Canine bladder cancer tcc stenting

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RE: Canine bladder cancer tcc stenting

by Shelbysmom2 on Wed Mar 07, 2012 03:12 AM

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Just to let you all know that my dog Shelby was diagnosed in August 2011 with TCC.  I read on this blog about Neoplasene.  I found a holistic vet in the area and she really opened my eyes about the type of diet Shelby should be on, the supplements and when I brought up Neoplasene she was willing to try it.  She was not willing to do the infusion method as mentioned on the Buck Mountain Botanicals website (Dr. Fox) but she put Shelby on an oral dose.  Things went along without incident until January 2012.  Then one day Shelby urinated a large puddle in the kitchen and it was full of blood and something that looked like clots.  I thought for sure her cancer had worsened.  When I took her 2 weeks later for her regular ultrasound, the vet was amazed to find that her tumor was completely gone!  Yes, I mean completely!!!  Today, she went back for another ultrasound (its been 7 weeks) and the tumor is still gone!  She is feeling good and acting like her old self again!  Please, please find a holistic vet and give this Neoplasene a try.  She is also on Piroxicam twice a week.  If anyone would like more information from me, please feel free to email me

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!! But know there is hope out there!  Shelby is going to be 14 in April.  My vet is so excited about this treatment (Shelby was the first dog she tried on it), she would be happy to talk to anyone's vet who wants more info too

RE: Canine bladder cancer tcc stenting

by HWilliams on Wed Mar 07, 2012 08:37 PM

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On Mar 07, 2012 3:12 AM Shelbysmom2 wrote:

Just to let you all know that my dog Shelby was diagnosed in August 2011 with TCC.  I read on this blog about Neoplasene.  I found a holistic vet in the area and she really opened my eyes about the type of diet Shelby should be on, the supplements and when I brought up Neoplasene she was willing to try it.  She was not willing to do the infusion method as mentioned on the Buck Mountain Botanicals website (Dr. Fox) but she put Shelby on an oral dose.  Things went along without incident until January 2012.  Then one day Shelby urinated a large puddle in the kitchen and it was full of blood and something that looked like clots.  I thought for sure her cancer had worsened.  When I took her 2 weeks later for her regular ultrasound, the vet was amazed to find that her tumor was completely gone!  Yes, I mean completely!!!  Today, she went back for another ultrasound (its been 7 weeks) and the tumor is still gone!  She is feeling good and acting like her old self again!  Please, please find a holistic vet and give this Neoplasene a try.  She is also on Piroxicam twice a week.  If anyone would like more information from me, please feel free to email me atsallieh0510@comcast.net!!  But know there is hope out there!  Shelby is going to be 14 in April.  My vet is so excited about this treatment (Shelby was the first dog she tried on it), she would be happy to talk to anyone's vet who wants more info too

Hi there.  I'm so happy to hear that Shelby's tumor is gone, what a blessing!!  I did want to tell you that I asked my specialist, who is amazing & I completely trust, about the Neoplasene & she said not many vets will use it b/c it rots the tissue.  She's only seen one dog come in who had been on it & it was vomiting blood.  She was VERY against it.  I don't want to rain on your parade, just wanted to share what I had heard in hopes of preventing any hardship for your pup.  Maybe you can get a 2nd opinion on the use of it before continuing?  I have heard Peroxicam can shrink the tumor so hopefully that is working for your little girl too.  It made my beagle very sick, so she's on Metacam instead, but I've heard it can be great for dogs that can tolerate it.   Best of luck.    

RE: Canine bladder cancer tcc stenting

by bailey661 on Fri Mar 30, 2012 05:22 PM

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On Jan 19, 2012 6:16 AM Iloverio wrote:

Not sure if you are still inerested in stenting, but we did it, and it helped a lot.  Let me know if you want more info.

YEs! I would love to hear more about your dog and the procedure....I just dont know if it is worth doing at this point. thanks for an advice!!

RE: Canine bladder cancer tcc stenting

by katiegalligan on Thu Jul 18, 2013 09:36 PM

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I read your message about your little one having great things happen hollisticly. My dog was just diagnosed yesterday with tcc and I am very interested in Neoplasene. Could you send me more info?

RE: Canine bladder cancer tcc stenting

by Baileysmom97 on Fri Jul 19, 2013 01:28 AM

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The Dr. promoting Neoplasene is Dr. Fox at BuckMountainBotanicals (add .net to the end and that's their website).  He's got a bunch of research and case studies listed. The Dr. even used the Neoplasene on himself with success.  My dog Bailey was on it for a couple of months at a very low dose which we were hoping to increase, however, her immune system had been weakened by being on constant antibiotics and she passed from something unrelated to the cancer or the Neoplasene.  She had no bad effects from the Neo.

RE: Canine bladder cancer tcc stenting

by alicat837 on Mon Nov 04, 2013 04:06 AM

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I am interested  in stenting. Did anyone have procedure on their dog?  How did it all work out?

RE: Canine bladder cancer tcc stenting

by Bobbinnoli on Tue Jan 21, 2014 03:45 PM

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Next week, I have an appt. with our dog's oncologist to discuss stenting.  Our girl, Dolly, was diagnosed with TCC in October of 2012, but lately has more trouble with urinating (she's not blocked but strains more) and incontinence.  Is there anything in particular I should ask the doctor when I see him?  I'm hoping to make Dolly more comfortable for her remaining time with us, which I hope is a long time (she's probably 15 so we're grateful for every day at this point.)

Thanks,

Stephanie

RE: Canine bladder cancer tcc stenting

by ladylindsey on Sat Feb 25, 2017 10:27 PM

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Has anyone had the Subcutaneous Ureteral Bypass procedure done? My girl is scheduled for the SUB placement for both ureters Tueasday. Stents were not going to work....both ureters are obstructed by the tumor.

RE: Canine bladder cancer tcc stenting

by jenne on Sat Jul 14, 2018 06:50 PM

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Hello,

My dog was diagnosed with bladder cancer just about 6 months ago.Ive kept him on carprofen and just started cbd oil,He is squatting more frequent Im getting really worried. I live in NYS..I see your post was2012...is Shelby still alive? Please advise..

thank you, Jenny M

RE: Canine bladder cancer tcc stenting

by ZippyBeta on Sun Jul 15, 2018 09:45 PM

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Not much action here anymore. You might want to join the Facebook group below. Lots of members to help you. I am also from NY

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