I hope this page gives you hope,inspires you.
3 years ago, this beautiful boy max came into our life ,he had been abused and neglected and had gone through a lot of people’s hands , so we took him on .
We thought we would take him to the vets to get an overall check done on him .
Well we were devastated! Only knowing him a few days we were totally in love with him and to find out he had squamous cell carcinoma – nasal cancer and it had spread into his lymph nodes and that he only had 2 months to live .
There was signs already his body was failing and we know time wasn’t on our side so we began researching, researching, and researching and came up with a plan we were going to fight all the way for this boy, and we where going to fight naturally! We chose a protocol and we stuck with it .
Well, all we can say is thank god we did as he’s running around faster than our other dogs not in pain ,happy in fact apart from the raised area on this nasal area you wouldn’t know he has cancer ,there is hope! we are not saying we have saved him but it’s about quality of life, So anyone reading this we say to you, never give up with what diagnostic your best mate gets. Educate yourself ,understand what your doing ,stay strong ,believe in yourself ,join support groups ,remember nutrition going in, toxins going out .
Just one of many things we do with Max is juice all the cruciferous vegetables to get the maximum benefit into the system.
On our journey we found so much rubbish was being put into dog food and treats eg fillers ,chemicals etc… so we came up with a plan to simply come up with a clean menu for doggy treats ,we understand this won’t save our pets but every little bit helps .
We are not professionals, but in saying that, it makes you think if the average person can turn an animals life around. there is hope! and together we can change .
We wish all you lovely people out there with your pets the very best.
Come and meet us and say good day. We are at Parap markets Saturday and Sunday in Nightcliff and Mindil on a Thursday from 4.00pm – 9.00pm during the dry season from the end of April to the end of September.
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