My dog has cancer. Actually, I’ve had 2 dogs with 2 different types of cancer. One died soon after being diagnosed with bladder cancer. (The chemo treatments didn’t work.) The other was only given 3 to 6 months to live after being diagnosed with canine lung cancer — but he’s happy and healthy 2 years later after I chose a holistic cancer treatment for dogs. Here are the supplements for dogs with cancer that I’ve used, plus the dog cancer diet that he eats daily.
Human Medicine For Dogs
Some -- but not all -- antibiotics for dogs and routine dog medications are identical to the human versions. Here are some lists of safe human medicine for dogs to take and human antibiotics for dogs that you can safely substitute. IMPORTANT: You must know your dog's weight, and get prior approval from your vet in case your dog has a specific health issue.
Does your dog have arthritis or joint pain? (Mine does.) Thinking of giving your dog Glucosamine or Chondroitin supplements for the first time? Here’s what I’ve learned after using Chondroitin and Glucosamine for dogs for several years now.
Dog vitamins aren’t just for senior dogs. Vitamins should be given throughout your dog’s life in order to ensure that his senior years are just as healthy and active as his puppy years were. Here are the vitamins & supplements that are best for dogs.
In case you’re wondering if you can give your dog some of antibiotics that you happen to have leftover from an earlier illness, here’s what you need to know. Plus, some tips for giving your dog human supplements like glucosamine, chondroitin, and fish oil.
There is safe medicine for dogs currently in your medicine cabinet. When using people medicine for you dog you, have to make sure that you give the correct dosage based on your dog’s weight. Use this list of safe medicine for dogs.
Here are 5 easy steps for giving your dog a pill. Trust me, it’s easy!
In addition to listing which human medications are acceptable for pets — along with the pet-friendly dosages — this article highlights the importance of double-checking the dosage information before dispensing any medications to your pets. I mentioned the dosage for LIQUID medications in milliliters ml, whereas others sometimes mention the dosage for solid medications or pills in milligrams mg. Rarely is a difference in the effectiveness of liquid vs solid medications, there IS a huge difference in dosages if you happened to mistake mg’s milligrams for ml’s milliliters.