For your information and since you already know that my almost 12 year old German Shepherd, Rusty, has been using a Bio Harmonizer (BH) which has greatly helped her hind legs for the past 9 months eliminating the need for any medication, has also had a tumor on her right shoulder for the past year.
Some two months ago the tumor started to open up and the past couple of weeks it became
larger and became infected. A week and a half ago the veterinarian put a professional bandage on the tumor and prescribed antibiotics to reduce the infection before any surgery was performed.
This past Tuesday, Rusty’s check-up showed some improvement but not to the point that was satisfactory. The odor from the infection was pretty well gone and the lack of stability in her hind legs had substantially improved to almost what it was three weeks ago.
After taking Rusty out for a walk this past Tuesday afternoon, I put her back in the house and went to check a pump in my mother’s home to make sure that it was operating properly. I erred as I had forgotten to put the cone back on around her neck to prevent her from playing with the bandage. Upon my return, I discovered the bandage on the carpet with several blood stains. I wrapped up Rusty and helped her get into the back of the Subaru and rushed to the vet.
The examination by a Dr. Sarazzin who has been practicing for 20 years was that the tumor did not feel as if it was firmly attached to Rusty and also suspected that the depth of penetration into Rusty’s body was limited to or very near the surface.
When he returned with an assistant to help bandage Rusty, he was very happy as the blood test results had just been received. He had previously noted that the results would also give an indication whether the vital organs were being affected.
The results were excellent supporting the side to proceed with surgery vs. putting her down given her age with hip/muscle difficulties.
The final decision was made this past Wednesday to go ahead with surgery knowing full well that the BH will always be needed for the rest of her life.
A big success happened whereby the Doctor’s suspicion became a reality.
The tumor was loosely attached and had not penetrated the body deeply.
Rusty stayed in the clinic last night again after her operation and this morning she got the green light to go home. Excited to have been reunited with her master it was difficult to speak with Dr. Sarazzin .
For a 12 year old pooch she was acting like 8 full of energy.
After paying the bill it was time to leave and one of the assistants stated to me that the right decision was made, not many dogs of her age act like her.
Clearly the BH was tending to its former ability as Rusty jumped into the back of the car without any assistance at all. I note that the back of Subaru is like getting into the back of a 4×4.
It is also my thinking that since the BH harmonizes the good cells permitting them to fight/expel the bad cells could explain why the tumor was not more embedded in Rusty’s body.
The lab analysis of the tumor is to come which one hopes will be more good news.
For me, it is proof that the infection of the tumor and in some part in her body greatly impeded the BH’s power in the past couple of weeks.
Right now she is doing great, being quiet until given a reason to do differently.
I will keep you posted of any important developments and in a week or so,
I hope to have more information on the progress of my brother’s dog who is also wearing a BH
and has a tumor in his lung. Buddy is five and the last xray of almost 2 weeks ago showed a 40% reduction in the size after wearing a BH for about five weeks.
To summarize, here are my observations/questions as only a layman/observer:
-The BH clearly was impacted by the infection whereby Rusty’s hips became incredibly weak to the point that she collapsed on several occasions.
-Was the BH attempting to expel the tumor from Rusty’s body?
-Was the BH used (uncut) for a regular cell phone too strong causing the above mentioned reaction?
-Was it the BH expelling the tumor from Rust’s body causing it to break open and leak fluids?
-The prescription and digestion of antibiotics clearly showed how the BH was taking back its ‘power/control/assistance’ to the bag legs slowly as to the progressive effect of the antibiotics.
Ps. I can only thank the incredible BH and inventor as I know that Rusty would not be here today with me without it.