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Dog reacts to her Cancer test results.
(For licensing or usage, contact licensing@viralhog.com) Kailua, Oahu Hawaii. -- Overnight Lily got sick. She could hardly stand. We took her in and they found a tumor on her spleen. She was bleeding internally, and so anemic her breathing was affected she needed a blood transfusion or she would be dead in hours. Once they stabilized her they told us it was Hermangiosarcoma, and its very common in Golden Retrievers. It comes on fast and she only had days to live if we didn't do surgery. The bad news was that even if we did do the surgery she'd only have months. There was a small chance, only 10% chance that it was the benign kind. The vet said that in her 20 years of emergency medicine, she never had a case where that happened. We had to make a choice fast. We didn't want to give up. We emptied our savings account and did the surgery. They removed a 6 pound tumor! (photo below) She immediately seemed better. But they said it would only be temporary. That in a few months she would bleed out. I kept saying, "but what if it is benign?" They were clear that it has never happened and we should be prepared and just enjoy our time with her. One week later we got the results. This was the moment I told her. ***update 4 months later Copper her lifelong companion was diagnosed with lymphoma and was given 2 months with no treatment. The money made from this video went to paying for treatment. He lived 8 months happily before passing away with Lily at his side. Lily is sad but still with us! Mahalo to the vet tech actually used her own dogs blood to give Lily an emergency blood transfusion! For anyone doubting this happened: This is the tumor: http://i.imgur.com/98nTTOn.jpg This was her scar: http://i.imgur.com/erUxGDI.jpg Recovering: http://i.imgur.com/reHKNoy.jpg THANK YOU to Davison from LOLPervs for all the YOUTUBE words of wisdome! Go check her out: https://www.youtube.com/user/lolpervs UPDATE: We now give our dogs the Turkey Tail mushroom. It has had major success against this kind of cancer. If you have a golden retriever or a German Sheppard they are at HIGH RISK. Look into this. Don't lose your baby to this asshole cancer! HATERS: Yes this happened, no I didn't have a treat, yes she gets excited at my voice, yes its annoying and yes she doesn't understand English. She was happy because I was happy. Pet people get why this video touched people and its raising awareness of this kind of aggressive cancer. If you don't get it, you probably have never bonded with an animal and that is sad.
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Dog Reacts To Cancer Test Results | The Dodo
This dog's reaction to her cancer test results is just perfect! Video by: Eli Ralston Love animals? Watch more videos from The Dodo: https://www.thedodo.com/video/ Subscribe to The Dodo channel: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TheDodoSite Follow The Dodo! Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thedodosite/timeline Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/dodo Watch our Snapchats: https://www.snapchat.com/add/thedodo.com Love our Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedodo/ Reblog us on Tumblr: http://the-dodo.tumblr.com/ Check us out on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/dodoforanimals/ For the love of animals. Pass it on.
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Cancer Treatment For Dogs Starts Human Testing
CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has more.
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Dog Cancer Can Be Killed!!!
My Charlie live for 17 months past his given life expectancy of two weeks to one month. he was symptom free during that time, with Stage four Lymphoma and a huge Mast Cell tumor.
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How To Detect Dog Skin Cancer
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10 Cancer Signs in Dogs You Should Not Ignore
In this alarming but useful video, you will learn most early signs and symptoms of cancer in your pet dogs that you can detect in early stages and start a treatment accordingly. You should not ignore these cancer symptoms and inform your veterinary physician as soon as possible about these signs. You will also discover why breeds like Rottweiler, Indiana dogs, Bernese Mountain Dog, Bouvier, Red Australian dog, German Shepherd, Pomeranian puppy, Great Dane, hound dogs, Labrador Retriever, French Bulldog, Bichon Fris are more prone to cancer as compare with other dog breeds. 1. Abnormal bumps that persevere or continue to grow Mostly such swelling or inflammations appears on dog nose, under eyes or paws. You can notice such sign in the early morning or when your dog wakes up after sleep. 2. Wounds that don’t heal Getting scores is a common thing for home pets but it usually starts healing up in one or two days, in case it taking so long, it’s an alarming sign. 3. Weight loss A rapid weight loss is one of the prominent causes in dogs diagnosed with cancer. 4. Loss of desire for food Loss of appetite during fevers or common sickness is a normal thing but if your dogs start losing its hunger without any cause, it means something is wrong deep inside your pet. 5. Bleeding or puss liberation from anybody opening An unusual bleeding or puss discharge from gums, nose, rectum or any other part of your dog could be a serious sign of some fatal illness. 6. disgusting smell If you got an offensive odor from your dog breath, urine or stool for a long period of time, it could be a cancer sign. 7. complexity in food eating or swallowing If this problem starts all in a sudden and antibiotic failed to response, it means a big trouble is coming toward. 8. wavering to exercise or loss of energy If your dog got tired easily or suffocated while a little walk, it could be pregnant or an alarming sign of cancer. 9. constant lameness or rigidity This is a common sign in advance stages of cancer in dogs especially when you don’t find out a reason by yourself. 10. Difficulty inhalation, urinating or defecating. It could be an effect of some rotten food otherwise you must your doctor ASAP.
