First off, my heart breaks for you as this is an ugly, aggressive, shocking cancer. I am very happy to hear your doggie is showing positive signs. God bless her. I had never heard of this cancer until June 2016 when my 13 y.o. pit bull got diagnosed. I had a couple ultrasounds done, fluids given, fluids released from her tummy on numerous trips to the Pet ER., etc. Etc. I opted against chemo after reading up on this disease and after the specialist did a 2nd mroe thorough ultrasound and said he wouldn't let his dog go through chemo and how it had spread everywhere through my sweet beautiful angel. I agree with the above poster. I heard about that herb after I had already lost my girl. There is a wonderful facebook page "hemangiosarcoma" on facebook. Although it is closed group, they still welcome people in it. You will learn alot from others going through this. I hope to see you join. Give your doggie as much love as you possibly can. Each day is a gift from God and in the end, it really is up to His timing I learned. I spent alot of money trying to change the outcome but sadly I could not. I miss my girl like crazy still and I just hope someday they figure out what causes this horrific cancer. GOD BLESS YOUR DOGGIE AND YOU GUYS to keep your doggie comfortable and showing signs of improvement. I have heard some dogs make it past those few months given, so don't let anything discourage you. Each story is different. I hope the herbs will do wonders for your baby.
Denise (Sweet Ginger's Mom)