Haley had a type of cancer with dismal odds.
When a tumor in her spleen burst prior to her cancer diagnosis, the surgeon warned me that even if she survived the surgery, if it was the type of cancer she suspected, she probably wouldn’t survive more than three months.
I took a chance and she beat the odds to thrive with hemangiosarcoma for 14 months — and even became a therapy dog during this time.
I chose and integrative approach to her healing — using natural medicine instead of chemotherapy, radiation or drugs.
I consulted two holistic veterinarians, who, in concert with my own research, provided the treatment plan that lengthened Haley’s life. Without these holistic veterinary medical resources, I’m certain Haley would have been lost sooner and her quality of life diminished much faster.
To raise awareness and funds for holistic animal healthcare research and education and create more holistic veterinarians, the AHVMF is holding their annual fundraising drive through April 30. All donations will be tripled, thanks to Mercola Healthy Pets. AHVMF is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, so all donations are tax-deductible.
Please help work toward a future of evidence-based healing that will help our dogs like Haley live better and longer.
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