I was looking at the slippery elm, did it work well, did you have a hard time getting your dog to drink it?auntiestoopid
Thank you so much Terry. I will try the bread, if I can get him to eat again.auntiestoopid
Hi Terry, That is the best way, I think. It's so important for dogs to eat their food, that it's better not to "pollute" it with any meds. I did the samemausmom
The group started because of Jazzie and will continue in memory of Jazzie who died on October 4, 2008. It will always be so difficult for me to say that she died, but in living, she gave me a deep passion to help animals with cancer. Because of supplements like Neoplasene, we got 16 months with her when the vets only gave us 4 months.
You need to closely monitor your pet and if you must back off for a time, it's worth making every effort to use this because it works. Sadly, Jazzie did not have a healthy gastric environment--her cancer was probably why she had such a fragile gastrointestinal tract. If we could have stayed with Neoplasene, and if she had been younger, we would still be telling her story. Now, in her memory, to honor her incredible courage, I ask that you fight this ugly disease.
We are not veterinarians but dog owners discussing our opinions and experiences in using this supplement. We do not recommend using neoplasene without the support of a qualified veterinarian. It is a supplement that can be very dangerous when used incorrectly.
- Apr 30, 2008
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