Hi there sorry I just saw your comment about the MCT, no I have not had to do any radiation or chemo. I use the salve as soon as one comes up (the smaller it is the easier it comes off) and it's so less invasive and virtually no recovery. has Fiona had any more? if yes you can call me for more info and I would be happy to help you find the support to use the salve and show you my photos of how it came off and how it healed.
917.568.1610 or firstname.lastname@example.org -madison
Hi Daren we are well thanks. In the begining I also found a few I have told you my story. It's great that if you find a lump you have it checked out straight away it's always best to get them early I will pray the biopsy comes back benign.
Since ET has been on the Bio Prep he has done very well his on his 6th bottle he had a lump the other day also did a fine needle and sent it away for biopsy came back as benign.
Daren you are doing great just stay strong it was crazy at first but just understanding the MCT and knowing what to do helps a lot @ least you know what to look for.
Keep well Fiona you are going to be ok you have a lot of people praying for you and lots of hugs from ET xxx
If we only did the surgery, w/o the chemo and or radiation, the cancer would come back b/c it spread to his left lymph node.....so chemo will keep the cancer away, ideally forever but the vets say it will give you some more years b4 it comes back......hopefully it wont ever come back.....
I’m so sorry to hear about your pug….but I have to say, biggie is doing well and I think he’s going to be OK!!
Biggie had mast cell cancer in his face fold – on one side…..it took 2 surgeries to cut it all out….and no guarantee it wont come back….i opted not to do radiation – b/c it of the cancer location – i didn’t want to radiate his poor lil sweet face (and it would cause blindness and dry out his salivary glands b/c his entire face would get radiation, not just the face fold). But that decision is a personal one……I opted for chemo, although many people told me not to - and only do homeopathic…….whatever you decide is a personal choice and unfortunately there’s no crystal ball to tell you if I do x and y, it will work……biggie is about 2 1/2 months in to the chemo and there are side effects – he’s is lethargic and uncomfortable – shifts around a lot and pants a lot….and the steroids he is on causes excessive hunger and excessive urination…but ill take all that for a period of time over the alternative any day…..i hope my info helped you. Every case is different…..i searched high and low to find the right surgeon/vet til I felt comfortable. I drive 45 minutes each way, sometimes 2x/week, but I feel this vet is saving Biggie’s life. Let me know if you have any other questions…..and ill be thinking of you. Lix & Pug Love, Amanda & Biggie
Aaaaaaaw. Of course u should be happy! Pug is the most wonderful thing which has happened to me! Poor thing but fortunately now is okay :)
Mine also has some scar(on his cheek) because the other dog has bitten him :(
But what is obvious we still love him maybe even more? :)
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