“He had a chunck of his front arm removed. His main artery was now exposed.”
Simba, my pomeranian, developed a tumor on his front leg last April. It had been misdiagnosed and treated as a lick gram. During this time, I put him on Colostrum because he was also borderline Cushings disease. His liver count was very high. I put him on colostrum because I had read it was good for the liver. After three months his liver counts returned to normal. At the time, I did not know the connection but his tumor went away. Not realizing the importance the colostrum had on his health, I quit giving it to him when I ran out. A year later, his liver counts rose and the tumor grew back. I put him back on the colostrum to assist his liver and hopefully, help the cushings disease. He is not really showing signs of cushings but I have not had his liver tested again since he has been on the colostrum the second time. Simba’s tumor turned out was cancerous. It had to come out immediately. He had a chunck of his front arm removed. His main artery was now exposed. When the doctor found out what type of cancer it was he was amazed because this cancer is always gelatinous and is difficult to get it all out. He stated Simba’s cancer was walled and he had never seen this before with this type of cancer. Per the patholigist report, Simba’s chances of reoccurrance is extremely low. I can’t help but chalk all of this up to the colostrum. He was on it last year and the tumor went away and this time the tumor had already developed when I put him on it but the cancer was not maintaining its normal traits. It was as though, Simba was able to fight the cancer.
Additionally and more importantly now, I was trying to find a solution for a speedy recovery for his wound. He had a massive amount of his front arm cut out. I stumbled upon Synertek Colostrum Ink and was very interested in the liquid 1st six hour colostrum. It was worth a try to me to see if it could help Simba. It made me very nervous that Simba had a large artery exposed on his arm and I needed a quick solution for healing. His arm did remain bandaged but my worry was if he was able to chew through the bandage and get to the artery. I promptly received the colostrum. I called and spoke with Tom and he instructed me on how to apply the liquid to his wound. We decided to take before and after pictures because he said the wound would heal really fast. Simba did have a week of healing in from the surgery before I started the liquid colostrum. He still had a crater as I called it in his arm. I am attaching before and after pictures of the healing that took place that night. Tom told me to leave it on up to 15 minutes if Simba would let me. I really did not think this was possible because Simba would get pretty snappy at the changing of the wound. As soon as I put the liquid colostrum on his arm, he immediately calmed down. I do believe it was relieving the pain. He sat there for 1/2 hour and allowed me to hold the tissue with colostrum on his wound. The pictures will tell the rest of the story. It finished filling in the crater and the outer layer of the skin began growing. Being amazed at the healing, I showed pictures of this to people at my work. We decided to order more and have it on hand. We also ordered the lozengers. Simba still will have a ways to go with the healing on his arm but I believe his healing will not take 2-3 months like previously thought. His wound is healing very fast since last Thursday. Thank you Tom for your help assisting me. I truly appreciate it. I will keep you posted through Simba’s recovery. I am a true believer on the benefits of colostrum. We will begin taking it ourselves. Lori Rahn and Simba