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Cancer in dogs - Vet advice
Cancer in dogs is one of most worrying canine conditions. In this video, six year old Husky, Flash, has been brought into Abbey House Veterinary Hospital with a nasty lump on his leg. Vet Laura Smith explains the vast majority of lumps are benign, but sends a sample of dog lump to the lab for confirmation. The veterinary advice given in this video is of a general nature only. If you are concerned about your own dog's health, always take them to your vet.
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Dogs Learn To Detect Cancer
They detect drugs, know when people are about to have seizures, and now dogs may be able to tell when people have cancer. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports it could lead to an at-home test for some cancers.
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Your Dog Has Cancer. Now What?
A detailed description of treatments that may help your dog live longer. NOTE! I am NOT a vet, nor do I have any medical training. Please consult a veterinary expert before making any medical decisions for your pet.
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Testing my dog's Intelligence (Golden Retriever)
And of course I took him for a walk. He's my spoiled boy, he get what he wants ♥ Subscribe ► http://www.youtube.com/user/kellyxkilljoy Facebook ► http://www.facebook.com/kellylouisekilljoypublic Twitter ► http://www.twitter.com/justkellylouise Blog ► http://www.kellylouisekilljoy.blogspot.com Instagram ► http://www.instagram.com/kellylouisekilljoy My shop ► http://www.shopkilljoy.com TEST YOUR DOG'S INTELLIGENCE 6-8 Genious | 2 points: at most 15 seconds 3-5 Average | 1 point: at most 30 seconds 1-2 Low | 0 points: over 30 seconds 1. Place a towel over your dogs head. - How long does it take your dog to get out of it? 2. Place a treat under a towel while your dog watches. - How long does it take your dog to find the treat? 3. Place 3 cups upside down on the floor. Place a treat under one of them while your dog watches, then lead your dog out of the room for 30 seconds. - How long does it take your dog to locate the cup with the treat? 4. Go get your dog's leash. - Does your dog get super excited and runs to the door (2), a little bit excited (1) or does it not care at all (0)? THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR WATCHING!
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Can dogs be trained to detect the smell of cancer?
For the past few decades, researchers have been exploring the possibility that cancer, possibly created by the growth of tumors, actually has a particular odor -- and dogs can pick up on that smell. Some doctors believe this area of research may lead to more efficient screening methods and cancer treatment procedures. Special correspondent Dr. Emily Senay reports.
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11 Symptoms Of Cancer In Dogs
11 Warning Signs of Cancer in Dogs That Every Owner Should Know: It's one of those unimaginably horrible things that we like to ignore exist, but dog cancer is very real and can strike any family at any time. However, if we keep our eyes open for the signs of dog cancer, we can catch it early, take our dog to the vet for treatment and greatly increase their chances of survival. The key is knowing what those signs and symptoms are. Find This Video Helpful? Please click below to share my website with friends & family. For more information check out: Our Website: goo.gl/4i6ovK Our Facebook Page: goo.gl/Ynt1qg Our Youtube Channel: goo.gl/glWkzo
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Cancer detecting dog visits Detroit
A dog that has saved lives by detecting cancer visited Detroit firefighters.
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Could Your Dog Detect Cancer? -- The Doctors
Subscribe to The Doctors: http://bit.ly/SubscribeTheDrs LIKE us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/FacebookTheDoctors Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/TheDrsTwitter Follow us on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/PinterestTheDrs Susan was perplexed when her dog, Bella, began persistently poking at her breast. That is, until her annual mammogram showed that Susan had developed invasive lobular carcinoma, the second most common form of breast cancer. Learn more about how dogs can detect cancer and other dangers.
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Curing your Dogs Cancer with Cannabis Oil
NOT JUST FOR HUMANS - Using cannabis oil to treat cancer on animals & humans. We do have the rights to the music being used in this video.
