Cancer in our companion animals is on the rise. I'm sure you have had a dog or cat with cancer or know someone that their beloved companion animal died from cancer. There are lots of different kinds of cancer that are affecting our animals. Some have never been seen in animals before. There are cancers that develop in the injection site from vaccinations. Did you know the reason they started to give the vaccination in the leg is because if a cancer develops, it's easier to amputate a leg than to try to cut it out in the neck. I recently had a client contact me because their dog was diagnosed with a soft tissue cancer on his leg. Unfortunately, the vet looked at it months ago thinking it was a fatty tumor, which is totally benign. However, fatty tumors don't usually develop on the hind leg. It wasn't until months later that they sent me a picture of it and I knew immediately it needed to come off. It was so large though that they couldn't get it all and also because of the nature of the tumor. This type of cancer is very invasive and hard to get it all because it is in the connective tissue. It is too early to know yet how long this baby will last. Since the traditional medical community couldn't offer much hope, they turned to alternative healing methods.
The main thing they are doing is giving their dog CBD oil and spraying the area with CBD oil. There are many reports that CBD (Cannabidiol) has eliminated cancer. There are many uses for it and I have covered some on this website. The other thing that really helps with cancer and inflammation is turmeric paste. This is something that you can make very easily in your kitchen.
Lastly, Hemp Seeds are also a good choice to combat cancer. Their oil is high in omega 6 and omega 3 fatty acids, both of which help reduce chronic inflammation. You can get the oil or grind seeds yourself.
Unfortunately, our environment isn't helping us keep our pets from getting cancer. There is an over use of pesticides and herbicides that our pets walk on all the time. We can only do the best we can by giving them good food and limiting vaccinations. May all you animals live a long and healthy life!