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16 July 2018 - 10:18 pm
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I read that a holistic vet recommends co q in addition to artemisinin ...etc  I haven't seen co q mentioned elsewhere and my vet hasn't mentioned it either..  Is anyone using it?  200mg a day?   I use it for myself and can easily add it to my arsenal for Simon ,  if it makes sense..  thanks

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17 July 2018 - 11:26 am
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It is definitely mentioned in the Dog Cancer Survival Guide , there's almost an entire page dedicated to it. Do you have a copy of the book? If not I would highly recommend getting one as Dressler and Ettinger cover many of the questions you and most of us have about supplements. It's indispensable in my opinion.

Essentially, CoQ10 he recommends it for dogs on chemo who have existing heart issues, but he doesn't recommend it for most dogs.

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17 July 2018 - 11:32 am
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Ive not wanted to spend the money on the guide.   Co q for chemo and heart issues.   Do we use it when there are no heart issues?

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17 July 2018 - 4:06 pm
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I agree about the Dog Cancer Survival Guide .  It was the best 10 bucks we spent during this whole process, so much information in one reliable source.  Not just supplements, but all aspects of full spectrum treatment.

Fallon  8/28/06--9/6/18.  My Heart.

Fallon's left front leg was amputated due to osteosarcoma on 10/11/17.

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