Multiple Tumors in Dog's Liver
My dog had a mast cell tumor two years ago, I had it removed with clean margins and it hasn't returned . However, she has 17 other tumors all have been aspirated and show non cancerous or non mast cell tumors. She recently stopped eating and is more tired and also urine incontinate.
We went to an oncologist who did an ultrasound and found several tumors/masses on her liver. We also did a blood test at our holistic vet who found her ALT and ALPK very hig.
My question is - what can I give her to help with her indigestion?
It seems like she wants to eat but her stomach is upset and she burps and a very little bit of vomit comes up. What can I give her to help with her stomach that won't hurt her liver?
Her kidneys are fine - everything else is fine. Just her liver. I have been feeding her boiled organic chicken and rice, also trying Honest Kitchens chicken grain free, Stella and chewys freeze dried rabbit and their chicken formula, primal a freeze dried chicken, Etta says chicken liver treats and freeze dried chicken. I'm trying everything I can to get food in her.
Her water intake is ok right now. I know I'm losing her but I don't want to put her to sleep when she's bright and alert.
She is a 10 year old shar-pei red nose pit mix.
Please help. My holistic vet is closed till Tuesday.
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