CLT Protocol for Pets - Stopping profuse bleeding

My 13 year- old dog was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma (a type of cancer in the mouth).  One night as I fell asleep on the sofa next to her, I woke up suddenly and found that she had a puddle of blood all round her mouth area.  She was a mid-sized dog and with blood forming a circumference of a 6 inch puddle, the sight was worrying.  I calmed myself first and look at the clock - it was close to midnight.   Her regular vet would be closed at that time.  I recall the School's protocol about stopping bleeding so I made a  paste from alfalfa and enzymes and pressed it against her upper palate at the source of the bleeding.  It arrested the bleeding!  Both my dog and I dozed off after the ordeal.  Then, I woke up again and found a second puddle after about an hour!  I did the same and the bleeding stopped!  So I did a 3rd application just to play it safe and ther was no more bleeding after that.

The next morning I took her to the vet just to ensure everything is ok.  The vet said cells around the tumour are usually blood-rich and very tender and a loose tooth was the reason for the bleeding.  Am sharing this in the hope that it might help some pets/pet parents!