7 Cancer Remedies for Dogs and Cats..especially for Lymphoma

June 7th, 2023 at 10:17 am EDT

Cancer rates appear to be rising in our animals. I personally have had 2 dogs and 1 cat die of cancer... I have diagnosed WAY too many pets with Cancer

Omega 3 Fatty Acids are one of the few supplements documented to help support the immune system, and potentially prevent some of the cancers.

I have many pet parents reporting this is helping their pet, and on a personal side I am now on them daily as well!

  If you have yet to try them, they are definitely worth a try...

Dr Jones' ULTIMATE Omega 3 Supplement for Dogs and Cats

 This was Lewis, our lovely Black Lab cross who unfortunately died of mouth cancer...He was an AWESOME dog and I miss him

Here are some rather startling Cancer Facts- Canine Cancer affects one out of every three dogs.  Of those, over half of them will die of cancer.

80 million - the number of dogs in U.S.

27 million- the number of dogs that will be diagnosed with cancer

14 million - the number of dogs that will die of cancer in the U.S.

Cancer is affecting way to many of our pets.

One of the cancers I saw far too often in veterinary practice was Lymphoma- and still today chemotherapy can NOT cure this...

7 Alternative Cancer Treatments you may not be aware of

1.Dandelion Root

Dandelion root tea tincture, championed by an elderly leukemia patient, has sparked exciting cancer research at the University of Windsor.

There have been multiple anti-carcinogens isolated from Dandelion Root.

The home treatment involves purchasing dried dandelion root, grinding it in a coffee grinder, adding in teaspoon/20lbs of body weight to 1 cup of water, and simmering that for 20-30mins.

Allow to cool and then this is given to your pet with cancer daily.

If it is to help, most people see a response in 2 weeks.

2.Panacur for Cancer

Joe Tippens story, cancer spread, no chance to live.. a vet suggested taking fenbendazole.. Joe was given NO chance to live, and was cleared of cancer in 4 weeks

Since this has been published, other reports of people finding success with some types of cancer, and may also be able to help our dogs and cats with cancer

There is research showing how fenbendazole destabilizes part of the cell walls of cancer cells leading to cell death.

Doses for deworming 50mg/kg once daily for 3 days

Liquid is 100mg/ml concentration

Regimen for cancer is 50mg/kg once daily for 3 days on/ 4 days off

I would suggest trying it for a month to see if your pet will respond

Antioxidant/Flavonoid Supplement

One study in animals found this was MORE effective when used with a supplement of antioxidants/flavonoids..likely better then to supplement at the same time with something like Dr Jones' ULTIMATE Canine Advanced, or a mixed flavonoid supplement that includes to flavonoid from Green Tea, ECGC

3.Medical Marijuana: THC and CBD oil - natural anti-inflammatory, can help for cancer.

When my Black Lab Lewis was dying of mouth cancer, he ONLY responded to CBD/THC tincture.

I was able to get a 4:1 tincture- 4 parts CBD, 1 part THC. There has been extensive research showing postive benefits of THC and CBD for many of the common cancers. At the very least it is wonderful for pain control.

Dose of 3mg/10lbs twice daily based on the CBD concentration.

4.Medicinal Mushrooms

 Turkey Tail (Coriolus versicolor): studied for colon cancer in people, proven immune boosting. It has extensive research in Japan, and now is classified as a medicinal treatment for colorectal cancer. Few to no side effects, and works well in conjunction with chemotherapy drugs.

Studies are showing a marked decrease in cancer recurrence for people that take Turkey Tail mushroom long term after cancer treatment.

Dose of 100mg/10lbs daily.


Other medicinal mushrooms are also VERY important, and IF your dog is to have Lymphoma, then you should be considering REISHI mushroom. Several studies have shown it to be the most beneficial medicinal mushroom for Lymphoma.

The Reishi dose is 100mg/10lbs once-twice daily.

5. Ivermectin for Cancer. Another animal dewormer that was highlighted as a potential treatment for COVID 19. Current studies showing it to be beneficial for an array of cancers. There are no published animal doses for cancer, but it is used extensively in dogs/cats for parasites.

Dog dose of 1mg (.1cc) per 10lbs daily for a minimum 30 days and assess response.

6. Melatonin for Cancer

Several studies show clear benefits of the sleep hormone for most types of cancer. It is a powerful antioxidant, but also appears to modify some of the biochemical systems making the immune system more effective against cancer. It also works well in conjunction with chemotherapy/radiation/other treatments.

Doses of 1mg/10llbs 1 hour before bed

7. Diet, specifically a type of fat SHOWN to be beneficial against Lymphoma

Several studies show benefits of High protein, High fat, Low carbohydrate diets for animals with cancer. One very interesting study on dogs with cutaneous lymphoma showed 75% responding to High doses of Safflower Oil- it has the highest concentration of Linoleic Acid of any oil.

I would suggest a home/raw diet of 50% protein/50% veggies (1 lb of animal protein/50lbs daily), then adding in the Safflower oil at 1 teaspoon/10lbs daily.. the Safflower oil is actually quite tasty :-)

Heal Your Pet At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew

P.S. Cancer sucks, and more than anything, do what you can to prevent it. In our animals clearly diet is most important. Avoid known carcinogens/toxins, feed a anti-oxidant filled diet along with supplements.

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DISCLAIMER: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian. Dr Andrew Jones resigned from the College of Veterinarians of B.C. effective December 1 2010, meaning he cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make specific medical recommendations for your pet.

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