I was contacted 12-28-13 by the owner for help.
Alex is a 90 pound pitbull/american staffordshire terrier mix that is 10 years old (2013). He was diagnosed with osteosarcoma that had not yet metastasized. His vet informed him the options were amputation, chemo and radiation. Seem to be a standar approach.
The owner was extremely upset and asked me if there where any natural options? I told him about my approach and he was willing to try that. The dog was in pain and had a severe limp, barely putting weight on that leg.
The owner switched Alex to an all raw food diet, removed all the sugar and carbs out of the diet, and started on a program involving B17, both seeds and capsules. Within 3 months the tumor was hardly noticeable.
The bump left is scare tissues in the exactly spot where the biopsy was taken. Now (May 2015) 1 1/2 year later the dog is happy and running around like nothing ever happened. He was intialy given 2-3 months to live if not having the the leg amputated, chemo and radiation. Bone cancer can be very stubborn and slow to heal, in this case it happened rather fast.