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Cancer Fighter Pack (Cancer Kit 4)

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Can Dogs Survive Cancer? Understanding Life After Diagnosis

Vet Talks 2 min read
Photo of a golden retriever looking dog being examined by a vet, looking very sad, to illustrate a blog that helps answer to the question can dogs survive cancer?

If your pup has received the scary diagnosis, you might be wondering, “can dogs survive cancer?” The truth is that life for your little one after the cancer treatment will change. But some dogs are able to bounce back quickly, while others take more time to recover fully. In any case, extra love and care are essential during this time. 

How Can Dogs Survive Cancer with Natural Support?

Dogs that are fighting cancer or that even had it in the past need long-term care. That’s because once a pet has had cancer, the chances of the disease returning are higher. In fact, even when a pet is in remission, which means no active cancer has been found after a certain period of time, the cancer cells might still return. 

Can dogs survive cancer? Each furkiddo has a unique battle, but you can make a difference with long-term care and natural support.

Regular vet check-ups are vital to catch any signs of cancer reoccurrence. A healthy diet, natural supplements, and a safe environment for them to recover can go a long way. Supplements can be used to complement the vet’s prescribed medication and for safe long-term support even after the treatment is over. Here are some recommendations that can help support the immune system, reduce inflammation, and help your little one fight cancer: 

Photo of a happy and healthy dog to demonstrate that the answer to the questions: "can dogs survive cancer?" is yes

NHV Natures Immuno: A blend of mushrooms with boundless health benefits, Natures Immuno stands as a steadfast ally. It reinforces the immune function and aligns seamlessly with chemotherapy. This supplement battles viral invaders, extending a hand to conditions like cancer, cardiovascular issues, liver and kidney health, diabetes, and much more. Lastly, Natures Immuno is a beacon of energy and all-encompassing well-being.

NHV ES-Clear: This potent blend contains herbs tailored for supporting and combatting cancer. It may support in reducing tumor growth and help in detoxifying vital organs. ES-Clear promotes healthy immune function, helps elevate quality of life, and rekindles vitality & energy. It also lends a hand in digestion and appetite support, which is vital for post-cancer recovery.

NHV Yucca: This vet-formulated extract has potential anti-cancer properties. It also orchestrates the delightful act of stimulating appetite, ensuring your four-legged companion savors the pleasures of food during their challenging journey to wellness.

NHV Turmeric: This golden supplement brings anti-inflammatory and nutritive superpowers to the table. It enhances vitality and lends its support to various health conditions, including cancer, heart health, and arthritis. Turmeric paints a canvas of well-being for your pet.

While all these supplements hold tremendous potential in supporting your furkiddo with cancer, consulting with a veterinarian is paramount. The formulas can be safely given alongside the vet-prescribed medications as long as you respect a break of at least 30 minutes between them.  

So, anyway, can dogs survive cancer? The answer is yes! As a pet parent of a sick pup you might have a very challenging journey ahead. But please know that we are here for you through it all. At NHV we have a team of dedicated veterinarians and pet experts that can offer personalized guidance tailored to your pet’s unique needs, ensuring that the supplements harmonize seamlessly with prescribed treatments. 

Dr. Amanda Nascimento DVM, MVSc, PhD

Dr. Amanda Nascimento DVM, MVSc, PhD

Dr. Amanda completed her undergraduate degree in veterinary medicine in 2010 and graduate studies in veterinary pathology (MVSc. 2012 and PhD 2016) at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of São Paulo. She completed her post-doctoral training at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine – University of Saskatchewan in 2018. Dr. Nascimento will be hosting her own blog series and sharing her knowledge with our extended NHV family.

Published: September 5, 2023

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