Fatty Tumors

by Ginny
(Phoenix, AZ)

Can anyone recommend a product to help shrink/remove fatty tumors in dogs? I have an 8 year old Yellow Labrador Retreiver that has just started getting fatty tumors with in the last year. Please help.

Ginny

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Tumor On My Dog
by: Anonymous

My family ha had 5 out of 7 dogs die of cancer over the years. So when my 7 year old Labrador Greyhound mixed dog got a tumor like spot behind her ear the size of a green pea. She also had a couple of white tiny spots in her mouth on the lower gums that my last Lab mix had that I had to put down for cancer. I decided I was done with Kibble dog food. I was not going down the road to cancer again. So I researched raw dog food and chose a commercial company that has the right balance of meat to fat ratio. Half fat to half meat. The also have a little veggies but thats not important in my opinon. There are also supplements in formulation. It is a good balance. They ship to me so its not sitting in a warehouse waiting to be shipped to the dog store. I also put it on a monthly automatic order ensuring I get it every month. Her tumor like spot was gone in 4 weeks ! You need a variety of meats, but 2 to 3 types would work. You are able to customize what you get and they offer a 2 week special. I cannot guarantee you will get the same results but it's worth trying. A lot of times diet is the problem. Its called DarwinsPet,com

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Fatty tumors
by: www.thepoophappens.com

Unfortunately fatty tumors are very common in older dogs, specifically labs. Have your vet check them to make sure they are JUST fatty tissue. Good luck! For good tips on keeping up on your dogs help by keeping your yard clean, check out websites health page "healthy home" that talks about the dangers of dog feces left to build up in the yard.

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lumps
by: Anonymous

My dog had one on his right side and it seemed to reduce in size since giving him chlorophyll with grape seed added. I was concerned at first knowing that grapes were bad for dogs but after checking found that it was okay and quite beneficial. Massaging the spot gently may have aided in this shrinkage.

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