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My dog needs your help..

My dog was recently diagnosed with a spinal cord Tumour. The lesion is localized to the caudal cervical or upper thoracic region .The lesion is localized to the caudal cervical (C6-C7) vertebral column, or in the C7 – T3 region, worse on the left. I have been to the best Vets around and was told Surgery may not heal him infact cause more trouble due to the location of the tumour. I really want to save my dog as he is only 9 years old and his breed tends to live 12 to 15 years. He is a cockapoo/Spoodle.

I met someone Randomly at a party who recommended a homeopathic doctor in India and I have been consulting with him over the phone. I wanted some reassurance that the medicine is okay. The doctor sounds great but having not met him in person , worries me a little.

He recommended Lathyrus 30 - 2-3 Drops in 10 ML water Twice daily -8 am and 6 pm
Thiosinaminum 3X - 2 tablets , twice daily 11am and 8 pm.

Please could someone guide me if these would help ? Symptoms of my dog :

He use to very energetic but in the last two to three months, he has become much quieter. At first, he was reluctant to go up or down furniture, but now, he does not try to go up the couch, stairs, bed or car. He has great difficulty getting up from a sitting position. He slips frequently on the floors at home. His left hind limb is worse.

GAIT AND POSTURE: Ambulatory. There is moderate hind limb ataxia and weakness, worse in the left hind limb. The gait shows chronicity as indicated by the automatism present in the hind limb gait. In the front limb, the gait is short and choppy, suggesting an upper thoracic or caudal cervical lesion. During the examination, when he was put on lateral recumbence for the evaluation of the spinal reflexes, he had great difficulty to put himself sternal from this position. It was more pronounced when he was getting up from his right side than from his left side.

Thank you people. you are amazing for helping each other..
[Edited by Robbiefernando on 2017-11-14 07:14:07]
  Robbiefernando on 2017-11-14
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The doctor suggested good remedies. Silicea, Causticum, Plumbum Met are other possibilities which may be considered later.
kadwa 5 years ago

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