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What to feed a Dog with Cancer (Hemangiosarcoma )
Busters Anti Cancer Treatment ! 1st thing in am: Arteminisin mixed with 2 TBLS of organic canned salmon Cocoliscious food Wait 1 hour Feed 2x arteminisin at night on empty stomach . Then for regular meal (2x a day) 1/4 canned food organic either COCOLICIOUS or your choice if organic canned food 1/4 cup Scoop of the dried natural lamb food kibble a from REAL MEAT. 1/4 cup chopped organic kale (can be steamed a little ) 1/4 of a boiled chicken breast organic from costco 3 baby carrots chopped up Vitamins to mix in: One C caps from PET ALIVE , open capsule and mix in Two micro algae concentrates from Optimum Choices "F3+ Bio Preparation" 1/4 scoop Pro thrive Senior daily digestive Aid & Osteoarthritis Preventative (contains Glucosamine and probiotics ) One pump of Wild Alaska salmon oil . Backstory: My baby , Buster, is a pure bred American Cocker Spaniel, 13 years old , and is quite the charmer for both me and women. Unfortunately he just was diagnosed of a rare cancer called HEMANGIOSARCOMA , (cancer of the blood) which affects only 7% of dogs . It's been pretty devastating seeing my baby go from always begging and doing tricks like roll over and play dead , and even dog parkour, to being lethargic, having bloody stools and shivering within two months. He was diagnosed with a tumor in his Spleen, and had it removed, during which they found another cancerous tumor. Usually after diagnosis of hemangiosarcoma dogs have 1-3 months left. The doctors suggested chemo therapy , to extend his life , but we have chosen a holistic approach and are feeding him everything organic, no grain , chinese herbs, probiotics, turmeric... Buster has survived 4 months post op and made it to his 13th birthday! He's still flirting with the ladies, bubbly and excited , has great energy, appetite and still chases squirrels and begs for bacon. He's really had a great life , and has brought me so much laughter and happiness , I just want him to feel comfortable for the rest of his time here. He is my Therapist, and has been there through so many of my broken hearts, hard times , lost jobs, and tears . I am so impressed with his tough strength to fight this cancer with such a great attitude ! Stay tuned and subscribe for the HOW TO MAKE ANTICANCER HOLISTIC FOOD FOR YOUR DOG !
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Dog with Cancer Gets to Play in Snow One Last Time Thanks to Generous Volunteers
A dog owner wanted to fulfill the promise she made to her dying dog, giving him one last play in the snow. Ashley Niels adopted Spunky while she was going to college in Wisconsin. They toughed out the long winters together for four years, but the pup loved playing in the snow. When they moved to Texas Niels promised Spunky he would get to play in the snow again one day. Just recently Spunky was diagnosed with cancer and Niels says she couldn't let him go until she made good on her promise.
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These Dogs Can Detect Breast Cancer By Sniffing
This Dog Detected Breast Cancer By Sniffing And Saved a Life
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UC Davis researchers testing if dogs can sniff out cancer
Researchers at UC Davis are hoping dogs will be able to smell cancers not reliably detected by doctors. Subscribe to KCRA on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1kjRAAn Get more Sacramento news: http://kcra.com Like us:http://facebook.com/KCRA3 Follow us: http://twitter.com/kcranews Google+: http://plus.google.com/+kcra
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Bone Cancer In Dogs: Holistic Options
http://www.veterinarysecrets.com/news Bone cancer or osteosarcoma is a common type of cancer in medium and large breed dogs. Dr Jones shows you how it is diagnosed, then discusses conventional and natural remedies that you can use for your dog at home.
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The Dog That Can Detect Cancer
For more news visit ☛ http://english.ntdtv.com Follow us on Twitter ☛ http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision Follow us on Facebook ☛ http://facebook.com/NTDTelevision It's a special dog: a military Belgian Shepherd that has been trained to detect signs of cancer in patients' urine. According to French scientists, the dog can do it far more accurately than any currently available scientific technique. Here's more. A French army sniffer dog would normally be trained to identify explosives or drugs but Aspirant is different. The Belgian Shepherd's handler, Corporal Anthony Fremont, says the dog is now as adept at identifying prostate cancer as it is contraband. [Corporal Anthony Fremont, Army Dog Handler]: "At first we thought it was a joke. But we inquired a little bit when we heard the news, and we found out that similar experiments had been conducted abroad, in the United States in this case." The French version of the idea began in a laboratory in Paris where Olivier Cussenot researches urinology at the Tenon Hopital. Knowing that a dog's sense of smell is roughly 200,000 times better than a human's, he hopes to develop an accurate automated test for a form of cancer that is notoriously difficult to track. [Olivier Cussenot, Prostate Cancer Specialist]: "The ultimate goal would be to be able to determine that a particular smell represents a particular cancer which would allow a machine to do the same job. In that case, you could standardize the task enough to establish a diagnostic test." And Aspirant has proven that it might be possible. In tests, he identified hidden samples of urine from patients with and without prostate cancer. The dog correctly identified 63 of 66 samples from cancer sufferers and even one from a donor who did not know he had the disease. [Olivier Cussenot, Prostate Cancer Specialist]: "If he sits near the sample, that's the way he says that the sample is positive. And we will then consider that this person's urine contains cancer cells, or at least contains molecules linked to prostate cancer." The World Health Organization says around 250,00 lives a year are lost to prostate cancer and the researchers hope Aspirant's nose can sniff out a way to get that number down.
