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Osteocarcinoma

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    Anonymous

    I am new to these boards so I hope I am in the right place. My probelm is two fold.

    The first and most crucial is that my eight year old German Shepherd was diagnoses with Osteocarcinoma and the outlook is very bleak. The specialist is recommending amputation of the left rear leg followed by chemo and radiation. IF we decide to go this route, is there any type of natural treatment we can include to help lessen the effects of the chemicals in is system? IF we decide to not go this way and let his live out his months in peace are there any products to help with discomfort, extending his time, etc.?

    The second concern is that we have recently acquired another German Shepherd pup from the same bloodline. What if anything can we do to help the prevention of this horrible disease?

    This situation is new to the family so I am in the early stages of research to find a potential cause for this. The primary thing right now is to do as much as we can for the stricken dog and worry about the little one later.

    Any tips, suggestions, recommendations would be appreciated. Thank you for your help.

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    Dr. Jeff Feinman
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    [quote=Jay48390]Any tips, suggestions, recommendations would be appreciated.[/quote]

    There are LOTS of changes that you can make for both dogs. Start by readin some of my holistic care and diet information. Dr. Hamilton’s book is another essential tool. You should then consult a holistic vet (preferably one with classical homeopathic training) to become part of your health care team.

    Dr. Jeff

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