Mast Cell Tumors in Dogs | Supplements | Treatments
Has your dog been diagnosed with a mast cell tumor? If so, we are here to help. A holistic approach with diet changes and supplements can be used along with conventional treatments by your veterinarian to support your dog's immune system and prevent recurrence. Mast cell tumors can be found in any breed of dog but are most commonly found in certain breeds such as Boston Terriers, English Bulldogs, Weimaraners, Golden Retrievers, Pugs, Beagles and Boxers. Athough some canine mast cell tumors are benign, most are malignant. Mast cell tumors are one of the most common tumors in dogs. Canine mast cell tumors are the most common type of skin cancer found in dogs. They can be found on the limbs, inbetween toes and in the spleen, liver, and bone marrow. Both normal and cancerous mast cells contain chemicals that can be released into surrounding tissues. When these chemicals (particularly histamine) are released into the normal surrounding body tissues, side effects can include digestive problems (for ex: bleeding ulcers), skin rashes, shortness of breath and other symptoms. Mast cell tumors vary greatly in their size, shape, appearance and texture. The only way to definitely identify them is with a biopsy and pathology report which evaluates them based on location, grade and size.
Diet Changes And Natural Supplements For Mast Cell Tumors Can Help
In addition to conventional care provided by your veterinarian, natural holistic care and supplements can help improve your dog's long-term health and prognosis. Ask
Ariel has extensive experience helping dogs with mast cell tumors using hypoallergenic, low-carbohydrate diets and natural supplements. The supplements most important for treating mast cell tumors (please see detailed information below) include: AllerEaze, CW Paws, Immune Harmony, Amazing Omegas, Curcumin for Pets and Resveratrol for Dogs. These products help control the histamine response, fight cancer and reduce inflammation which lessens recurrences. Mast Cell Tumors (MCTs) have a high likelihood of recurring so it is very important to try to help control recurrences using the appropriate diet and supplement regimen.
FREE Diet Tips With Your Order
Many dogs with mast cell tumors have a history of allergies. Dogs with mast cell tumors need a low carbohydrate, novel protein diet avoiding ingredients that can weaken immunity and increase the likelihood of another mast cell tumor recurring. Ask Ariel has helped clients achieve exceptional results with MCTs so be sure to include what you are feeding your dog on the order form at checkout. We will review your pet's information and include a free diet suggestion on the packing slip that comes with your order.
Ask Ariel's pet supplements have been used successfully in veterinary hospitals since 2005 and are recommended by veterinarians nationwide. If you have questions, please feel free to email us at support@AskAriel.com We will be happy to provide you with additional information about our natural remedies for mast cell tumors, but please know that due to veterinary regulations we cannot provide individualized consultative advice without a physical exam.