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Dog Dies of Cancer After Sniffing Out Her Owner's Lung Cancer
A beloved dog who sniffed out her owner's cancer has passed away from the disease herself. Heidi the German Shepherd/Lab mix made headlines last year when her owner, Anne Wills, credited the dog's odd behavior with saving her life. Heidi, a trained search and rescue dog started acting strangely last February. Anne took Heidi to the vet, but he couldn't figure out what was wrong. Then Anne decided to go to the doctor herself. To her shock, a cat scan revealed that she had Stage 3 lung cancer.
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Dog trained to detect cancer in humans
Janice Wolfe, founder and CEO of United K9 Professionals, demonstrates how Wyatt, a Rhodesian dog can detect cancer. Wyatt sniffs the breath of firefighters Eric Yetman, of Syracuse, and Marc Suggs, of Buffalo.
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Marine Dog With Cancer Gets Tear-Filled Farewell
Hundreds of people in Michigan came together to say a tear-filled final goodbye to a cancer-stricken dog who served three tours in Afghanistan with the U.S. Marines. (July 28) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Get updates and more Breaking News here: http://smarturl.it/APBreakingNews The Associated Press is the essential global news network, delivering fast, unbiased news from every corner of the world to all media platforms and formats. AP’s commitment to independent, comprehensive journalism has deep roots. Founded in 1846, AP has covered all the major news events of the past 165 years, providing high-quality, informed reporting of everything from wars and elections to championship games and royal weddings. AP is the largest and most trusted source of independent news and information. Today, AP employs the latest technology to collect and distribute content - we have daily uploads covering the latest and breaking news in the world of politics, sport and entertainment. Join us in a conversation about world events, the newsgathering process or whatever aspect of the news universe you find interesting or important. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress http://www.ap.org/ https://plus.google.com/+AP/ https://www.facebook.com/APNews https://twitter.com/AP
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How to Care for a Dog With Cancer
How to Care for a Dog With Cancer. Part of the series: Dog Health & Injuries. When caring for a dog with cancer, try to help control the pain, ease any nausea and maintain a healthy appetite by making the food more appealing. Take steps toward making a cancerous dog more comfortable with information from a practicing veterinarian in this free video on treating canine diseases. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_5238557_care-dog-cancer.html
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VIDEO: ASU researcher testing cancer vaccine on dogs
Could the cure for cancer come from a shot? Our four-legged friends are about to be the first to try it out. An ASU researcher hopes his invention might soon help save both dogs and people. (January 4, 2018)
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Puppies testing their future working dog skills
The Penn Vet Working Dog Center (WDC) recently received an injection of cuteness—and talent. Five Labrador retriever puppies from the “Q litter” reported to the Center to start qualified training on Aug. 21, at exactly 8 weeks old. These puppies, while undeniably adorable with their oversized paws and insatiable curiosity, also represent all the different facets of the WDC’s serious mission of optimizing the production of valuable working dogs, a mission that involves research, breeding, training, and education. Despite their young age, more than a decade of expertise has already been invested in their pedigree, and thousands more hours of training will be required before they’re ready to work at any number of life-saving jobs, such as detecting cancer, narcotics, and explosives. Though other universities are engaged in various aspects of working dog research and breeding, Penn’s Center is unique. “No one else has their puppies cared for by foster families like we do and no one else starts training as early as we do,” says Cynthia Otto, WDC director. The Center, Otto’s brainchild, was established in 2007 but launched as a full-fledged operation in 2012, when the first puppies arrived at the Pennovation Works campus to begin training. Since then, nearly 40 dogs have been part of the Center’s training program, which entails a schedule familiar to many human office workers: The dogs train at the Center from about 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. before retiring home to romp about and bond with their foster families—all volunteers—during nights and weekends. The Q litter’s story began with their mother, Ffoster, a 4-year-old yellow Lab. Ffoster came to Penn Vet as part of a partnership with the Department of Homeland Security’s Transportation Security Administration (TSA). The TSA had established a breeding program aimed at developing top-rate explosives detection dogs, but the program was shut down in 2013 after it lost funding. As part of the partnership, Penn received two of the TSA’s dogs. One female, Zzisa, was bred last year—and the “P litter” of nine puppies was the result. Ffoster is the second TSA dog to be bred. “Ffoster is a very special dog,” says