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TKW May 3rd, 2012 03:34 PM

Dissolve Herbal Formula
 
My dog had a huge lipoma removed from his abdomen less than a year ago. And he has since switched to grain free kibbles. However, we discovered more lumps at his underarm area recently. Our vet took some test and diagnosed as fat lumps. He suggests not to do any surgery unless it bothers his activities.
We visited the vet 2 weeks ago for a slight limping but our vet thought it was rather an injury than caused by the lumps. He put him on Metacam (anti-inflammatory) for 2 weeks. If he doesn't improve and needs X-ray, we will operate on the lumps at the same time.
To make the story short, he is not limping at the moment so the operation could be delayed for a while. I came across this product, Dissolve Herbal Formula, claims it will help lipoma. Did any of you tried this before? The product's web site:[URL="http://www.pawhealer.com"]www.pawhealer.com [/URL]says it needs a few months to work. I would like to hear from those who has using this long term.

pbpatti May 4th, 2012 12:10 AM

Hi, it looks like several people viewed your thread but did not have any information for you. I just want you to know that I also looked. Sadly I have no information for you either. I know nothing about the product you are referring to. Hopefully someone with info will come along.

MaxaLisa May 4th, 2012 12:35 AM

[url]http://www.pawhealer.com/46/Lipomas__Skin_Tags__Swellings.aspx[/url]

I've never heard of it before, but the reasoning, accordinging to TCM is pretty standard, I think.

If you try it, do report back oin how it worked, so few things to use against lipomas!

As a side note, my girl got a lot of lipomas, they tended to be triggered by any type of fish or fish oil in her diet.

glee070 June 30th, 2013 11:12 PM

Using Dissolve
 
I just started using Dissolve for my dog that has a tumor on the roof of her mouth. I believe the product is good as it appears the tumor is getting softer and drying up. I know I will have to purchase another bottle. Be sure your dog is getting the best nutrition as well (no processed food or kibbles). I am feeling encouraged that my dog will be well with a stronger immune system. I am also adding vitamin C in her food and a capful of organic apple cider in her water.[QUOTE=TKW;1039209]My dog had a huge lipoma removed from his abdomen less than a year ago. And he has since switched to grain free kibbles. However, we discovered more lumps at his underarm area recently. Our vet took some test and diagnosed as fat lumps. He suggests not to do any surgery unless it bothers his activities.
We visited the vet 2 weeks ago for a slight limping but our vet thought it was rather an injury than caused by the lumps. He put him on Metacam (anti-inflammatory) for 2 weeks. If he doesn't improve and needs X-ray, we will operate on the lumps at the same time.
To make the story short, he is not limping at the moment so the operation could be delayed for a while. I came across this product, Dissolve Herbal Formula, claims it will help lipoma. Did any of you tried this before? The product's web site:[URL="http://www.pawhealer.com"]www.pawhealer.com [/URL]says it needs a few months to work. I would like to hear from those who has using this long term.[/QUOTE]

MaxaLisa July 1st, 2013 12:44 PM

Glee070, thank you for this feedback!

There is some info posted in the epulid thread on tumors in the jaw that may or may not be helpful.

Please keep us posted on this supplement and your progress in general!


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