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Dog with hard moveable lumps

Greetings, my dog was diagnosed with lymphoma. He has many golf ball sized hard lumps around his neck that can be easily felt. He has some hard lumps in this "armpit" area and his back legs. He is still eating but picky. He goes for walks but is a bit clumsy now.
  missynlas on 2015-06-01
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Please give him belladonna 30 and calcarea fluorica 30 twice a day for 7 days and see how that affects over 15 days. Both the remedies may be given at a time.

One dose means one pill or drop straight in mouth. It may also be dissolved in some water and few sips may be given as one dose.
kadwa 7 years ago
Thank you I will try

UPDATE a homeopathic doctor sent me condium 200 and recommended one dose a day for three days. Tucker has had two doses and no change. His breathing is very rapid and shallow. Absolutely no appetite. Getting very weak. Likes company and coolness. Very affectionate and willing to try but just can't eat.

NOTE: Two remedies I tried on my own before consulting a homeopathic, were calcarea fluorica which did not seem to do anything. The remedy that did seem to make a difference was lachsis. One night his breathing was so labored we were sure he was dying. One dose of lachesis and there was a big change. Breathing better and he ate a bit. But it did not last.
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missynlas 7 years ago

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