Otto. “She’s excelling in ovarian cancer detection. She is also one of the older dogs at the Center, so we wanted to breed her while she was still in her prime.” The Center chose to maximize the diversity of the litter by inseminating Ffoster with genetic material from two males, one from the TSA program and one from Canine Companions for Independence (CCI), an organization that specializes in the breeding of dogs to provide assistance to people with disabilities. Her six puppies received names, according to TSA convention, in honor of 9/11 victims: linQ, Quinn, Quiqley, Quilty, Quori, and Quackenbush. As part of the breeding agreement, CCI will keep one of the puppies and one will participate in some WDC testing, but will be owned by Eric and Tracy Darling, who cared for Ffoster and her puppies during their early weeks. The other four will live with foster families during their training. Many other working dog programs don’t start training canines for their detection jobs until they are a year or older, but the overachieving Penn puppies officially begin at eight weeks—and the research on them starts even sooner. When the puppies were just three weeks old, WDC staff, volunteers, interns, and residents began using a protocol supplied by the U.S. Border Patrol’s canine training program to evaluate their dogs using a variety of behavioral and sensory tests. On a visit to the Darlings’ home one warm afternoon this summer, the puppies and the WDC team were caught in action. Lorenzo Ramirez, a post-doctoral fellow at the WDC, proffered small jars containing distinct scents to the puppies one at a time and noted their reaction. “Narcotics,” Ramirez announced as he waved the jar under the puppy’s nose. “Indifferent to narcotics,” he noted, the puppy turning his head away. “Arson.” The puppy licked the jar. “He’s a fan of arson!” “Pepper.” The puppy balked. “He doesn’t like pepper, not at all.” The task isn’t necessarily designed to test a dog’s affinity for certain scents, Otto says, but rather to begin stimulating neural pathways the puppies will rely on as they learn to detect and differentiate odors. Additional tests involve playing “fetch” with jangly keys or rattling cans to measure the puppies’ drive and boldness, while others require handling the puppies in various ways to evaluate their social tendencies. “We’re looking for the bolder, more outgoing dogs that want to chase things and aren’t scared by loud noises,” Otto says. By pairing the power of pedigree with early, directed training, Otto hopes to continually improve the pool of dogs that are available to serve society with their sensitive noses and confident demeanors.
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Dogs  trained to help detect cancer!
DOGS:Now the dog (your best friend) can save your life! SUBSCRIBE : https://www.youtube.com/user/TopTipss?sub_confirmation=1 Dogs are awesome,dogs trained to help detecting cancer! -Cancer-sniffing dogs are saving lives study showed that trained explosive-detection sniffer dogs can detect prostate cancer in urine in 93% of cases -Cancer-sniffing dogs are saving lives- researchers trained two sniffer dogs to identify urine samples from men with prostate cancer. They then allowed the dogs to sniff urine samples from men with or without prostate cancer and indicate which ones had the prostate cancer smell. One dog correctly identified all the samples from men with prostate cancer, and the other dog identified 98.6% of them. This study suggests dogs can be trained to differentiate between urine samples from men known to have prostate cancer and people without the condition. But further testing should be carried out to test whether the dogs can accurately detect men with prostate cancer who are not yet known to have the disease although The researchers concluded that a trained sniffer dog can identifychemicals specific to prostate cancer in urine with a high level of accuracy,it seems unlikely that dogs would be routinely used on a widespread basis to detect prostate cancer instead of the traditional testing methods such as (PSA) test. PSA -prostate specific antigen-is a protein produced by the prostate. The PSA test is a blood test that measures the amount of prostate specific antigen in the blood. This type of study is suitable for an early-stage assessment of the promise of a new test. If successful, researchers would need to go on to test samples of men who are currently undergoing assessment for suspected prostate cancer, rather than those already known to have the disease. This would better assess how the dogs would perform in a real-world clinical situation. -Now your best friend can save your life- although There's no proper research to show that untrained dogs can detect cancer,some dog owners reported that they were lucky because their beloved dogs alerted them to cancer by nuzzling Certain body part insistently. -dogs can smell cancer on your breath- other studies have also found that dogs are able to sniff lung cancer on humans' breath and there are probably other medical conditions that dogs may be able to train to assist with and help people stay healthy. information source : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/behindtheheadlines/news/2015-04-13-how-dogs-could-sniff-out-prostate-cancer/
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Meet Swoosh, a cancer therapy dog
A new study finds that pet therapy dogs reduce stress for young cancer patients and their families.
