In May of 2019 my beloved German Shepherd was diagnosed with colon cancer she was just 6 years old. The vet told me that it was not curable even with surgery, chemo and radiation. With all those things she could possibly live 12 months, without them I was looking at 2-5 months tops.
Heat broken, I decided not to put her through those things since they could not cure her. I decided to make her last months the best I could and I accidentally put her on the carnivore diet. I figured if she only had a few months to live I’d spoil her with steaks, burgers, chicken and pork. And that’s all she ate with occasional cheese.
Now 16 months in she’s still thriving. She’s great, you wouldn’t even know she was sick if you didn’t know. Every three months I take her to the vet and they
1) can’t believe she’s still with us and;
2) when I tell them what she’s eating they try and get me to put her back on dry dog food telling me her diet isn’t giving her enough nutrients?
It’s so crazy, I mean she’s lived long past their guess, why would I do that? So crazy!! And I feel they are a good vet? So confusing? After seeing her success I decided to join her in solidarity and have started my own journey and have never felt better. I hope to write you back again soon with my own sucess story.
Watch or listen to Tiber’s success story on the MeatRx.com podcast below: