Natural Remedies

Seeking Help for Young Dog With Canine Lymphoma

Posted by Dustie M. (Idaho) on 01/01/2022

I have a female boxer who was diagnosed with T Cell Lymphoma in October. She will be 4 years old this coming April 2022, however we know we will most likely lose well before April.

I've read through many of the posts, allot to absorb. I'm wondering what is the best plan to treat her cancer?

Replied by Deirdre
Connecticut
01/01/2022

So sorry to hear this.

Please see my new post on DMSO and Colloidal Silver for an anal gland tumor in my dog here:

https://www.earthclinic.com/pets/tumors3.html#dmsocs_194531

Dustie M.
Idaho
01/03/2022

Hi Deirdre, thank you for your suggestion. My boxer has masses in her groin area and throat, would this topical method work just as well as it did on your dog's tumor?

Deirdre
CT
01/03/2022

Hi Dustie, I really don't know but since time is of the essence, you need to immediately start testing various protocols to see which one works. Art might have a better idea.

You could check out the Tagamet/Benadryl protocol on Facebook and see if it helped any dogs with T Cell Lymphoma. It was too rough on my dog so I stopped. Please let us know how it goes.

Replied by Dustie
Boise, Idaho
01/07/2022

Hi Deirdre,

I finally received the DMSO and pure baking soda, last night I gave my dog the baking soda & maple syrup mixture, after a couple hours she started throwing up, and is not wanting to eat this morning and is still throwing more like dry heaves, did you experience this with your dog at first?

Deirdre
Connecticut
01/07/2022

Hi Dustie, no this never happened on any of the protocols I tried. I never tried baking soda and maple syrup on my dogs though. They both got diarrhea once or twice, but never threw up or had dry heaves, even on the harsh tagamet/benadryl protocol.

How much did you give of each?

I would absolutely not give him anymore until he recovers and then a lot less or try another protocol. Might be too harsh. Someone else might have input about what's going on with your dog.

For DMSO, I've had great results using either apple cider vinegar or 20 ppm colloidal silver.

So sorry.

Dustie
Boise, Idaho
01/07/2022

Since my boxer is 85lbs I gave her a 1/2 tsp of the mixture, and for 2 days I have been using the DMSO & CS 50/50, prior to receiving the DMSO I had started her on the Chaga mushroom and turmeric, with Gold Wellbeing for immune support for dogs with cancer, and 3oz of CS in her water dish as she has a 5qt dish., plus cbd oil.. maybe it's too much, or maybe it's too late, if she makes it through the night I will stick with just the CS & DMSO topical treatment and cut down on the CS oz in her water dish.

Thanks for your help!

Dustie

Deirdre
Connecticut
01/08/2022

Hi Dustie,

Please let us know how your dog is doing today. I hope better.

My dog did completely lose his appetite on the benadryl/tagamet protocol for a few days but recovered it once I stopped. DMSO seems to give him a very good appetite.

If it's properly made colloidal silver (i.e., pale yellow for 20 ppm colloidal silver and not clear colored ionic silver), not sure you need to cut down on it in the drinking bowl. I give my dog 1 -2 tablespoons of 20 ppm CS mixed in each meal (2x day) and it's been very helpful. I have been doing that for years now and no issues. Probably has prolonged his life. He's a rescue so I don't know his exact age, but around 16 according to the vet. Golden retriever mix, 55 pounds.

Art
California
01/08/2022
1336 posts

Dustie,

The oral CS will kill pathogens in the blood and can work against the cancer, so it may not be a good idea to cut it out. CS has a very good safety profile even at high dosage levels significantly higher than you are giving your dog, which is actually a very small amount if you are starting with 20 ppm CS.

Art

Replied by Rob
Kentucky
01/09/2022

Sea Buckthorn Berry Oil for cancer/tumors. A lady in England cured her dog cancer.

https://www.earthclinic.com/pets/tumors5.html#sbto_147013

If it were my dog, I would also add turmeric powder to the dog's food. About 1/4 teaspoon every meal.

Why it works.

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Vitamins and Minerals

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Cancer

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