What We Use

Cancer Dog Medicine

I have updated my complete list of Buford’s natural supplements. Every night I feed him with the chicken or beef wrapped around the pill, until he eats all the pills then he’s allowed to eat the rest of his food. He is a good sport. He hates the Tumeric and if if slips out of the chicken or meat he will spit it out. Not sure why.

Here is my full and complete list of updated supplements HERE ON THE UPDATED SUPPLEMENT POST.



6 Responses to “What We Use”

  1. Angela May 2, 2013 at 6:45 am #

    My dog was diagnosed with cancer about a month ago, a tumour, but I wasn’t given a name. She had to be put under to clear out a blockage,because she couldn’t eliminate (she was severely constipated). the only thing the vet said was that there was a tumour, and that it would get bigger.

    I’ve been giving her flax oil in cottage cheese, and flax seeds, and am back to making her food myself (she’s fourteen, and most of her life she’s been on homemade – raw or cooked). I thank you for putting this information on here – I’ve just started to give her K9 Immunity, and the Apocaps should arrive tomorrow (I’m reading a book by a Hawaiian holistic vet who created them). Except for weakness in the one leg, she’s been doing better. I hope to keep her comfortable and as happy as possible. I’ve lost two of her siblings in the past two years, to heart problems, and I can’t face another loss, or to see her in pain.

    • Ira Mency May 9, 2013 at 2:08 am #

      Angela that’s wonderful and I will pray for you and your dog. I have heard good things about the Apocaps. Buford’s blockage will eventually cease his ability to eliminate by pressing against his organs. I am steering clear of dairy because one study I read had that calcium is directly related to cancer growth?

  2. Gamsby's Project (@Dogs4others) January 13, 2014 at 3:08 am #

    Hi, I am new to your site-I have an 8 year old golden retriever, he is my closest friend and best guy. He has lymphoma-just diagnosed by the vet but we are waiting for results as to what kind-I have proactive and started more of a raw diet-he had been half and half-he is on the baking soda/molasses regime and I have started some supplements and ordered others. He is eating well and I have online reading constantly when I found your site. One concern I have is tumor shrinkage-did Buford’s shrink in his diet, herbs and PH?

  3. sundbuend December 14, 2014 at 5:58 pm #

    Thank you so much for this blog. Last week my dog was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma in her anal gland. I haven’t slept for few days. She is my everything. I’ve read your blog and it looks to me that the love you have for your dog is very similar to my love for mine dog. We don’t have kids, she is our baby. Just wanted to thank you again for all the informaiton here.

  4. Cecilia November 30, 2016 at 12:16 am #

    My golden retriever won’t eat. I syringe the mixture into his mouth but he throws up after15-45 mins. Please advise! Today is his 8th day taking baking soda mixture. His lumps still bother his ability to swallow.

    • Admin June 29, 2017 at 4:45 am #

      I just found this in the spam folder. I hope your dog is okay and stiil alive. You have to measure the levels of PH and not overdose the dog, the baking soda can make them sick and cause more issues. Also, no dog will like taking pure baking soda. It’s a high PH mixture and tastes quite nasty. You have to hide it in something – anything that you can get down. I used hot dogs, but they make smaller vienna sausage size dogs. Even a Greenie pill capsule would work.

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