old cat diagnosed with an internal tumor in his jaw area. I am looking for natural alternative route. I see positive remarks on turmeric, apple cider vinegar, castor oil. I am wondering how much I should give of each or should I try one then add other products later?


Posted by Deanne (South Australia) on 07/07/2016
5 out of 5 stars

I give my ( cat sized) dog turmeric.. she wouldn't eat it if I mixed with food ... so I bought empty capsules and fill the small part with turmeric powder plug the end with steak I minced in the blender and rolled a tiny ( small as possible) ball of meat with the half capsule inside . If I make the meat balls small she gulps them down capsule and all -IF I make them bigger she has to chew and she discovers the capsule and spits it out .. so keep them small .. even if you have to do it twice to get the dose into her. I do this for all the supplements she is on for cancer .. so far tumor shrinking and she is doing well .. vet said she was dying but she's looking good in the last 2 weeks.

Replied by Suseeq
Sydney, Australia
07/07/2016

I would give some essiac tea as well.

Deanne
South Australia
07/13/2016

Essiac Tea! Yes I bought some but that is the one thing I am not sure HOW to administer? she hates the tea flavour wont drink it... I could syringe it but am already doing that with other natural treatments ( so didnt want to attack her with the syringe again) The tea is Powdered form so can you just use the powder in foo ( like if I hide in in a capsule)??

Suseeq
Sydney, Australia
07/14/2016

The dosage is Essiac tea 30 mls for 45 kgs dog daily.

Replied by Pauline
Wisconsin, Usa
08/13/2016

Deanna from Australia, where do I buy this turmeric? My cupboard?

Replied by Suseeq
Sydney Australia
08/13/2016

Yes, if you able to pick up organic all the better, if not the supermarket.


Posted by Mychild (Ca, Earth) on 06/10/2016
3 out of 5 stars

I was so hopeful reading all the great successes here for our sweet "children". Thanks for the info.

I've been giving my beloved 15yo, 25 lb Puggle Turmeric for months and nothing. I first was giving 1/4-1/2 tsp Organic turmeric from the store for 6 weeks until I found out that was the wrong turmeric! I was to use the 95% kind. So have been giving him 2 (500mg) caps a day sprinkled in his food (along with Milk Thistle, and Superfood probiotic powder) and no change at all.

It hasn't grown but it is the size of an orange on his side for over 6 months. :( Everything is as good as before this benign fatty tumor (had vet test him). His appetite, water consumption, etc are all good, and he walks/jogs a couple miles/day with me.

I just can't understand why nothing is changing or shrinking. It's so sad.

Replied by Karen
Pueblo, Co
08/24/2016

Try putting the tumeric ON the tumor. Also try Apple cider vinegar. Get ahold of ahold of a holistic get. They will really help you with your problem


Posted by Snickers (Washington) on 03/27/2016
0 out of 5 stars

Treating a beagle for tumors. Used Turmeric salve for a week. Then started feeding her turmeric in her food. She weighs 30 pounds and was giving her 700 mg once per day. Also 1/2 t apple cider vinegar. did this for about a week. Tumor split open and started to leak, and got bigger.

Now for the last two days the tumor seems to hurt her when we try to clean it up. Can not squeeze it because it hurts her to bad. Is a very large lump now. She has diarrhea is not eating, drinks a little water. Have tried rice water. All kinds of goodies, treats, chicken, turkey, beef. She normally eats everything in sight. She seems sick. I am not sure how to take care of the tumor now that it is leaking. HELP!

Replied by Snickers
Aberdeen, Washington
04/03/2016

I got no feedback at all concerning my Beagle. With further research we found that we were giving her too much turmeric. A quarter spoonful is too much. You have to do it by milligrams. She is better now. We will start over with a greatly reduced amount of turmeric.

Replied by Diane
Southern Ca.
07/15/2016

About 5 years ago I had just taken in a stray dog (Black mouth Cur) and within a few months she got a tiny bump (Tumor) on top of her front toe.

It got bigger and bigger and I tried soaking it in Epsom salt as a friend advised but it didn't work to get rid of it.

It grew a little more and looked like a beautiful gum ball with a swirl of nice colors! I remember a product I used on a real bad wound a neighbors dog had, a product called BLU KOTE by Dr. Naylor! It sprays on purple. It worked on my neighbors dog's wound so I figured I would try it on the tumor. And it worked! I would soap up and rinse the foot and tumor then spray the Blu Kote spray on the tumor.

The tumor eventually dried up and fell off leaving no scar. But I don't know what type tumor it was.

Replied by Patricia
Downsville
07/17/2016
42 posts

Diane,

Thanks for posting the info about your dog's tumor. My cat has a growth of some sort on her chest and nothing has worked. It is in a spot inside her left front leg where a bandage doesn't work.