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Can Dogs Smell Cancer?
We know dogs have an incredible sense of smell, but is it good enough to detect the scent of cancer cells? Why Are the Biggest Animals on Earth Vegetarian? ►►►►http://bit.ly/22pfFLR Why Do Dogs and Cats Eat Grass? ►►►►http://bit.ly/21Xvns2 Sign Up For The TestTube Newsletter Here ►►►► http://bit.ly/1myXbFG ____________________ DNews is dedicated to satisfying your curiosity and to bringing you mind-bending stories & perspectives you won't find anywhere else! New videos twice daily. Watch More DNews on TestTube http://testtube.com/dnews Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannel DNews on Twitter http://twitter.com/dnews Trace Dominguez on Twitter https://twitter.com/tracedominguez Lissette Padilla on Twitter https://twitter.com/lizzette DNews on Facebook https://facebook.com/DiscoveryNews DNews on Google+ http://gplus.to/dnews Discovery News http://discoverynews.com Download the TestTube App: http://testu.be/1ndmmMq Sign Up For The TestTube Mailing List: http://dne.ws/1McUJdm
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Watch this dog's reaction to finding out she beat cancer!
Subscribe to TDS here: http://bit.ly/TDSsubscribe Lily the Golden Retriever beat the odds! She's cancer-free, after having a 6-pound tumor removed from her spleen. News, information, enlightenment. Welcome to The Daily Share. Follow TDS here: Website: http://tds.hlntv.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/thedailyshare Twitter: http://twitter.com/TheDailyShare Tumblr: http://thedailyshare.tumblr.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/thedailyshare Vine: http://vine.co/thedailyshare
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Karin Caifa reports on a group of dogs that are helping scientists design a early detection test for ovarian cancer. To License This Clip, Click Here: http://collection.cnn.com/content/clip/37042580_001.do
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The dogs being trained to smell cancer and disease
These dogs are being trained to sniff out cancers and other diseases as part of an ongoing trial into the early diagnosis of life-threatening illnesses. The detection dogs are able to notice tiny changes in smell caused by cancers, malaria and Parkinson's disease. Early results have been so impressive that the NHS has granted permission for a clinical trial into detection dogs which could see them one day become a normal part of medical diagnosis - but critics say more evidence is needed and the costs are still too high. Subscribe to us and get more videos from Channel 4 News https://www.youtube.com/c/channel4news
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Lymph Node Aspirate in a Dog
Dr Sue demonstrates how quick and easy it is to aspirate a lymph node in a suspect lymphoma case
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(1 of 3) Dog cancer treatment using amygdalin. B17. A testimony. 2010.
Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0D8HWH9Z7t0
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My Dog with Cancer Video
I have been wanting to create videos to share my experience with Pet Well Being products, while being used by my dog, Kila. We found out the middle of June that she has live cancer. Click below to see more! Much to my surprise, the vet found something suspicious when I took her in for her yearly checkup. I surely wasn't expecting this. Surgery was schedule for the day after Father's Day. The vet originally thought it was something to do with her spleen. No such luck! Instead her liver was filled with cancer. Not enough good part of her liver to be able to remove the bad parts. They closed her up and sent her home. We decided to love her for the time we had left with her. I decide to be proactive and do research. I found this wonderful product, Life Gold by Pet Wellbeing. https://www.petwellbeing.com/c/dog-products/condition/cancer . ***This is my opinion and no compensation is being made from this video. This product comes in liquid form. For my dog's size I place 10 drops in her food, two times a day. It is a natural support for the immune system, oxidative stress and detoxification. The next time I reordered I found this set: Cancer Support Kit - Dogs Cancer Support Kit - Dogs. This natural cancer support kit helps maintain quality of life. I am currently using both products. The only issue I have with the wafers is that they are hard for Kila to chew. I break them up in to 4 pieces and give them to her with peanut butter. When Kila was diagnosed with cancer, she was given 2-6 months to live, but the vet really felt it would be more like 2-4 months. My experience makes me feel that this product has allowed us a few extra months with her. I plan to continue giving it to her until she can't eat anymore. If I can get the 6 months out of her, I will be blessed. I am so glad we did not put her to sleep when she was in surgery. I would love for her to make it to 12 years old.
