Osteosarcoma / Bone Cancer is the single most common canine cancer and it has risen from being almost unknown 25 years ago to epidemic proportions nowadays. It is now affecting younger and younger dogs especially those of the bigger breeds. Since the 1950's with the introduction of processed dog food and with the almost complete elimination of raw meat and bones from companion dogs' diet, dogs have lost the protection that an efficient digestive system and intake of suitably balanced essential minerals, once provided.
The adoption of Animal husbandry practices where we mostly take pups away from their mum and siblings very young and bring them up on their own contributes to their weaker skeletons because they miss out on all the rough and tumble play which toughens growing bones. Also some owners subject pups to long and inappropriate walks while they are still too young and then constrain them to extremely lonely and boring existences. Then feeling guilty, owners overfeed their dog , creating a perfect environment for Cancer of Bone to develop.
The three part Osteosarcoma / Bone Cancer program includes; Osteosarcoma/ Bone Cancer Support, Special Anti inflammatory Healer and Maritime Pine Bark Extract.(Antioxidant). The Osteosarcoma / Bone Cancer Support mix includes; Bladderack, Elecampane, Equisetum, Golden Seal, Wormwood, Parsley, Yarrow and Rosehips along with the Bach Flower Remedies Oak, Olive, Pine, Water Violet, Walnut and Wild Oat. The Osteosarcoma Anti Inflammatory Support mix includes; Burdock, Elecampane, Devils Claw, Guiaicum, Boswellia, White Willow, Yarrow, Tumeric, Rosehips and Bach Flower Remedies Oak, Olive, Gorse, Mustard, Willow and Rescue Remedy. I recommend you take Maritime Pine Bark Extract (Antioxidant) alongside this mix for advanced support. The combination of treatments, along with dietary changes including (where possible and practicable) a return to a single meal each day consisting of mostly raw meaty bones offers the best chance of bringing a case of Osteosarcoma into remission (especially in younger "patients".) Sustaining the remission is harder, especially beyond the 12 and 24 month mark.
5 to 10 drops for Tiny and Small Breeds; 10 to 20 drops for Medium and Large breeds.
For Animal Oral Use Only
McDowell's staff Herbalists can not diagnose you or your companions disease or illness. What they can do is offer a herbal program to assist with healing, after you have had advice from your doctor or specialist. If you have unexplained pain or symptoms, seek medical advice.