Padme - Los Angeles, CA


Cancer, Pain, Inflammation, Inappetence

Pet Owner: Joanne

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“I have a Chihuahua named Padme. She turned 12 years old on July 2nd, 2015. About a month after her birthday I noticed blood in her urine one day after feeding her. It came out of nowhere.

I made an appointment with my vet the same day. Once the blood work came back ruling out a urinary tract infection, an ultrasound was recommended. The results showed a mass in her bladder near the opening to the urethra which happens to be the worst place for cancer cells as surgery would cost much more than most because it would have to be performed by a specialist. It’s a very complicated operation.

I was advised to start Padme on .. a very common medication for treating pain and inflammation (NSAIDs). Padme’s prognosis according to my vet was to simply hope for the best which would be that [NSAIDs] would shrink the cancer cells and keep them contained within the uterus.

My sister in law happens to be fighting stage 4 metastasized breast cancer and has been using CBD oil to treat the cancer along with traditional chemotherapy. Her results have been promising. This is why I was familiar with this treatment and found out that CBD oil was originally tested on dogs with much success. Originally I had Padme on Rick Simpson’s oil. It was hard trying not to over medicate her, and it was a lot more time consuming getting the oil to a point where I could get Padme to take it. Long story short my brother, who picks up the oil for me at a dispensary near my home found out about VETCBD.

I can’t tell you how much easier it’s been to medicate Padme and avoid over medicating her. She had lost a lot of weight but since being on VETCBD she’s not showing signs of being in pain and eats like crazy. She’s always been a great eater so she’s back to normal in that area. I’m certain that if it I hadn’t found your product Padme wouldn’t be with us today. I’ve attached a couple of photos “before” and “after” cancer and one showing how great Padme’s doing considering it’s been 6 months since her diagnosis.

Thank you so much for making her life worth living. Her quality of life is my #1 priority.”