My big lab has nose cancer 2 diffrent vets gave him 1 to 2 months or 6 months with kemo, not recommended by either vet. I decided to give him strong Cannabis oil. sealed in cheese about the size of a grain of rice. he was about 76 lbs at the time.
I felt real bad at first and started out very light on the oil. The first week to 10 days, I noticed he was lethargic. He did get diarrhea the first 2 days and drooled with a spaced out look. After 10 days he was he was happy and eating again. His nose bleeds slowed. He is now up to twice a day and is very happy with it. No notice of pain and very few nose bleeds. I don't think it will cure him but the past 3 months he has been happy and back to his old self. He is 12 years old so I know longevity isn't in his future but for now he is happy and having fun like normal and odds are before the oil we would have had to put him down a month ago. Its the Rick Simpson type of oil.
ps I'd never give him smoke from cannabis or anything else that would hurt him. If I ever notice that his quality of life has bottomed out. I would do the responsible thing as a pet owner and have him put down. It just kills me but he is doing fine right now.
pss . yes I had all the test done including teeth. I think I started a little to late to save him - You can't rebuild delicate nose bones.View Thread
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