Pets and Cancer
There are many sites that offer suggestions on how to treat pets with cancer. These sites include:
Alt Vet Med has a great directory of alternative vets at http://www.theavh.org/refcover.htm.
Dr. Bob & Susan Goldstein of The Earth Animal Center for Healing run a Veterinary Hotline. For more information, go to http://www.garynull.com/Helpline/PetHotline.htm or call 203-222-0260. They offer counseling and referrals.
Shirley's Wellness Cafe has a variety of inks and provides quite a bit of information on alternative cancer therapy for animals, side effects of vaccines, antibiotics, and pet nutrition.
Then Some Health Pet Health Care has some great links at http://www.thensome.com/petcancer.htm
Healing Hands discusses Reiki, massage, and acupressure information for animals - Virginia area
The Pet Project lists holistic vets in the Los Angeles area
Natural Animal Health in the UK, including a list of vets offering alternative therapies in the United Kingdom
Books on using alternative therapies for Pets:
Encyclopedia of Natural Pet Care
A listing of books is at http://www.altvetmed.com/pages/publications.html
Enzymes, nutritional supplements and nutrition programs for animals:
Robert McDowell's Herbal Treatments is a very informative sight offering information on cancer and herbal remedies.
Nzymes.com has nutritional supplements used by vets as an alternative to harsh medications and chemotherapies to help reduce pain and restore mobility in pets of all ages. (Mention the Cancer Cure Foundation and get a free bottle with your first order.) You can also consult with a nutritionist.
Additional listing of vets that use alternative therapies:
To contact a vet that uses laetrile in treating cancer:
Walter A. McCall, D.V.M. - Campbell, CA (408) 378-5190
In Meridan, CT, contact Stephen Tobin, DVM at (86) 238-9863
Countryside Animal Hospital - Dr. Gloria Weintrub in Medford, NJ 08055
(609) 953-3502 offers conventional and alternative therapies.