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After “benefil” problem, I still wouldn’t give them a penny of my money (glycosphate) and it’s still on the market !!!
I wouldn’t feed any purina to my dogs. I think their beneful helped give one of my last Greyhounds cancer. Also a man in California is suing them for benefits effects on his dogs. (Several died). “Nutrish” is well liked and rated highly and Walmart has it for $29.00 Per 40 lb. bag !!!
I used tohave springers and now have rescue Greyhounds. We now feed them Nutrich which is highly rated and only $29.00 for a 40 lb. bag at Walmart!
I made a mistake. The school with the hyperbaric chamber is Auburn in Alabama.
A top veterinary university in Alabama now has a hyperbaric chamber for dogs. Cancer hates oxygen and this chamber can provide at least 4x the normal ambient not hurting your dog in any way. I recently lost a greyhound to Osteosarcoma but didn’t know about this cancer treatment at that time. It’s being used on humans with some good results. Good luck to you. Call I.U.
I’ve read where curcumin and ? help fight cancer in humans. I’m trying it presently.
Which new dog food?
Thanks for sharing. One thing I read was don’t feed kibble to a dog with cancer. The carbs just turn to sugar and sugar feeds cancer. This is the part I hate about pets. It’s so hard when you lose one. I hope he lasts longer then expected.
Best, Steve M.
I know one thing that may help with canine cancer.
Stop feeding kibble!its carbohydrates and turns into sugar. Sugar feeds cancer big time !!!
I wouldn’t buy anything purina touches!
Doctor:I have a greyhound recently diagnosed with osteosarcoma. What diet should I feed him?
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Switched from Denamarin to SAM E available in any drug store. Much more reasonably priced and same basic ingredients. Was recommended by a lady who runs a very large state of the art kennel where I live.
Take a look at Wellness Simple. I have a greyhound that has liver disease. Too soon to tell but I’m hoping. No more Hills and definitely nothing Purina. Suggest you read a new book out “Canine Nutrigenomics”. It has a wealth of info on feeding and nutrition. (free sample in Kindle).
Trying Wellness Simple now for my two greyhounds. So far so good. One definitely has a touchy stomach (9 yrs. old). The other (6 yrs. old) is a very finicky eater. Consider reading “Canine Nutrigenomics” (free sample in Kindle). Brand new book and excellent. Among other issues, discusses food depending on your time and budget. Highly recommended.August 23, 2015 at 10:01 am in reply to: Merrick Limited Ingredient Salmon — need new recommendation …. #77413 Report Abuse
I like Merrick too but now will not buy because of Purina. I strongly believe their “BENEFUL” helped kill one of my greyhounds and made one of my present ones contract liver disease. Every time I see someone buying it in the market I stop them and tell them about the law suits against Purina.
Finally got through to Bayer, the manufacturer. They would not tell me what the 85% “other ingredients” are other than to say they are “proprietary’ and therefor would not say what they are.
InkedMarie: Tried numerous times, can’t get through.