Dog Cancer - McDowell's Herbal Treatments

Herbal Supports for Canine (Dog) Cancer

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‘Anal Gland Carcinoma’ (Cancer) is becoming increasingly common in our canine companions. In general these cancers result from the breakdown of bodily processes and because of impaired immune syst...

Bladder Cancer is not as common as the Incontinence and Kidney problems that arise due to aging, structural prolapse and/or chronic infection in dogs. However it is beginning to appear more ...

Many dog owners contact us here at McDowell's Herbal seeking input into their decisions related to starting or continuing Chemotherapy for their dog with cancer. We are always happy to work with them ...

Fatty tumours or Lipomas may be large or small and can occur anywhere, but are most commonly found in the armpit, side, and abdominal area. Fatty tumours can grow to enormous sizes and because of this...

Fibrosarcoma is commonly referred to as a "hard tumour." It usually originates from connective tissue such as those associated with cartilage, bone or muscle. Veterinarians are often presented with se...

Hemangiosarcoma is a very aggressive, high-grade soft tissue sarcoma with the most common areas affected being the spleen and heart. A highly malignant cancer which preys on blood vessels, it can spre...

Liver Cancer is becoming much more common in companion dogs nowadays. Vets and alternative practitioners are increasingly devoting much of their time to animals with Cancers that were almost unheard o...

Sadly, Lymphoma is much more common in companion dogs nowadays. Vets and alternative practitioners (alike) are increasingly devoting much of their time to dogs (and Cats) with Lymphoma. Older Vets wil...

Mammary Gland Cancer is (as with Cancer in general) becoming much more common in companion dogs nowadays. Vets and alternative practitioners are increasingly devoting much of their time to animals wit...

Maritime Pine Bark Extract is our primary immune system tonic for all Canine cancer patients. This specialist antioxidant is nearly 25 times more powerful than Vitamin C and as such clears free radica...

Along with Lymphoma and Osteosarcoma, Mast Cell Cancer is becoming much more common in companion dogs nowadays. It is believed that a generalised breakdown of the metabolic and immune systems and bodi...

Skin tumours are common in dogs. To the best of our knowledge there are about 20 different types of skin cancers and they can be benign or malignant. The tumours can arise from either deeper or surfac...

Osteosarcoma is one of the most common canine cancers. It has risen from being almost unknown 50 years ago to epidemic proportions nowadays. It is now affecting younger and younger dogs especially tho...

Prostate Cancer is becoming much more common in companion dogs nowadays, but it is still rare. These days, we see approximately one case of prostate cancer in one hundred cancer reports. Ten years ago...

Many dog owners contact us here at McDowell's Herbal seeking input into their decisions related to starting or continuing Radiation Therapy for their dog with cancer. We are always happy to work with ...

Along with Lymphoma and Osteosarcoma, Spindle Cell Cancer is becoming much more common in companion dogs nowadays. The causes are open to debate but it is believed that a generalised breakdown of the ...

Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC) is becoming much more common in companion dogs nowadays and seems to be catching up rapidly with the incidence in both humans and horses if the referrals to our practice ...

Transitional Cell Carcinoma (TCC) is becoming much more common in companion dogs nowadays. The vast majority of these cancers are found in the bladder. Sadly, as the symptoms are quite similar, TCC is...

Cancer of the Uterus in dogs is very rare and according to easily available reports, even when it is diagnosed, in 90% of cases it is benign. This is good news for most owners and for the dogs. ...

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