Archive for the ‘Dog Cancer’ Category
Bodie is a Staffordshire Bull Terrier/Cattle Dog mix who survived Mandibular cancer. Bodie’s owners used nutrition to help Bodie recover from cancer. This story was written by Bodie’s owners.
B-Naturals Newsletter – June, 2009 Cancer, Dogs and Supplements By Lew Olson, PhD Natural Health While treatment options can vary for dogs with cancer, supplement recommendations remain fairly consistent for each type. The idea of supplements for cancer is primarily to support the dog’s immune system. No supplements or alternative methods can ‘cure’ cancer, but […]
Some health conditions may call for changes in the diet for your dog. While there are many commercial prescription diets for some health conditions, you can prepare fresh food diets at home. A fresh food diet can provide a variety of foods that can be helpful in insuring the best nutrition and help keep the fussiest dog’s appetite up so he will continue eating.
By Lew Olson • June 2004 Newsletter The information contained in this newsletter should only be used as a guideline. Always make sure you have a correct diagnosis from your veterinarian before proceeding and always follow their directions and protocol. New research in the 90’s showed some promising developments for specific diets for dogs with […]
Nutrition for Dogs with Cancer By Lew Olson • Summer 1998 Newsletter This article is a review of five theories on nutrition in dogs with cancer. It is hoped by reading and reviewing these concepts, that a better understanding of the dogs nutritional needs will be understood. Most of the concepts are similar, and at […]