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my dog had a peri anal gland carcinoma removed. What are the odds of reoccurance? She is a 10 year old Weimaraner

Posted by R Harris

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Sorry to hear you went through that. Cancer is really a bad symptom of a body completely out of homeostasis. With our animals it's no different than with us, that if we do enough wrong then we will get sick or rather our bodies get out of balance (homeostasis).

 Our poor carnivore pets are being fed diets that are so contrary to their nature and are also being vaccinated yearly which all can cause a body to go out of balance and ultimately become cancerous.

I'd look to do two simple things (and I do sound like a broken record with this because this is the crux of our animal health problems):

1. Change her diet to a raw diet. She is an opportunistic scavenger carnivore. When you honor that by feeding her a diet that her species needs to thrive, then she can thrive.

2. If you haven't already, lessen her vaccine load.

Below are articles and links to help you do both:

Educational websites: with our friend veterinarian Dr. Tom Lonsdale

Animal Talk Naturally shows to listen to on feeding- in order:

"Routine vaccination has adverse side-effects, either short or long term. With vaccines that are repeated year after year, the frequency and severity of these side-effects in our pets has increased dramatically. Most of the problems involve the immune system. After all, the immune system is what vaccines are designed to stimulate. But they do so in a very unnatural way that can overwhelm and confuse the immune system." donna starita mehan DVM

Dr. Ronald D. Schultz, Ph.D..- "Annual revaccination provides no benefit and may increase the risk for adverse reactions. The percentage of vaccinated animals (those vaccinated only as puppies) protected from clinical disease after challenge with canine distemper virus, canine parvovirus and canine adenovirus in the study was greater than 95%." Current and Future Canine and Feline Vaccination Programs. Dr. Ronald Schultz is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Pathobiological Sciences at the School of Veterinary Medicine, UW-Madison. Schultz, R.D. - Current & Future Canine & Feline Vaccination Programs. Vet Med 3: No. 3, 233-254, 1998 more . A chart provided in the report shows immunity levels for all vaccines currently given to dogs lasting a minimum of 5 years with most lasting 7-15 years!

Don Hamilton, DVM -Yearly "boosters" are unnecessary, provide no benefit if given (will not increase immunity). Thus boosters are either a legal issue (Rabies) or a manipulation issue (inducing clients to come in for examination rather than directly suggesting an examination).

Charles E Loops DVM - "Homeopathic veterinarians and other holistic practitioners have maintained for some time that vaccinations do more harm than they provide benefits. Vaccinations represent a major assault on the body's immune system.... Vaccine induced chronic diseases range from life-threatening conditions such as auto-immune crises to conditions destroying the quality of life of an animal as in chronic skin allergies."



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