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How Long Will He/She Need To Take DCA?

The length of treatment will vary from pet to pet, even if they have the same type of cancer.

Many pet owners describe seeing noticeable improvements in health in as little as 3 to 6 weeks.  We’ve also had some pet owners tell us that their pet has been cancer free in as little as 6 months.

These results are not guaranteed and are not seen by every pet owner.  Length of treatment will depend on many variables such as type of cancer, stage of cancer, aggressiveness of cancer, health and age of pet, etc.

Unfortunately there is no accurate way to estimate how long your pet will be taking DCA and many pet owners continue to give them DCA (in lower dosages as a preventative) for the remainder of their life.

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