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ladywolf
post Dec 24 2009, 02:09 PM
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Hi all--

I'm sure this has been covered before, so maybe you can point me in the right direction for information if it has. I just lost one dog, and I may be about to lose my wolf, who probably has lymphoma--and I'm wondering what I can feed her to help her fight off cancer? I'm willing to do the whole homemade dog food thing for as long as necessary, but don't have a very good idea of what that would be. Tantalizing recipes that aren't too expensive, anyone?

Thanks in advance, and Merry Christmas!

Margi and Ladywolf
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Rhapsedy
post Dec 24 2009, 02:28 PM
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Hi Margi,

As you know Callaway had lymphoma and he lasted longer than the vet thought he would. I read that you should feed your dog mostly protein if they have cancer. I cooked Callaway ground chuck for breakfast and dinner and he loved it. I don't know if this helped to keep him alive longer but I would like to think that it did.

Hi all--

I'm sure this has been covered before, so maybe you can point me in the right direction for information if it has. I just lost one dog, and I may be about to lose my wolf, who probably has lymphoma--and I'm wondering what I can feed her to help her fight off cancer? I'm willing to do the whole homemade dog food thing for as long as necessary, but don't have a very good idea of what that would be. Tantalizing recipes that aren't too expensive, anyone?

Thanks in advance, and Merry Christmas!

Margi and Ladywolf
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Rhapsedy
post Dec 24 2009, 02:33 PM
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Hi Margi -

Check out this website... http://ezinearticles.com/?Lymphoma-In-Dogs...s&id=963350


Hi all--

I'm sure this has been covered before, so maybe you can point me in the right direction for information if it has. I just lost one dog, and I may be about to lose my wolf, who probably has lymphoma--and I'm wondering what I can feed her to help her fight off cancer? I'm willing to do the whole homemade dog food thing for as long as necessary, but don't have a very good idea of what that would be. Tantalizing recipes that aren't too expensive, anyone?

Thanks in advance, and Merry Christmas!

Margi and Ladywolf
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post Dec 24 2009, 05:16 PM
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ladywolf
post Dec 25 2009, 10:39 AM
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Thanks, all, for your input. I'll check out that link after Christmas.

Where's the "Pet Diet and Nutrition Forum?" I don't see it listed anywhere...

Thanks and Merry Christmas!

Margi and the Wolf
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