Rest In Peace Duke (his battle with cancer has ended)
Update August 7, 2012
I just received a call from Cody. Duke’s struggle is at an end. His daddy (Cody) was with him until the end. Unfortunately, treatment got to Duke too late. All we were able to do was ease his suffering in his final month… We see this with humans who find the phoenix tears therapy too late as well. This is a sad day on Kiefair.com… and a sad day for Happy Endings Animal Rescue. At least Duke was as comfortable as he could be. At least his daddy did all he could to save him.
__________________________________________________below you can read about the attempt to save duke’s life
Update July 6, 2012
Here is Dukes file of what I have done so far as to treatment and some updated pictures of Dukes shoulder with the THC oil applied.
I will send you weekly updates.
I was thinking about how Duke is the first to take this sort of treatment and he is sort of a Pioneer to this treatment. I was wondering if you had any Veterinarians in your area that you might be able to contact to see if they had any current patients that the doctor is treating for cancer or not treating for cancer. Some people once their told their dog has cancer they simply let the dog live out their final days at home and they when the dog is in too much pain or can’t get up anymore that’s when the Dr. or Vet put them to sleep. Maybe the Dr. might be willing to let you have the name of one or two patients and you can approach them and offer them a treatment program if they agree to be fully documented as to what happens.
Be aware that the Dr. may not want to participate or be involved or just say no. Use tact and diplomacy to get him to give you the names of a few of his patients currently going through cancer with their pets.
I think if there is two cases going on (Duke and you) then we can compare notes and progress.
It’s just a thought, the more documentation we can present with pictures and video the better we are of having it accepted as a treatment for dogs or cats and eventually people.
Keep sending Duke your prayers,
Most recent pictures of Duke the Cancer Fighting Dog
Duke’s dad would like everyone to know that if you have multiple dogs, you need to watch the dog being treated for signs that the other dogs are sensing some weakness in your pooch and picking on them for it. Duke lives with a lot of other dogs. We have spoken about methods so that Duke is more alert so he can have more positive interactions with his canine buddies. We have suggested that Duke get most of his internal oil at night time when his pals are more likely to want to lie down and sleep beside him rather than pick on him in play because his consciousness is altered.
June 30, 2012
Here is an update on Duke the dog, his owner writes “I am looking more closely at Dukes lump and it seems to feel different. What I mean is, when I would feel his lump before using the THC was hard and seemed attachd to his muscles or meat or bone.
Today for the first time it feels almost like it’s breaking loose from the bone or muscle and becoming looser and moveable. Example, put a baseball under a towel and tighten down the towel to where its hard to roll the ball around. Now loosen up the towel just a bit and notice how the ball seems easier to roll around.
What’s going on?” I replied to him that as long as he keeps the dogs body saturated in THC, then the tumor will devour itself, this process is called “Autophagy”
original post below
News from Happy Endings Animal Rescue
DUKE OUR GREETER DOG HAS CANCER
For those of you that have been to H.E.A.R. (Happy Endings Animal Rescue) know who Duke is.
He is a Greyhound mix that greets
people when they come by to visit our rescue.
Duke is about 10 years old and over the last few
Months has developed a lump in his left shoulder which is now the size of a Mellon.
I have taken him
him to two of our Vets and both have said that I should just go ahead and put him down and end his suffering.
About 2 weeks ago I read a story about Tommy Chong from Cheech and Chong comedy team and found out
that Tommy Chong has Prostate Cancer and instead of treating it the normal way through chemo and surgery
that he is going to treat it with THC Hemp Oil (also known as: cannibals or marijuana oil). The THC in this plant
is known to cure Cancer.
I contacted the people at Phoenix Tears and explained who we are and all about Duke
I even sent pictures of the tumor and how it’s growing in his shoulder. The person I spoke with (Ronnie Smith)
have provided me with enough Hemp Oil to cure Duke of his Cancer. I am very excited to start treatment which will
take about 3 weeks to complete and hopefully at the end, Duke will be cured of his Cancer and will live a long and happy
Check back often for updates on his progress as I plan do document the entire treatment.
Cancer in dogs is responsible
for over 60% of the deaths of dogs that die.
Those that get cancer, most of their owners can’t afford the treatment which
could run from $5,000 to $10,000 and gives NO guarantees.
With this documented case on Duke I am hoping to shed a light on
alternate treatment for cancer in dogs and hopefully more people will go this holistic treatment and save more lives.
I have already been given the death sentence from 2 Veterinarians about Duke, so I really don’t have nothing to loose by at
least trying the treatment with the THC OIL. I will take plenty of pictures as to his progress and post them on this website.
WISH DUKE LUCK AND KEEP YOUR EMAILS OF HOPE COMING IN
Check back for updates and please keep your donations coming in.
HELP H.E.A.R. GO GREEN WITH YOUR DONATION
As many of you know we are running this Rescue totally off the Grid for over a Year now.
We currently have a few solar panels, some batteries and a generator that helps to run this place.
We could do so much more if we had more solar panels and finished building our water harvesting system.
We are seeking a private individual or Company who can help us finish these projects in the form of a
Grant or Gift. All Donations are Tax Deductible and it could really make life here for the dogs more enjoyable.
Where a Dog – Get’s to be a Dog
Being in a Shelter doesn’t have to mean being in a cage 24/7.
A Temporary Home, Until Their New Forever Home is Found.
HOW WOULD YOU FEEL IF EVERYONE YOU KNEW OR LOVED, LEFT YOU…
“Where would we go if H.E.A.R. should ever close”?
This would be the end of the road for most of us…
Some of us are too old
Some of us have health issues
Some of us have temperament problems from being abused
Some of us are breeds that people are afraid of and
Some of us are the wrong color. (Black Dogs)
H.E.A.R. IS OUR FOREVER HOMEWe are Registered with the State of Tennessee & IRS
To Receive Charitable Donations – EIN# 26-1353836.
Over the Years, we have Received Donations from all across
America, Canada, Europe and even Australia.
- Tommy Chong Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer (news.moviefone.com)
- Tommy Chong Has Prostate Cancer (seattlepi.com)
- Tommy Chong Treats His Prostate Cancer With Cannabis – ABC News (blog) (abcnews.go.com)
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