Neoplasene: Animal C***** Treatment

– Teresa Garden, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (Talks About The Benefits Of Neoplasene Treatment For Animal C***** )

neoplasene treatment for dog tumor

Photo of a dog with facial tumor


C***** Rates in Pets are High


Research conducted by veterinarians suggests that 50% of dogs and cats above ten years old are at high risk of developing c*****  somewhere in their bodies. Furthermore, c***** is the leading cause of death in dogs and cats over the age of 10. Some cases may be detected, while some are undiagnosed. 


Dogs with c*****  can undergo traditional treatments like chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation. However, the problem with conventional c***** treatments is their limitations. That is the reason why pet owners opt for alternative therapies. One of the popular alternative treatments for pet c*****  is neoplasene. 


Pet C***** and Neoplasene


Neoplasene is a herbal veterinary medicine mainly derived from the plant Sanguinaria canadensis, also known as bloodroot. It can eradicate and treat fast-growing tissues like warts and tumors in pets. It is a popular c*****  treatment for pets, especially dogs. Neoplasene does not cost as much compared to other c***** treatments like chemotherapy and radiation.


Neoplasene comes in different forms: either topical, oral, or injectable. All three forms are available in most veterinarians. Which form to use does not depend on the type of c***** your pet has, but it will depend on the location, size, and shape of the tumor. 


For pets with c*****  who are not qualified to undergo surgery, neoplasene treatment is more advisable. Many veterinarians used this form of treatment, and there are notable success rates. 


Neoplasene For Dogs And Other Pets


Topical Neoplasene (Salve)


The topical form (salve) is an ointment applied directly to the pet’s skin, and you can do this at home. The salve is applied to small tumors (on the skin or subcutaneous tissue) of the pet. Simply apply the salve on the tumor, cover it with a bandage and leave it there for 24 hours. The salve will kill the tumor, and it will start to die off after 4-5 days.


Some pets may have an open wound that a veterinarian can easily manage for 1-2 weeks. If the process is done correctly, there will be minimal scarrings. In addition to killing the tumor, it can also inhibit the spreading of the bad cells while saving the healthy cells. 


Injectable Neoplasene


For large tumors, the veterinarian uses injectable Neoplasene X. How is the process exactly done? The tumor area is cleaned, clipped, and small doses of Neoplasene X are injected multiple times into the tumor. Within 5-7 days, the tumor will slowly die and eventually fall off. 


After seven days, you need to take your pet to the vet for follow-up treatment. Your vet may recommend salve or oral neoplasene. For large tumors, it can require several weeks for complete treatment and management of the open wound. 


The Oral Form of Neoplasene


The oral form of Neoplasene is in liquid form. It is best to treat internal tumors and c***** that metastasized to the pet. The course of action of the oral form is it circulates in the body, causing the death of c***** cells while sparing the healthy cells. 


The oral form is often partnered with salve or injection. Depending on the type of c*****, oral neoplasene can be used for several months, or for some, lifetime use may be recommended. 


How To Give Your Pet Oral Neoplasene?


Mix oral neoplasene with your pet’s food. You can use canned foods or make a home-cooked meal. You can use cooked ground meat, steamed white rice, cooked and chopped vegetables for the home-cooked meal. Make sure to mix the oral neoplasene with the meal thoroughly.


Feed your pet two times a day, ensuring that your pet is hungry and consumes all the food. Once a week, add sliced fruit to their meal. If you need to alter your pet’s feeding schedule to accomplish this, then do it. 


Can I Treat My Pets At Home?


Yes, you can treat your pet at home. If your pet has a small and visible tumor, you can use the Bloodroot salve with DMSO. Apply the ointment on the tumor and cover it with a bandage for 24 hours. If your pet has internal c***** like Hemangiosarcoma, Lymphoma, or Osteosarcoma, you can opt for Bloodroot capsules. Simply mix the powder from the capsules on your pet’s food. You can always consult a veterinarian for more tips and if your pet needs a follow-up treatment. 


Dr. Teresa Garden is the chief veterinarian/owner of Animal Health & Healing, a full-service holistic and conventional veterinary practice in the Maplewood / Richmond Heights area. Phone: 314-781-1738.



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