I have a dog name Sweetie, she is a good happy dog. This problem i got is recently happen, a boil that grows on her gum and it become bigger everyday, she is a sweet dog and i do not have any problem rising her ever since. It hurt to see her like this, i even gave her soft diet as least she can eat her food without bleeding that boil in her gum. I brought her to the vet and he suspected it a tumor, a bit risk if ever she will be operated for she is 10 years old, which makes me so sad. I cant do anything and i do not know what to do. She still bark, run and wagging her tail as if she is good. But when you see the boil, i feel sad and it hurt me to know that i can not do anything. the vet gave me 2 or 3 weeks to observe, but it does not give me any assurance that she will be good, she had been with me ever since a small puppy and i have no problem with her.Taking care of her is not a problem for i love my dog. But at this point i do not know what i can do since i am just an ordinary sales clerk in one of the store here. what i am asking is not for me, i am asking help for my dog, she need help. Can anyone have any ideas or anything that can help my dog? I am from the Philippines and people here have different though in regards to animal. I can not just ignore her condition for she is a very sweet and good dog. Some say i should put her to sleep which i can not do. she still bark, run and do what dog did. Please anyone help . Anyway thank you for your time in reading this.God bless everyone .
but it seems that yet again this forum didn't send it through.I cured my dogs bowel cancer with nutrition & i believe it is a diet that is a basic for all dogs & good health.
Of a morning i give them a meal of rolled oats, good for digestive healing,brocoli full of B vitamins,sardines which have omega 3 oils,a pinch of salt for minerals, 5 drops of a good applecider vinegar & 5 drops of olive leaf extract both for antiviral & imune function as well as heart & general wellness.
For the evening i give them, oats, carrot for a complete vitamin, raw eggs for minerals & amino acids, salts,olive leaf extract, apple cider & in both meals i include 10% to 20% water which helps the dog digest the food & absorb the nutrients. I suggest vitamin C could be good for your dog as it is used to treat some forms of cancer. Try to feed your dog as much raw food as they will eat (mine cant get enough) the oats i use should be soaked in hot water before giving it in a cooler form, this stops any bloating as would happen with dry food. hope this helps a private message is welcome to anyone who i can help further.
My lab has some kind of growth on her gums. The top of it kind of looks like hamburger but will not come off and I am not cutting it off. I have called vets in my area to have it removed and all want about a thousand to remove it. Any Ideas of how to make it go away on its own? email me at am83r21 at yahoo dot com