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New prostate cancer test inspired by dogs who can smell disease .
New prostate cancer test inspired by dogs who can smell disease .
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Dogs diagnose cancer using smell alone
Full story: http://bit.ly/1Hu7mlS Anecdotes of dogs that can sniff out cancer have been doing the rounds for years, and now the urban legend is being subjected to scientific scrutiny
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My dog has cancer. The first day of the rest of her life.
WE SEEM TO HAVE FALLEN UNDER A NO-MONETIZATION CATEGORY... I HAVE NO OTHER OPTION TO REACH OUT TO YOU, I NEED YOU TO KEEP OUR RESCUE ALIVE: PLEASE SUPPORT US ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/LetsAdopt PLEASE DONATE TO OUR RESCUE FUND: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=HWQCQ82SR48D2 Alba has been with me most of her life. She was rescued as a young dog in Turkey, so long ago, it seems like an eternity. We lived through good and rough times. Together. Today is the first day of the rest of her life. I don´t know how much longer she has, but I´ll try to make it memorable.
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My dog's black salve successful tumour removal & toenail cancer healing story
*** UPDATE ON DUNCAN**** Duncan just turned 13 in January, which is positively ancient for a Scottie dog. He has a very large tumour on his neck/chest and I do believe he's on his way out, and I'm heartbroken. But he is very old and has lived a good life. I am still working with the people at herbhealers.com and I am using black salve on the large baseball-sized tumour and giving him Tonic III from the inside, he is on an organic homemade real food diet and about 14 to 18 alternative cancer modalities such as cannabis oil, B-17, shark cartilage, turmeric, coconut oil, essential oils, flaxseed oil/cottage cheese, Vit C, medicinal mushrooms, and others. But still, I believe I'm easing his way out and he doesn't have much longer to live...he's very weak. But he is still my little fur baby and I'm going to help him fight this as long as he wants me to, but when he tells me it's time to let go – I will let him go. Please send a prayer for me and Duncan. Thank you.***** Here is my dog Duncan's black salve successful tumour removal & toenail cancer healing story. He had a tumour between his toes on one of his front paws, that was around the size of a quarter all around (thick and tall). The other paw had toenail cancer of the nailbed and had to be removed, this is the equivalent of a person having their whole finger removed! The QUALITY BLACK SLAVE called Amazon (formerly Cansema) and Izulant pain tincture are from the original makers and can be bought from: https://www.herbhealers.com - they are amazing lovely people and will help you through the process if needed. I'm posting this video to show how black salve worked for me and my dog, to dispel the disinfo out there about the bloodroot and to help others if they would like to see how the process worked. Duncan's process lasted 5 days to remove the tumour using the black salve, and around 12 days for the toe removal. The only real tough day for Duncan was when he came home from the hospital and was coming out of anesthetics and maybe the day after....other than that, he showed minimal discomfort. He is happy, healthy and doing fine, it's like either thing didn't happen, but there's about an inch less of him for me to love. :) Good luck to you and your beloved pet if you need to use black salve, it was an absolute MIRACLE of God's pharmacoepia for us, and we are eternally greatful for Nature's medicine and the help and care of our vet. ~ Andi & Duncan -------- Disclaimer ---------- This video is not medical advice, nor do I make any claims. I won't be held responsible for any action taken by you after watching this video, you are responsible for your own actions and healing. Be sure to obtain the highest quality black salve from a reputable company. I got mine and Izulant and Tonic III for internal from www.herbhealers.com and they will help you with the process! Use on a pet under veterinarian care if possible (I know it's not always possible) Follow directions exactly and make sure you take pain control measures. Be aware that your pet may not show pain as you would expect, you need to know your animal's cues and body language. Never apply on open wounds/skin. Any claims made in this video are my own experience and each person or animal may react differently.
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CBD For Dogs - A Miracle Cure for Seizures, Pain + Cancer (what you need to know)?
