Spleen Cancer in Dogs

Understanding and Successfully Treating Spleen Cancer in Dogs

Conventional treatments such as surgery and chemotherapy certainly have their place and benefits, but these treatments only deal with the tumor itself and fail to address the underlying problem.

Malignant mammary tumors can be treated if detected early enough and prompt action is taken however it’s very likely that tumors may re-occur. Getting females spayed helps but there other contributing factors as well.

To achieve and maintain remission, we must deal with the underlying factors which are more than just bad genetics.

 Dog CancerA canine’s pancreas does not produce certain types of enzymes such as Amylase, which is needed to breakdown grains often found in commercially manufactured foods.

Main Causes for Soft Cell Sarcoma in Dogs


Speen Cancer Symtoms in Dogss

The following symptoms of liver cancer in dogs are typically  absent until the disease reaches an advanced stage:

  • Lethargy
  • Weakness
  • Loss of appetite (anorexia)
  • Weight loss
  • Polydipsia (excessive thirst)
  • Diarrhea
  • Vomiting
  • Hepatomegaly (enlarged, uneven liver)
  • Abdominal hemorrhage
Dog Cancer Diet

Conventional Treatments for Canine Spleen Cancer

Holistic Treatments for Canine Spleen Cancer

Is it a Case of Faulty Genes?

In the vast majority of cases, absolutely not. Some types of cancer are more common it certain breeds as they may be more predisposed. However, it’s important to understand that predisposed does not mean predetermined! Genetics are a factor, but there are many other factors as well.

For cancer, or any disease to develop, a dysfunction in the immune system must be present. So by addressing this area, we can greatly reduce illnessregardless of what genetic challenges a certain breed has.

All that being said, when a breed is more predisposed, this simply means that when something is challenging the immune system, this is the weakest link that we often find the effects first.

Many dogs have these same “weak links” and go on to live a healthy full lives, while some unfortunately do not. Genes are merely blueprints, and it’s how well these these blueprints are properly built upon and maintained that makes the difference.

External factors such as dietary complications and toxins are a main factor in affecting the digestive tract and immune system, which are directly linked. This intern allows for the cells to be altered and cancer to develop.

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