😲 How I Cured My Dog’s Cancer

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My husband, Eric, and I went to a pet professionals conference in September.  The opening speech was about canine diets, how sugar feeds cancer, and how several studies have proven that by feeding veggies and raw meat instead of, or in addition to, kibble can slow, stunt, or REVERSE cancer.  SAY WHAT?!?  We were all ears.  BTW, if you haven’t read my previous blog post about the amount of sugar in kibble, even in grain free kibble… check that out here (click here or see link below).

This was very near and dear to our hearts as two of our three dogs have been diagnosed with cancer.  Morgyn is a Neapolitan Mastiff who is 8.5 years old and has skin cancer on her cheek. Her tumor was always seeping and bleeding.  And our next step was to send her to surgery.  The quote was over $800.😬   According to AKC’s website, a Neo’s life expectancy is 7-9 years.

Kaster is a Pit Bull mix who is 11 years old and has a large, stage 4 tumor, in his mouth. According to PetMD.com, a Pit Bull’s life expectancy is 12-14 years. Before this conference, we had always assumed this was the normal cycle of life: get old, get cancer, and…well, you know the rest. 😭

When we arrived home, we immediately went grocery shopping to buy everything suggested to add to their kibble. See below to what and how much we fed.  We started adding all this to their kibble on September 20th.  

On Monday, October 9th, (THAT’S ONLY 19 DAYS LATER, Y’ALL) we noticed her skin cancer was GONE. Let me say that again, HER CANCER WAS GONE!!! She has a scar, where it used to be.  

We spent a little extra on groceries to add the above foods to our dogs diet and saved $800 because she no longer needs surgery!!  In addition to that, we cut her narcotics(Rimadyl for her hip dysplasia) in half!  Let me add some perspective here.  Morgyn has been on theses meds twice a day for at least the past 4 years. We fill her scripts at Costco so we save a ton by doing that and it still costs $80 for a month’s supply.  More exciting even than the all the money this has already saved us, Morgyn has more spunk and energy than we have seen in her in a long time.  She used to refuse to go outside sometimes at night before bed because it was too painful for her to get up.  Now she jumps up like she did years ago and doesn’t crack and pop  like she has in a long time.  I can’t even remember the last time she hasn’t.

As far as Kaster’s tumor, I’m not sure if I can see a change in his tumor since it’s on the inside on his mouth and hard to see.  I have seen a huge boost in his energy levels, just like Morgyn’s, since feeding the veggies.  That’s enough for me to keep feeding the veggies.  Because of the results we have seen so far, we are taking the leap and going full RAW.  Raw meat in addition to everything else we’ve been feeding.  See below for what we fed and how much.

I hope Morgyn’s story is enough to make you try adding the the veggies, or better go full on raw diet.  For us, we will never feed kibble again.  Not to our current dogs and not to our future dogs.  

 

Here are the exact amounts I fed per 20 lbs:

Sardines ______________________⅛ can 2 times per week
Turmeric Paste (Recipe Below) ____1.5 tsp
Goat Milk______________________0.25 cup

Carrots________________________0.25 cup

Rotate the following greens: (can shred, mince, or use a food processor to make mush or small chunks.  The broccoli we fed whole.)

Broccoli_______________________1 floret
Kale__________________________0.25 cup
Blueberries_____________________1/8 cup

Click Here for Tumeric Recipe (FYI: we doubled the coconut oil so we wouldn’t have to add extra, otherwise you will need to add another 1/2 tsp per 20 lbs.)

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