Was she vomiting? I'm glad she's back to sleep and hope she'll feel better tomorrow.
I also saw a tea for nausea on the Canine Lymphoma Yahoo Group...would you like me to go and copy it down for you?
I had a really tough time with Kato and diet. He's always had a bad stomach and nothing agrees with him. I tried raw, Evo, Nature's Variety and a couple of others & he had diarrhea on all of them. I would definitely try to cut out grains & sugars.
Here's an excerpt from an article Carolann wrote:
"You must begin by removing all sugar or sugar producing foods from the diet immediately as sugar feeds cancer and causes the cancer cells to rapidly grow and multiply. Other items to remove from the diet include all grain; dairy, except some cultured dairy; and limit sweet and starchy vegetables. Incorporate raw organic dark green leafy vegetables into the diet, such as dandelion, broccoli and spinach as these vegetables supply nutrients and chlorophyll that are needed for tissue repair. They also cleanse the blood and are very important in aiding immune response. Feed fresh red clover flower heads, mushrooms and/or organic mushroom extracts especially Maitake, Reishi and Shiitake mushrooms to enhance immune response and help fight viral infections. I would also recommend that you start your dog on a good green whole food supplement.
Other beneficial items that could be added to the daily food regime include organic cottage cheese mixed with freshly ground organic brown flax seeds. Fresh garlic is very important as it stimulates the immune system, detoxifies the liver and repairs liver cells. Amino acids such as L-Arginine and L-Ornithine enhance immunity and retard growth of tumors and cancer. These amino acids are best taken in a multiple amino acid formula along with a good B-complex vitamin formula for better absorption.
Some other excellent food choices would be foods containing vitamin B17 [laetrile] such as apple with seeds but use the seeds sparingly; bamboo shoots, beet tops, blackberries, boysenberries, cashews, cherry kernels to be used very sparingly; cranberries, currants, flax seeds, gooseberries, huckleberries, loganberries, pecans, plums, raspberries, mung bean sprouts, alfalfa, lentils, buckwheat, garbanzo beans, strawberries, walnuts, watercress, carrots and yams. All foods and supplements should be organic to avoid adding chemical poisons to an already immune compromised body."
Sending lots of love & hugs!
Dee & Kato