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…. I've gotten him omega 3's, Apocaps
(has anyone every used these before? We just got them in the mail yesterday) and I'm about to purchase some bloodroot. I heard it's good for dogs with cancer.
Luckily we only saw one met in the X-ray, but I know there can be more. Even 6 happy months would be a
…supplements. Does anyone here have experience with Apocaps
? I ordered them for my Dad's dog, along with omega 3 fish oil and i'm looking into bloodroot too.
…called Smith Ridge (we live in Brooklyn) and one closer to us who is in Brooklyn as well, Dr Young at Hope. She was great, she told me about Bloodroot or Neoplasene. She mentioned possible side affects of nausea and loss of appetite but her main concern was that his tumor is below the paw pad under
…brought up . This is the link where he sent us to research the Neoplsene . http://www.buck.....asene.html
Ohhhh, I totally forgot that "bloodroot" = "neoplasene." Thank you Holly.
Here's an article from the Tripawds Downloads blog
that we published after asking an oncologist about
…Schlomo's showing pain indicators, so moving quickly is wise of course. Have you talked to any holistic-minded vets about this condition? As for bloodroot therapy, it's been mentioned here but as you can see it's not widely used at least within our community.
Many senior dogs do great on three legs
…see him not be able to do as he wants to, especially when I take him to the beach, his happy place.
Do you or anybody else have experience with bloodroot therapy?
Mascha and Schlomo
Another thought: Neoplasene.
Neoplasene is known as an “escharotic” treatment that’s prepared with an herbal concoction containing bloodroot. This preparation is injected into the tumor site and is supposed to cause necropsy in subcutaneous tissues, which will supposedly cause
…for Coop; it's highly likely he already has lung mets so I really don't know. But I'm open to everything. A friend has been using neoplasene (bloodroot) with her dog who has a brain tumor with encouraging results. When she fitrst told me about it back before I got the diagnosis on Cooper I thought,