Using Bach Remedies on a Wild Dog

When giving Bach Flower Remedy doses for dogs who have been diagnosed with osteosarcoma (K9 OSA) or for any other issues, it is important to know how to give the essences, how often to give them, and the length of time they should be given.

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Filed under: Emotional Healing

Bach Flower Remedies for Dogs

Add emotional healing to your dog’s osteosarcoma treatment. Bach Flower Remedies will not only to help him or her maintain/develop a positive and proactive spirit for healing, but will improve your pet’s quality of life.
Anger, resentment, fear all create an acidic environment in which cancer thrives. We want to keep our best friend in a relaxed atmosphere surrounded with love.

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Filed under: Emotional Healing

Immerse Leafy Greens in Water

It’s safer to buy certified organic produce, especially if your dog has osteosarcoma or is immune compromised, but if organics are difficult to find or a bit pricey for your pocketbook, regular supermarket fare can be soaked in this inexpensive homemade solution to remove the toxins.

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Filed under: Diet and Immunity

Preparing Subcutaneous Fluids - Dogs

Most K9 OSA dogs tolerate being given subcutaneous fluids (SQ), fluid given under the skin, with no problem. It will be absorbed into the blood stream and can be used to correct or prevent dehydration when a dog is unable to drink enough water on his or her own. Dehydration can happen as a reaction to chemotherapy, and when a dog is vomiting and/or has diarrhea.

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Filed under: Dehydration in Dogs

Dr. Johanna Budwig

“I have the answer to cancer, but American doctors won’t listen. They come here and observe my methods and are impressed. Then they want to make a special deal so they can take it home and make a lot of money. I won’t do it, so I’m blackballed in every country.”

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Filed under: Diet and Immunity

Nikki snuggling with his Aunt Leslie

As I review Nikki’s story and continue to research additional cancer and canine osteosarcoma treatments, I find there are alternatives I might have chosen…

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Filed under: Nikki's Story

When reviewing labels on most commercial pet foods, you don’t have to look too far to question why your pet has a degenerative or immune related disease like dog bone cancer and canine osteosarcoma (K9 OSA).

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Filed under: Diet and Immunity

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Canine osteosarcoma studies underway with Palladia, FDA approved drug for mast cell cancerous tumors in dogs.

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Filed under: Canine Osteosarcoma Mainstream Research

Dog Eating

Oral Neoplasene is the suggested protocol for a dog with Osteosarcoma. Dietary instructions and the guidelines are specific.

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Filed under: Bloodroot: Herbal Pastes and Drugs

caduceus

An Irish Wolfhound on oral neoplasene is doing well at five months after osteosarcoma diagnosis, without amputation and conventional chemotherapy.

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Filed under: Bloodroot: Herbal Pastes and Drugs

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