It seems like you can’t look anything up on the internet at the moment without reading claims that CBD for dogs will cure any and every medical problem imaginable. From seizures, to pain, to anxiety and even cancer; CBD oil is the miracle cure your vet is unlikely to be talking about...or is it! Sign up for my free pet arthritis mini-course: http://bit.ly/arthritis-mini-course There are lots of claims out there. CBD for dogs will cure cancer, stop seizures in dogs with epilepsy, eliminate pain due to arthritis as well as reverse dementia, senility and canine cognitive dysfunction. Can you believe these claims and should you be giving CBD oil to your dog? In this video I discuss the truth behind the claims behind CBD for dogs and give my opinion of when you should consider using it. Marijuana effects on dogs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZjUyD_uiwuo Dementia in dogs: https://youtu.be/hXnKXaTA0pk Arthritis treatment: https://youtu.be/_y4MnPqWyKo Placebo effect and caregiver placebo: https://youtu.be/4RzCqm4j8kE Connect with me: Twitter: https://twitter.com/OurPetsHealth Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OurPetsHealthTV Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ourpetshealth Email: https://ourpetshealth.com/contact Disclaimers: all opinions are my own, sponsors are acknowledged. Links in description are typically affiliate links that let you help support the channel at no extra cost. We are a participant in the Amazon Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon and affiliated sites. Music from Jukedeck - create your own at http://jukedeck.com The information provided on the Our Pets Health YouTube channel is not a substitute for the examination, assessment and advice given in person by a suitably qualified veterinary surgeon. The information is provided for educational and entertainment purposes only and does not constitute specific vet advice for any individual cat, dog or other animal of any species. for more information head over to OurPetsHealth.com
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How to Test if Your Dog Will Wimp Out During a Burglary
Dog trainer Mike D'Abruzzo who specializes in training guard dogs decided to put some dogs to test see how they reacted when he posed as a burglar and entered the homes of a few families.
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Hemangiosarcoma in large breed senior dogs
Hemangiosarcoma (HSA), a common cancer of older large breed dogs
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How to Prevent Cancer in Dogs
How to Prevent Cancer in Dogs. Part of the series: Dog Health. Dogs can get both benign and malignant cancers, but it's important to have dogs thoroughly examined by veterinarians in order to keep the dog as healthy as possible. Find out how getting a dog spayed or neutered can help prevent cancer with help from a veterinarian in this free video on dog health and cancer prevention. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_5361998_prevent-cancer-dogs.html
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CBD FOR DOGS WITH CANCER - Can CBD Help Treat Canine Cancer?
Subscribe === https://goo.gl/oLbBwx === Dosage Video: https://youtu.be/6PsGdKWPCZg This video covers some information about the benefits of CBD for dogs with cancer. Specifically, I quickly cover some information about cancer in dogs, and then I highlight some of the main benefits of CBD for dogs with cancer. There are two ways that CBD can help with this particular ailment. It can first help with the symptoms of cancer, and secondly it can help with the actual disease itself. In the video I highlight some studies where it's clear that CBD can help with pain, inflammation and nausea. These are 3 symptoms that dogs may have due to cancer, or due to the side effects from cancer treatments. CBD has been shown to help all of these symptoms. The video also highlights a few studies which show that CBD may help in preventing the growth and spread of certain tumors. As a disclaimer, this video is not medical advice, and I am not a trained vet. This information is based on personal experience and research. I personally had a dog who suffered from cancer. She was clearly much more comfortable after using CBD supplements. For a list of the studies mentioned on this video, or product information, refer to our official website. https://cannabissupplementsforpets.com/cbd-oil-for-dogs-with-cancer/ All the best, Blake
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How to Know if Your Dog is Going to Die
Accepting that our dog is coming to the end of its life is not an easy task. If we live with an old dog, a sick dog or one exhibiting unusual symptoms, it is normal to wonder if they may be dying. Therefore, in this AnimalWised video we’ll show you 5 of the main symptoms which appear if your dog is dying. This is both so that you can prepare to say goodbye as well as providing the maximum comfort and peace at this sad time. If you observe some ofthe signs and symptoms that your dog is going to die, you will need to take them to the vet. Not least as they may be symptoms of something which is entirely treatable. To know more about general care for your dog such as different diets, exercises, etc., don’t forget to stop by our channel to browse all of our helpful dog videos on offer. On AnimalWised you'll discover a high quality channel that's exclusively devoted to the Animal Kingdom. You'll find all sorts of content: from training, diet or beauty and everything that can be useful for you as a pet owner or animal lover. Want to become AnimalWised? Take a look and have fun with us! Subscribe to AnimalWised - https://goo.gl/70ZtOD AnimalWised Web - http://www.animalwised.com/ Our Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/animalwised Our Twitter - https://twitter.com/AnimalWised
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