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My GSD has a largish tumor in her breast, please help?

My GSD (8 yrs+, female) has a largish tumor in her breast. Her Vet has advised surgical removal but I am hesitant because of two reasons : 1. Her age 2. There is no serious discomfort and she is active otherwise. Should I go in for surgical revoval or is there any alternative therapy available?
By Parakram · 24 Mar 2009 4:55 pm

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By abhijit pawde · 25 Mar 2009 1:26 pm
ecofriendly is homeopathy aster rub 30 morn 2 drops ,belladona30 evening, conium 30 noon,thuja30night

..........next week carcinosin 30morn , capsicum30noon and medrehonium 30even
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By abhijit pawde · 25 Mar 2009 1:45 pm
the best is tu take xray chest n' abdomen since u've not mentioned d time n' date as how long this exists... if it has already spread to lungs n' liver then homeopathy is ok ........if u r not happy then.... tab methotrexate2mg half weekly once,tabcyclophosphamide50 mg half weekly once these tabs r anticancr drugs vch R DOULE EDGED SWORDS AS THEY KILL TUMOR THEY HARM PATIENT IDEALLY THESE R TO B GIVEN ON BODY SURFACE AREA ASK UR VET TO CALCULATE BSA N' then giv
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By abhijit pawde · 25 Mar 2009 1:52 pm
ecofriendly is homeopathy aster rub 30 morn 2 drops ,belladona30 evening, conium 30 noon,thuja30night

..........next week carcinosin 30morn , capsicum30noon and medrehonium 30even
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By Sonal Sood · 26 Mar 2009 10:14 pm
Be very careful while taking any decision about the surgical removal of the tumor coz there is NO GUARANTEE that the same thing will not appear agai, as you know it well in Zulu's case.
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By DogSpot Team · 26 Mar 2009 10:20 pm
Dr. Abhijit Pawde is professor of Veterinary Sciences in IVRI Bareilly
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By Parakram · 27 Mar 2009 5:34 pm
Thanks Dr Abhijit, Sonal and Rana.
I will try out the homoeopathic treatment.Its wonderful to be a part of this group. Invaluable advice.
Thanks again
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By abhijit pawde · 28 Mar 2009 2:41 pm
itd my plezr
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By Butternscotch · 03 Apr 2009 12:05 pm
I have a similar case at home....incase the growth remains the same and the feel of the tumor remains the same, i would not go for surgery... I have been using homeopathy too and so far so good... the tumor may be just lymph nodes for all you know...in that case no need to play around with them...keep a check on her diet...less of carbs and more protein...She will be fine...Good luck and God bless always... and Oh big heug to your kid!!!!
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By Parakram · 03 Apr 2009 12:15 pm
Thanks Butterscotch. I too feel that homoeopathy is a good bet
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By lois schwarz · 09 Apr 2009 8:41 pm
Tumors are genetic. Some breeds get them more than others. You said the tumor is 'largish'... I realize the dog is 8 but if you allowed the tumor to be 'largish'... that means it has been growing. a small tumor is not so bad but in getting 'largish' then it is growing... if it gets 'Very large' you may run into trouble. My personal opinion is to remove it and be done with it. if it is only 'largish' and is not a bother to her then you have caught it in time before it has really begun to be a serious problem. why wait for it to be a problem? it seems to me that surgery done on a 'largish' no problem tumor can be easier for both patient and surgeon than to wait until the tumor grows around vital organs. just my opionion and it also depends on what is 'largish'. Lois
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By Dinkar Singh · 10 Apr 2009 5:23 pm
If the dog is no discomfort and there is no muss etc in it then let it be. I have a 9 yr old boxer and he has a tumor on the side of his ribcage. Have had no problem for the last 2 yrs since it first appeared. Have also consulted vets and they have given the same advise.
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