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What are the symptoms of lymphoma diseases in dogs.?

Dear friends whom ever reading this if you know any idea about curing my son. please help me. I will be very thankfull to you people. I have a kid, he is a 2 yrs Grate Dane. My vet told he is having lymphoma symptoms and I m gonna take him to hospital for complete check up. please give me some diet idea. please help me to save my son. I am taking him to hospital to check the level of infection my vet told that this is the beginning v can cure him but for my satisfaction I am taking him to the hospital. Friend who knows about this disease please help me out. I will be very thankful to you.
By mathivanan · 18 Jun 2011 6:51 pm

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By pennypup · 19 Jun 2011 2:56 am
What symptoms are they? There are many types of lymphoma.

General signs are fever, loss of appitite, weight loss, vomiting, hair loss, increase in water drinking and urination.

If the lymph nodes under the jaw, armpits, behind the knees and groin enlarge, this is indication of Multicentric lymphoma.

Gastrointestinal lymphoma is indicated by a decending of the abdomen as the organs swell.

Lymphoma of the skin presents as itchy hairless patches, as lumps or as inflammed skin.

A biopsy would be needed to confirm it's presence. As for curing him, the only way would be through chemotherepy and even then, it'S rarely cured.
Untreated dogs generally live an average of 2 months after the symptoms apprear.
I wish I had more positive news. I'm so sorry if it is lymphoma.
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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 19 Jun 2011 10:09 am
in cancer symptoms keep carbohydrates low as its thought that cancer cells spreads faster with lots of carbos.add omega 3 for better skin condition.
"Dogs rarely die of cancer. They usually succumb to secondary liver or kidney failure. These are cancer side effects that can usually be avoided by controlling the diet"
The first rule for feeding a dog with cancer is to STAY AWAY FROM GRAINS!
Change to homemade or raw diet as mositure present will help kidney function better. Kibbles being dry exerts more pressure. break the meals in 3-4 times a day.reduce salt intake.

For diets make it to a ratio of 80:20 ( meat: veggies)

Read more online on diet

HTH!!!


PS : Take vet opinion (atleast 3). Do a liver and kidney function test to assess the damage if any. Also consult vets at justanswer.com. take every treatment done by your vets in wirting..no vague talks. be professional. You pay to get the reports by him.
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By mathivanan · 21 Jun 2011 7:04 am
@pennypup:he is having only the lymph nodes under his jaws enlarged remaining nodes remains the same and i had given the blood samples for test thankyou very much for your advice ill post the result once i get it from the lab it will be wednesday or thursday for sure.thnks once again
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By mathivanan · 21 Jun 2011 7:11 am
@doggies dude anil thankyou so much for your advice i had taken an exrey and my vet inspected and confirmed it that there is no affection in the lever and all so once the blood test resultsx shows negative then ill be very happy......will post the result when i get it,thnks once again
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