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What if you could triple your dog’s chances of survival by getting everything you need to fight back against their cancer before time runs out?
What if you knew exactly how to treat it, how to care for your dog and how to prevent future risk, instead of standing by and watching your best friend suffer in silence?
If you’re anything like me, then the pain of watching your dog suffer from one type of cancer after the next is heart wrenching.
And even worse, is watching the kids slowly lose their special friend, their source of joy and love, with a total feeling of helplessness. That really hurts.
And if your dog is sick right now, then I feel for you. I truly hope that he/she will make a quick recovery… and that this is a one off illness that doesn’t return for many years, if at all.
This website will offer you everything you need to know to finally be able to care and protect your dog from one of the country’s biggest dog killers… cancer.
So keep reading, as I’m going to provide you with all of the vital warning signs, treatment options, different types of cancer, nutritional guides, home caring, and so much more.
Once you have this information to hand, you will have full control over the situation and will be able to have a direct positive impact on your dog’s health and life from today onward.
And that’s important, because the following information could literally make the difference between a dog that is close to their last days, or a dog that bounces back and spends another three, five, or even ten years lovingly by your side.
Plus, dogs are 8 times more likely to develop bone cancer than humans, and 35 times more at risk of developing skin cancer than humans.
It’s true. Dogs have a much greater chance of developing cancer than humans, and the signs are often much less obvious.
So it is clear to see why cancer is the leading cause of non-accidental death in dogs, with 35,000,000 (35 million) of the dogs in the US today already suffering with cancer or at great risk of developing it in the near future.
In fact, according to statistics, every dog has a greater than 1 in 2 chance of developing cancer in their lives.
Your dog may already have cancer. It’s not uncommon. It’s also not uncommon for it to return, or for dog owners to be confused and lost when it comes to treatments, general care, or ways to prevent cancer from coming back.
I don’t blame dog owners. We’re a loving bunch, but we don’t always have the information we need, when we need it the most. And that’s because it’s so easy to make mistakes when caring for our dogs.
If you don’t know the causes, then the cancer has every chance of coming back. Surprisingly, many causes of dog cancer are not natural or age related. There are many causes which can be controlled and prevented through your dog’s environment and lifestyle. Even more shockingly, some of the causes of cancer are actually things you would ume are healthy and essential for a dog, such as certain foods and treatments.
The key to beating cancer in dogs is to treat it as early as possible. If you can’t see the signs from an early stage, then early treatment is practically impossible. Early signs can be subtle, so don’t wait for a huge physical problem to occur before considering that it might be cancer, as this could be too late.
Medical treatment is essential, of course. However, there are many holistic and home based treatments that dog owners can do to prevent, treat and even reverse dog cancer. This ranges from general care to diet and nutrition.
Treatment of cancer is often focused around existing illness or recovery. However, one aspect of cancer which many dog owners neglect is actual prevention of cancer in the future. It’s not enough to ume that spotting the signs early will be all you need to do. To truly ensure that your dog spends many more years as a loving part of the family, it is essential to be able to do everything you can to prevent cancer from returning… after all, the next attack could be more severe and much harder to treat.
So now that you know what NOT to do, and you know how high risk and common dog cancer really is, it’s time for you and me to focus on a solution.
In this guide, I’ll be showing you a wide range of techniques, advice and information that will have a direct impact on your dog’s health and chances of surviving cancer.
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