Signs of Cancer in Dogs

“According to veterinary oncologist Dr. Stacy Binstock, estimates show that 25%-33% of dogs will have cancer at some point in their lives. It is the number one cause of death in older dogs… The good news is that you can help with early cancer detection and early treatment of your dog.” Whole Dog Journal

Animal nutritionist Dr. Richard Patton and many others  advocate for a balanced raw diet and to avoid dry kibble due to high soluble carbohydrates. This is especially important for dogs battling cancer since carbohydrates will feed cancer.   KetoPet Sancturay has simple and free recipes you can download.

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I’m-Yunity Extends Lifespan of Dogs with Cancer

KetoPet Sanctuary

While not a cure, KetoPet has found the ketogenic diet to be effective in improving outcomes when treating canines with cancer. In fact, 55% of the dogs who graduated from the KPS program are still going for long walks, enjoying belly rubs, playing catch, and experiencing a quality of life far beyond their original prognosis. Some of these sanctuary dogs are even living cancer-free.

KetoPet Calculator (simple diets for dogs fighting cancer!)

Creating a ketogenic diet for your dog, made SIMPLE

A ketogenic diet is one that is high in fat, adequate in protein, and low in carbohydrates (carbs). When non-fibrous carbs are significantly reduced, protein is moderate, and dietary fat is increased, the body will naturally switch its primary fuel source from carbohydrates to fat. Once a person or dog begins using fat for fuel instead of glucose, the liver breaks down those fats into ketone bodies which are then used for energy by tissues throughout the body. This process induces a healthy metabolic state called ketosis.


Should you vaccinate a dog with cancer?

Dr. Karen Becker answers the question here on facebook.

Heartworm pills for dogs fighting cancer...?

Dr. Karen Becker discusses the question here.

Reduce Your Dog's Cancer Risks

Make sure your lawn is safe for your children and pets by following organic care practices. Studies have linked canine cancers to lawn chemicals. (See Below) In addition to coming in contact with pesticides, herbicides or other chemicals and tracking these chemicals into the home, many dogs enjoy eating grass. Why do dogs eat grass?

Studies Link Canine Cancers to Lawn Chemicals

Dogs Absorb Lawn Chemicals

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Omega‐3 supplements may protect against TZL (T‐zone lymphoma (TZL)



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