Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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I’m not sure if this is allowed or not or where to post. But I have herbal medicine from Duke’s Osteosarcoma. I have three bottles one completely unopened still sealed. One that has a few pills left same as sealed bottle and then another one that is half full. The clinic wouldn’t take them back, not even the sealed one. I was wondering if I could donate these to someone who may be going through the same situation with their pet. If their vet approves of course. The medicines are concentrated wei Qi booster (sealed bottle and few left over bottle) and concentrated stasis breaker ( half bottle) can be used for dogs and cats. The wei booster is to support the immune system against cancer. The stasis breaker is to address the masses. I got these from a veterinary internal medicine hospital. The bottle with only a few left expires in aug, the other two on sept. Hate them to go to waste when they’re $80 a bottle.
Annie that is super sweet of you, thank you for the generous offer. I'm sure someone out there can use them. We do allow supplements to be posted here in the Angel Exchange, just not prescription drugs. So yes, it's fine. When someone responds, you can handle shipping details via Private Message.
What a beautiful gesture, Duke is undoubtedly so proud to help another Tripawd. Thanks again.
24 March 2020
Hi Annie! I also have Wei Qi Booster and Stasis Breaker in tea pill form that I'd love to give to someone, so if you receive any replies to your post, please direct folks to mine as well - https://tripawd.....p240156. Thanks! ~ Stacy
Griffin lived an amazing life for 11 years! Diagnosed with osteosarcoma on March 17, 2020, Griffin's right forelimb was amputated on April 2, 2020. Ten days later he was running and playing fetch! Lung metastasis discovered in July 2020 did not slow down Griffin and he lived joyfully for the next 7 months, passing peacefully at home on February 11, 2021. https://griffin.tripawds.com
7 October 2021
Karen, it was great chatting. We hope Hurley is doing well and kicks cancer's butt!
Please consider starting a new topic elsewhere so we can get to know you and help any way we can.
5 December 2021