Treating Your Dog's Cancer Naturally
Full-extract cannabis oil, or FECO, has become popular as a treatment for cancer in dogs. FECO contains two major categories of compounds, cannabinoids and terpenes, that can produce anticancer effects, alleviate pain and inflammation, and stimulate appetite. Cannabis infused oils are also effective products, and are especially great for enabling precise dosing.
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Dog Reported Outcomes
Lymphoma, Bladder, and Oral Cancers
5-6 months of conventional target therapy alone was ineffective, as the oral and bladder cancers had both gotten significantly worse, although the lymphoma had not changed. After adding cannabinoids to the conventional therapy, in 2-3 weeks Hammer’s eye began to open a little. 1-2 weeks after that, the oral tumor had completely disappeared, as Dr. Hazzah could not find it.
Reported by Dr. Trina Hazzah
Visual lumps and malaise instigated visit to the vet. Incontinence, lack of appetite and desire to drink were symptoms of FECO use, which were effectively managed
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Cancer Dogs Resources
Angela Ardolino’s dog Nina is a testament to the power of natural therapy for extending life even in a severe case. Her Doberman had been
Linda Lyman’s dog Luna is a testament to the power of FECO and diet for extending life. Due to visual lumps and malaise, Linda took
Dr. Trina Hazzah, a veterinarian who specializes in the use of cannabis to treat dogs, reported on the case of a dog named Hammer who
For many years, dog owners have been using cannabis products and other natural options for treating aggressive cancers. By closely analyzing cases and supportive preclinical