Natural Cancer Treatment for Pets

Pet Cancer


Note from Larry,

Dealing with pet cancer can be expensive, ineffective and very stressful on both you and your pet.  When your pet is diagnosed with cancer you are given the choice of chemo or radiation or both. What is the quality of life for your pet? Your pet cannot tell you how they feel or what they are going through.

A natural cancer for pets can offer in most cases improved health and quality of life and in some cases relief from pain. There are certain things that you must do and pay attention to when going with a alternative therapy. Diet is number one. Avoid any thing that comes in a can, bag or box, most commercial foods.

There are companies on line that sell dehydrated pet mixtures that you just add water to. There is also an online company that sells lamb, kangaroo, red dear and lamb that has been blanched and frozen. It shipped to you frozen and you have to keep it frozen.

My favorite method is to make a stew with ground meat, rice, lots of vegetables.  Make a big batch and then put it into your refrigerator and dish out as needed. This way you know exactly what your pet is eating. This will not work as easily for cats because they are picky eaters. Instead a steady diet of raw meat – fish, ground beef, etc.

Cancer and Loss of Appetite

Now if your pet is not eating, that is bad. If you can not get your pet to eat, they will die of organ failure before they ever succumb to their cancer. So the first thing you should consider is improving their appetite.  This is done with Hydrazine Sulfate. Syracuse Cancer Research Institute has been researching the use of Hydrazine Sulfate in pets since 1966. You can call them and ask for the dosage information on your pet.  Dosages are based on animal weight. They should also give you an idea of the foods and medications to avoid. Hydrazine Sulfate does not seem to have a taste to it so it is east to give your pet the product either mixed in the food or introduced in the side of their mouth with a syringe.  Most of the time you will see an increase in appetite in a few days.

A Natural Cancer Treatment for Pets

Once you have your pet eating you can start pH Therapy with Cesium Chloride, potassium and DMSO. See, Cesium is not recommended to be given orally to pets. I have been working with people and pets for 18 years and have found that if you give your pet the Cesium orally, they will develop a upset stomach, throw up and loose their appetite.

I came up with a solution years ago to address this problem in pets. The method I developed was to give the cesium externally mixed with DMSO. Dosage is based on weight and cancer location for pets. DMSO is a great carrier product when mixed with liquid minerals. DMSO is also a great anti-inflammatory and can be used over the area of the cancer several times per day as much as needed.

Potassium Chloride is a good salt substitute and can be added in the correct dosage in a meal every day.  You should see a change in your pets behavior usually in a couple of days. It is important to keep your pet hydrated and you can add a product called A-O2 to the drinking water to help improve alkalinity in the digestive track. You can also add a product called 10Zymes that are anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, thins the blood and helps break down cancer cells.

Now the reason I am recommending Cesium is because Cesium is a natural immunotherapy treatment that it brings the alkalinity of every cell in the body up to a point that causes only cancer cells to become dysfunctional. A dysfunctional cell looks like a damage cell to the immune system. So the immune system will start attacking the cancer cells. Some times there can be a little swelling do to the immune system response. If this happens then use of DMSO can help. On the other side of the coin healthy cells love being more alkaline. It slows the cell metabolism down, makes the cells more efficient and they do not produce as much lactic acid and live longer. Really this therapy is a anti-aging therapy with the benefits of also being anti-bacterial and anti-viral. Any thing in the body that does not like the increased alkalinity or another words (increased oxygen levels), will suffer the effects of an immune system attack.  This is not a guarantee therapy. Chemo is not a guaranteed therapy either but is may cause your pet to suffer.  Using Cesium Chloride and Hydrazine Sulfate, in combination is the best and safest and cheapest way to treat pet cancer. Energy levels seem to increase along with appetite. Bottom line, there is a very good chance your pets quality of life will improve.

Natural Cancer Treatment for Pets Results

I have worked with all kinds of cancer including nasal, liver, lung, etc. with good results. I have even worked with cancer in horses and the PH Therapy seems to work very well with them too. I have many testimonies on people who have used this therapy on their pets with great results. One note, if your pet is a breed with life expectancy of say 10 years and they are 9 years old when diagnosed with cancer, what you have to consider is the quality of life for the time your pet has left. The bottom line when dealing with animals and cancer is improving the “Quality of Life”. Consider what Chemo and Radiation do to humans. Can you expect different side effects when it comes to your pet?

One thing to consider in looking for a supplier is great phone support. Also making sure you are getting a good quality product. For example Cesium Chloride and Cesium Carbonate are not the same product and carbonate products do not seem as effective as chlorides. Strength of the product is important too. If you have any questions or concerns please give us a call at 800-760-4947 or 951-639-9708. My consultations are always free of charge.

Related Pages

Liquid Hydrazine Sulfate Supplement

Fulvic Acid for Pets

Pet Diet and Nutrition

Hydrazine Sulfate and Pets


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The information contained herein is not medical advice and is not intended to replace the advice or attention of your pet veterinarian. Consult your veterinarian before making any changes to your diet or starting a supplement program.

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