With this forum post in the topic about Caira Sue and Fevers, Tripawds member maggie recommended the homeopathic medicine Belladonna (Deadly Nightshade) for reducing fevers. Sounds scary! But as a homeopathic, this supplement should not interfere with chemotherapy treatments and is apparently safe for dogs.
Belladonna (Deadly Nightshade) is a homeopathic therapy for the sudden onset of violent symptoms characterized by flushing heat, throbbing pain, and redness, and may accompany sore throat, cough, aches, fever, and earache. Below are links for more information from the HerbsPro catalog. Please consult your veterinarian before adding any neutraceuticals to your dogs treatment plan, or with any questions regarding dosage or reactions.
Shop HerbsPro.com to save on homeopathic remedies, natural supplements and vitamins. For more information about homeopathic treatments for dogs with cancer, check out these informative Tripawds Nutrition Blog posts:
- 2 Years and More: Eisen Fights Bone Cancer with Homeopathy
February 2nd, 2010- 2 Comments
Homeopathy and natural foods helped a senior German Shepherd dog fight canine bone cancer.
- Maggie Shares Agile Cow Dog Nutrition Plan
January 30th, 2010 – 1 Comment
Maggie shares canine cancer nutrition plan for agile three legged cow dog including K9 Immunity, transfer factor, raw food dog diet, Artemsia, GlycoFlex glucosamine supplement and more.
- Meet Charles Loops, DVM, Holistic Dog Cancer Vet
January 28th, 2010 · 8 Comments
Dr. Charles Loops DVM is a holistic veterinarian specializing in canine cancer medicine and supplements.
Please consider sharing your chosen nutrition plan and supplements with the Tripawds community! Simply send us your information, or a link to your post if you’ve already written about your dog’s diet or supplements in your blog.
Also, be aware that we are not veterinarians. The information presented here is not meant to be construed as medical advice or guidance, nor should it be substituted for professional veterinary assistance. Always discuss any remedies and treatments you wish to pursue with your veterinarian.