We at KetoPet are doing something incredible. KetoPet goes out of its way to help pet parents around the world, shelter and rescue dogs with cancer. Our goal is to provide groundbreaking cancer therapy based upon a ketogenic diet protocol. We’ve been doing this since October of 2014 and the results are astounding.
Providing human-grade cancer treatments for dogs is the epitome of One Health - it is the collaborative effort of human and veterinary medicine that is yielding impactful outcomes for these dogs. Our common sense approach optimizes animal health, welfare and quality of life.
What makes a nutritionally based approach to addressing cancer so interesting, is that there’s no proprietary drug or molecule that will be produced as a result of this effort. Many of the most powerful answers to dealing with cancer are at the grocery store. And that’s what we’ve been doing – investing our resources to test this idea and see if it’s really as powerful as we thought.
Pursuing a metabolic approach to addressing cancer using nutrition as a central pillar for disease intervention, offers a tremendous benefit, in that it does no harm. In collaboration with Veterinarians, Oncologists and Research Scientists, we continue to validate the anti-cancer effects of nutritional ketosis.
I got into this to rescue dogs from kill-shelters, and provide for them the highest quality of life, in beautiful surroundings. When we started Ketopet, we weren't sure what to expect. Now we know we can help dogs thrive, and live long and happy lives!
Checking tumor metabolism via ketosis is a powerful adjuvant to standard of care. We are learning that the future of addressing cancer in canines will be through layered therapies.
Our multi-layered nutritional protocol is the foundation of our cancer therapy. Other treatment modalities such as chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery work synergistically with the nutrition.
We are dedicated to continuing and improving our program discovering answers to the most difficult problems in the sphere of modern health and wellness in both dogs and humans. We welcome any help, ideas, and ways anyone might be able to assist us and we’re prepared for individuals and institutions to collaborate with us.
We have a huge, 53-acre plot of land with an outdoor dog park, built-in miniature water park, and an inside play and living area that includes a big-screen TV with surround sound.
High fat, low carbohydrate, and adequate protein diet
Diagnostic nuclear imagery at 0, 60, and 120 days
Daily monitoring by in-house veterinarians and veterinary technicians
strenuous physical exercise
Dogs are treated with HBOT therapy, which has been shown to successfully reduce the size of tumors.
We are thrilled to see how we can continue to improve our program and find answers to some of the most difficult problems in the sphere of modern health and wellness (for both dogs as well as humans). We welcome any help, ideas, and ways you or anyone you know might be able to assist us, and we’re always looking for more individuals and institutions to collaborate with.