When Your Vet Gives Up [MP3]

Speaking with Your Veterinarian about Hard to Remove Dog Cancer Tumors

It’s a sad fact that some canine cancer cases are harder than others. Some of what Dr. Dressler discusses in this webinar may be news to most veterinarians in private practice, and some may be new to all vets.

  • How to deal with a timid veterinarian when you want to try new things
  • How to advocate for your dog
  • Specific tumors that are difficult to remove
  • Strategies to work with

As always, Dr. Dressler takes reader questions during this webinar.

Seminar Details

00:06 Dr. Demian Dressler:

The dog cancer journey.

05:43 Dr. Demian Dressler:

Overcoming the discomfort of dog cancer and being your dog’s advocate.

07:36 Dr. Demian Dressler:

The mindset you need when you are told that there are no other options left, and tumors and surgery.

20:24 Dr. Demian Dressler:

Increasing life quality with supplements, immune boosters, and nutraceuticals.

24:49 Dr. Demian Dressler:

Answers reader’s question on increasing life quality, immune boosters, supplements, nutraceuticals, and chemo side effects and toxicity.

39:30 Dr. Demian Dressler:

Answers reader’s questions on using nutraceuticals in a dog with renal insufficiency and cancer.

44:05 Dr. Demian Dressler:

Answers reader’s question on the melanoma vaccine and radiation.

46:46 Dr. Demian Dressler:

The side effects of chemotherapy.

52:06 Dr. Demian Dressler:

Answers reader’s question on mind body therapies.

54:43 Dr. Demian Dressler:

How to go about finding a good oncologist.

55:53 Dr. Demian Dressler:

Non-surgical ways of attacking tumors, matrix three beads, and neoplasene.

69:26 Dr. Demian Dressler:

Canine prosthetics.

70:06 Dr. Demian Dressler:

A study and using cisplatin and pharmaceutical grade sesame oil.

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