I just contacted Dr. Naylor and asked if Blue Kote be injested as cats lick all the time. I told him about Dr. Simoncini?? from Italy and that he says cancer is a fungus (Blue Kote is a fungicide according to the company) and he uses baking soda to coat the tumors and they vanish. Perhaps the fungicide property of Blue Kote is why your dogs tumor dried up.

Does the purple stain? My cat's underbelly is white.

Do you know if this product is natural or chemicals?

Replied by Diane
Southern Ca.
07/17/2016

Hi Patricia,

The Blu Kote stains but only for awhile.

I used to get some purple on my finger and the stain didn't last long. Sorry I don't know much else about this product. Only that it worked on the dog's tumor on her paw and you better ask if it can be used on a cat.

I notice that some products that are good for dogs and not good for cats. Blu Kote is great on wounds for dogs and other farm animals. My neighbor's males dogs got into a bad fight and one dog had a nasty wound on it's leg and my husband sprayed Blu Kote on the bad wound and it healed nicely.

Theresa
Mpls., Mn
07/19/2016

Hey Diane,

Per the wiki page: Blu Kote contains "Acriflavine has been shown to have anti-cancer activity by inhibition of HIF-1 which prevents blood vessels growing to supply tumors with blood and interferes with glucose uptake and use."

Replied by Theresa
Mpls., Mn
07/19/2016

FYI Blu Kote is commonly available at farm supply or fleet farm type stores, though you may find it in walmart and the like in rural areas. The Active Ingredients: Sodium Propionate, Gentian Violet, Acriflavine,

Inactive Ingredients:
Water, Isopropyl alcohol, Urea, Glycerine, Sodium hydroxide.

Replied by Diane
Southern Ca.
07/19/2016

Patricia, I just now found out you can't use Blu Kote on cats. It can be harmful to cats.

Hydrogen Peroxide is OK for cats on wounds.

https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090711181831AAJzcNF


Posted by Linda C. (Telkwa, Bc) on 03/13/2016
5 out of 5 stars

Hi, so happy to read these success stories. I have one too. Doubted myself before now. My Rottie/shep/border collie cross had a horrible growth right at the tear duct on his eye and it was growing. I read about the castor oil and aloe combo to shrink tumours. But around the eye, I was terrified to do anything. Got brave and dabbed just a tiny bit plus started giving him tsp or so of turmeric with olive oil to eat. They like the taste of turmeric. The tumour shrunk to almost nothing. I have also noticed that my dog's tumour grows when he eats any food with wheat in it-so I read the labels on dog treats, only choosing ones made with rice. Makes a big difference.

Replied by Melanie
Illinois
07/18/2016

Hi Linda! How long did it take for the cyst to shrink after giving your dog castor oil and turmeric? Mine also has one growing on his upper eyelid and it got infected so now he's on antibiotics but it seems to be getting bigger. I'm desperate for alternative options.

Replied by Patricia
Downsville
08/30/2016
42 posts

LInda C

Can you give the detail for the aloe vera and castor oil for tumors. How much of each? how long did it take? Is it applied externally?

I have not been able to apply enough of anything on her tumor and have not been able to cover with a bandage it due to where it is. I think the aloe and castor oil may have the consistency of a salve and be able to cover it up.

Thank you, Patricia


Posted by Johnnaswiger (North Carolina) on 11/09/2015
5 out of 5 stars

I have an older white lab that developed a tumor beside his genital area and he kept it inflamed by licking it. I started him on 1 teaspoon per feeding, twice a day, of turmeric on his food. He did not reject it at all, and the tumor has now shrunk and he no longer pays attention to it. It's not totally gone but it's definitely shrunk and no longer inflamed. Turmeric works. I did not add molasses.

Replied by Delores
Sc
06/24/2017

How is your dog doing now? I have a 10 year old apbt who is going through the same


Posted by Donna (New York, US) on 11/09/2014
5 out of 5 stars

Hi my shepherd mix had a fatty tumor on her front leg. It grew quite large and then the skin started to split. I took her to the Vet and he said it would take 3 surgeries and about $2600 to remove but suggested I go home and research some remedies to get it to shrink. I found this site and began applying a turmeric paste to it and then gave her 2 times a day a teaspoon of turmeric and a teaspoon of black strap molasses in some wet food. In about 3 weeks the tumor started to oooze. It was in the evening so I just wrapped it up and let it drain. I brought her to the Vet. After examining it he said it had shrunk considerable and now was only one surgery and less than half the cost. He had me take her home and let it continue to drain. The next day she had her surgery and she is as good as new! It was amazing, I didn't think it was working but it did and it took awhile and yes it was gross when it was draining but certainly worth it.



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