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Dog -mammary tumour

My dog (female-10 years old) has one swelling under her chest and one near one of her nipples. These swellings do not seem to trouble her but the one near the nipple has since last few days become hard and increased in size and become brown in colour.
I'm not able to go out of the house till maybe 8th of December-at home I have among other remedies, silicea 30, phytolacca 30... Is there any biochemical I can give in the meantime? I have mag phos, nat phos, kali phos, calc phos...
Thanks
Gita
 
  gitamadhu on 2008-11-28
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pls give a dose of phytolacca 10M and wait for result atleast 15days...

dr.deoshlok sharma
 
deoshlok last decade
I have only got phytolacca 30-can I give that?

For getting the other potency I will have to wait at least till Dec 8th-I'm unable to leave the house.
So far it seems not to trouble her anyway.
Thank you so much for advice
Gita
 
gitamadhu last decade
Mammary tumors have occurred most in pets who are fed commercial pet foods. Vegetable juices(not canned, actually juice the vegetables), starting with a base of carrot juice and adding other juices, ie, celery,broccoli, lettuce, a bit of radish,etc.( a book on juicing will give you some ideas)-several tablespoons to 1/2 cup or so a day( depending on the size of the pet) have been known to dissolve such tumors and switching to a BARF(bones and raw food diet) has prevented their recurrence.
 
orian last decade
She does not like vegetables-I have started adding a wee bit of veggie in her meat.. Actually until 3 years back her food was boiled meat but now she has a bit of dog food too. Bet unspayed female dogs get these tumours. Even my dog in my childhood when there was no dog foods at all- she used to have rice and yogurt and sometimes meat.
 
gitamadhu last decade

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