Ozone for Mast Cell Tumors in Dogs« Back to Questions List

Does anyone have success stories to share about their use of Ozone for mast cell tumors in dogs? We purchased the Hummingbird machine, after recommendation from our veterinarian. My dog's tumor is in an inoperable location, in the muscle near his spine, so this is one of few options for him. He is 17 years old.
Posted by MicheleL.
Asked on March 1, 2017 12:00 pm

Yes I have had success with MAST cell. Three days ago I saw one of my mast cell cases that had a large mast cell on is flank that was surgically removed with the oncology group. This was over 3 and 1/2 year ago and they told the owner that if they did not get a series of radiation att eh time of the surgery they would not have the dog but for months. They could get 2 years if they had the radiation . We did lots of ozone and uvb and she looks great. I am hoping the owner will take her back to the oncologist to show her quality of health. for almost 4 years more without radiation .

Posted by mroman3@aol.com
Answered On March 14, 2017 2:31 am