Mammary Tumors in Dogs
Unfortunately, our canine friends are the most likely out of all domestic animals to develop a tumor. They develop mammary (breast) tumors at three times the rate of people. Supporting your dog with powerful natural supplements can reduce the risk of mammary tumors developing in dogs, as well as help support a dog diagnosed with mammary tumors. Use NHV remedies together with conventional medicine for your dog’s mammary tumor recovery.
How NHV Supplements Can Support Dogs Recovering from Mammary Tumors
These supplements are formulated with powerful ingredients that are gentle on your pet’s body. Turmeric is an excellent anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antifungal, antibacterial, and antiseptic, and is shown to be very beneficial for pets fighting cancer. Milk Thistle helps to naturally strengthen and regenerate your dog’s liver and kidneys, which is important for dogs with cancer as it helps the body remove toxins. It has strong detoxifying and healing properties. Nature’s Immuno is a blend of medicinal mushrooms that work especially well to balance the immune system and fight infection. The mushrooms used in this blend have been proposed as an excellent adjunctive therapy to chemotherapy.
Other NHV formulations, including BK Detox and ES Clear, are potent blends of herbs such as Slippery Elm, Chinese Rhubarb, Red Clover, and Burdock. All of them play a part in supporting the total wellness of your pet as they heal.
Use natural supplements for dog mammary tumor recovery. Supplementing your dog with natural supplements by NHV during their treatment by a veterinarian can aid their recovery process significantly.
Symptoms of Mammary Tumors in Dogs
- Lump(s) in and around the breast
- Lump(s) in and around the mammary gland
- Redness and pain in the affected area
- Diminished appetite
- Lack of interest in exercise
- Loss of hair
- Coughing and breathing difficulties
Sadly, 40 percent of all tumors in dogs are found to be malignant (cancerous), and while the exact cause is unknown, hormones are believed to play a significant role in their development. This is evident by the fact that mammary tumors occur only rarely in male dogs and infrequently in females spayed late in life.
Mammary tumors are usually diagnosed by physical exam. Typical mammary tumor treatment options include surgery to remove the tumor or the entire breast.
Examine your dog frequently for signs of tumors, paying particular attention to the glands closest to the hind legs. Never self diagnose your pet or administer any product without first consulting your vet.
To support your pet’s recovery, always ensure they have a constant supply of fresh water and eat only high-quality, nourishing food. Spaying your female dog before their first heat will also greatly reduce their risk of developing this type of cancer.
Comprehensive Support with NHV
Natural supplements for dog mammary tumor recovery are beneficial in improving your pet’s quality of life. Order your preferred supplements for your dog today, or contact us to speak with a pet expert.