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Sweet dog in big trouble

Katie, a doxie/terrier mix, only 4 years, has a brain tumor. She is walking like a drunken sailor, falling down, left eye has permanently dilated, seems out of it at times. This has advanced from falling a week ago to severe disability. She was severely abused and emaciated when I found her in a ditch. I've had her for a year and a half and she finally trusts her environment and her family. Very sweet temperament, afraid of cats. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
  MissNoodle on 2008-08-12
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UPDATE: Katie is responding to the prednisone prescribed by her doctor; her eye has contracted and she is getting around a little better!

What I am looking for is constitutional remedies - treatment is buying her time and I was hoping to use that time to begin peeling back the layers of her issues. How do I get started? Any resource suggestions would be very much appreciated. Thank you.
MissNoodle last decade
I would also check out Activated Liquid Zeolite. Its all natural and safe. I've read and heard some truly amazing stories re people as well as animals. 2 in particular were a racing horse that had cancer in his nasal passages and a dog that had a brain tumour, both responded sucessfully to the zeolite.
cassiefoley911 last decade
Cassie, thank you!! I've looked into zeolite and it looks like it might hold real promise. I know Katie suffered nutritionally and that she must have eaten garbage, bugs, who knows what in an attempt to survive. I have ordered some - I so appreciate the suggestion!!
MissNoodle last decade

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