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Something different

When I first started borg.com in June 2011, I wrote it in my basement on Saturdays, trying to prepare concept articles as much in advance as possible.  682 more words

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An Overview of The Basal Cell Canine Tumors

The skin in addition to the subcutaneous layers is one of the most common locations of the Canine Tumors specialist. While some of the growths are benign, there are others that are malignant in their rate of metastasis, and pace of development. 443 more words

Pathology Report is in.

Thank you to all of you for your prayers, and support.

Kaikai’s pathology report came in today! Stage 3 lung cancer . Bronchoalveolar cancer.
Is the official diagnosis. 85 more words


A Ready-made Dog Cancer Diet You Could Eat

A supportive, whole food dog cancer diet you could eat is here.

Developed by JustFoodForDogs, “the world’s first dog food kitchen,” a small, growing, independently-owned company, the… 1,413 more words

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Nutritional Guidance for the Canine Cancer Patient

A raw food diet is considered to be beneficial especially if an animal has a serious disease like cancer. Haley’s holistic vet directly attributed her lengthy life with cancer to… 350 more words

Canine Cancer

Are Lipomas A Variety of Dog Tumors?

As a dog lover, and most importantly, as the master of a delightful pet; you ought to be aware of a few of the following medical terms and terminologies. 454 more words

Gentle Alternative Therapies for Dog Cancer

Milk thistle, vitamin A, vitamin D3. Do these gentle methods outshine conventional cancer treatments like surgery, radiation and chemotherapy?

Despite their simplicity, alternative therapies are frequently successful in treating cancer.

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