We have had a lot of success with a the laser. Avril had a lick spot that went away after about 5 sessions. She also had some sort of skin tag that the vet did for free because they weren't sure it would work, it shrunk down within a few days of the first session. I know we've used it on a few of our other dogs for different reasons, it's always worked. Nothing as big as the tumor on your girl though.
Odin had a horrible, oozing hygroma on his elbow that would not heal and kept getting infected.
He was on rounds of antibiotics with no success.
I found a wonderful lady who does cold laser therapy on dogs and after just two treatments, it was completely gone and healed.
All that remains is a tiny hairless spot the size of a pencil eraser.
I was so impressed with her work and love for dogs that I run her website. Home
'Halla, the brain injured puppy is going for her second treatment this week and I'd swear she's greatly improved.
After researching cold laser use in TBI, we decided to give it a shot and whereas her vision was negligible 2 weeks ago, her first treatment certainly seems to have helped.
She's now tracking our movements, pouncing on toys on the floor and watching TV.
I would definitely
give it a go, myself.
'Halla also has a limp in the arm that had the broken elbow so she'll be getting 'zapped' for that, too.
She's also a physical therapist so Odin will be going along this time as he just had another 'tremor' episode and growled when I did the usual head-up trick to stop it.
Either his Atlas or C3/C4 are bothering him again and she will adjust it.