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Aggressive cancer in dog 03 Apr 2014 23:05 #42627

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Barb - I have been away from the forum for awhile and have just read through your thread.
Know that I am praying for you and Robyn. I know the pain that you are going through with worrying over your Best friend. I just recently went through a very trying time with my sick Little Scot (Scottish Terrier). He did not have cancer, but I was really afraid I would lose him. All the ones on the forum were so VERY helpful to me and I LIKE you, was really scared. THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS: DO NOT GIVE UP -- DO NOT QUIT, no matter what the vets say. Mine did not know what to do - had no more ideas. I said, fine God and MMS will heal my baby.

I know nothing about giving the dog MMS2 - I only did activated MMS via a syringe and then I also had it in an enclosed water container, where it let out a little at a time. In it I put 10 to 20 drops of UNACTIVATED MMS. My container was a gallon, but I only did 1/2 gal at a time, and I changed the water every other day. I used reverse osmosis water for his drinking water and distilled for what I gave him by mouth.

When I first started out, I had been giving him the full 1/2 drop - 13 ml (he only weighed 16 lbs). He improved, then went backwards, so I decreased his syringe dosage to only 3 ml. I don't remember for sure who, told me that the main thing was to constantly keep dosing him (even if I only gave him a smidgen of MMS). The main thing is to keep it in him - some days, I only did it for 4 straight hours, never did do it for the 8 hrs, seemed too much for him.

In the beginning, I was also giving him DMSO in his MMS - I stopped that and did just the MMS, but again, mine did not have cancer.

When I backed down, he started gradually improving daily. I had to come up with things to
get him to eat - made him special things, such as: I dipped chunks of bread in oatmeal and I hand fed it to him, fixed him fried or scrambled eggs, cooked rice, cottage cheese, Velveeta cheese. You can give them the french green beans chopped up. My guy loves the baby carrots, and will eat them when nothing else works, makes great treats. You can hide lots of things in his favorite things. I also got some chicken fat and dribbled that over his food.

What I started doing with the syringe, is have a very small treat ready to give to Scot and put it in front of him, where he could see it and the minute his dose was done, he got the treat. Of course all the way through the dose going in (which by the way was VERY slowly, so he wouldn't gag) he was told how wonderful he was. They also know you are trying to help them and all that extra loving helps too.

For his pills, you can roll his pills up in a ball of Velveeta it and they will gobble it down. You could also put them in a glob of peanut butter, most dogs love it. Anything to get them to take the pills and it sorta coats the pill too and takes away the taste.

I had read that if they are on MMS2 it is VERY important to get lots of water in them to keep from the nausea and diarrhea - I had read that if you give them chicken broth, it will make them thirsty and the broth itself if also liquid, so that should help. You could also maybe put the grains of MMS2 in her favorite thing, like the Velveeta or peanut butter

I hope some of this helps you - You have gotten very good advice from Rev Ray and Denise, they both were a tremendous help to me.

Just re read your one post -

applying the MMS/DMSO and will try to use MMS?DMSO as a spray in her mouth.

THE SPRAY sounds like a really great way to do the roof of her mouth.

Be encouraged - Be blessed Glenda :cheer:
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Aggressive cancer in dog 04 Apr 2014 15:54 #42670

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Thank you Glenda. I needed the encourgement this morning.

I am quite depressed today. I increased to 4 drops MMS/DMSO yesterday afternoon and syringed it into Robyn. She then went off to run around with her sister. I brought them in and then fed them dinner. Robyn ate her food happily. 20 minutes after the MMS she had an episode of diarrhea and five minutes after she threw up her dinner. She was pretty quiet.

Two hours after that she cautiously ate some chicken breast. 15 minutes later I applied some MMS/DMSo to her lower jaw and sprayed MMS/DMSO on her gums and roof of her mouth. She was still pretty quiet not her energetic self. She drank a lot of water and then threw up the chicken. My guess was she felt nauseous and drank the water to throw up. She was quiet the rest of the night and refused water or food and slept on my bed.

This morning she was her perky self again. She ate a little hamburger as she wouldn't eat any of the previous food and kept that down. She has unactivated MMS in her water until I get home and figure out what to do next.

She is not getting enough MMS. Last weekend she had 8 drops MMS four times a day plus MMS2 grains. The only difference was adding the DMSO. Would that make her sick?

The tumor isn't any larger that I can tell but I am afraid I am going to lose her because I can't get the MMS to stay down. I know it will help her as it seemed the tumor stopped growing when I started the aggressive protocol last weekend.

It is hard to reason with a dog who is suspicious of food now and doesn't want you touching their mouth. I am sad.

Barb

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Aggressive cancer in dog 04 Apr 2014 16:19 #42671

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Try using the DMSO only topically - not oral ingestion.

try giving her activated MMS in her water bowl - inactivated MMS is VERY alkaline and depending on when she starts to drink the water, she would be reacting to that. It will make you throw up, which is why we say not to use or take inactivated MMS - it can be used in pet water dishes, but it takes hours to activate first, and you want them to only drink the activated.
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Aggressive cancer in dog 04 Apr 2014 16:40 #42672

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I just finish reading the full posting. You are overdosing your dog. Im 200 pound and the protocol 1000 required 24 drop per day distribute in 8 hours period as 3 drops per hours. So if you give your dog 4 drop in one hours that over the top for a dog. One MMS2 pill per day for a dog is enough. Divide that dose in two little dose. Remember the main purpose is not make the dog sick. If you make the dog sick is that you are overdosing. This process work better if you start slow but constant. one drop of activated MMS is enough for your dog in that time that you are in the house. ONE drop(two when you add SC and CA drop individually) per HOUR. NOT all at one shot PLEASE. give MMS2 very small amount twice a day.

ALso add MMS2 when she is able to tolerate your MMS drops.
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Aggressive cancer in dog 04 Apr 2014 17:35 #42674

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Thank you GJP and Pam. It is so confusing because Rev Ray suggested being aggressive 2000 protocol because of the aggressive cancer which makes sense but also makes sense to go slower. if she gets sick.

Robyn did drink all the water at once with the unactivated just put in last night so probably why she got sick as Pam says. Noticed her tongue had white look to it. Now back to pink.

I will go slower because throwing up is no quality of life either. Hope cancer doesn't become more aggressive by going slow as Rev Ray suggested.

Thank you everyone for helping a new confused person especially when Robyn can't tell me too much other than throwing up and looking at me with sad eyes.

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Aggressive cancer in dog 04 Apr 2014 18:58 #42679

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Dont worry, you no going to kill your dog with those drops. But the reaction of the body is telling you is too much. She have other condition that are reacting with MMS and you need to give time for her little body to get rid of that toxin. Dont get panic, that cancer can be aggresive but you still have time to overcome that. Slowly she will tolerate the MMS and you can introduce the MMS2. Keeping in mind that any sign of nausea or diarrhea mean to slow down. I put three drop of unactivated MMS in my dogs water, is a metal one and they experience diarrhea and some throuup, so I need to change the water reserve to plastic.
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Aggressive cancer in dog 04 Apr 2014 19:05 #42680

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And they will continue to throw up if they're drinking water with unactivated MMS in it. As long as you have the hours necessary for the water to activate the MMS, then you're fine.

Jim has a full chapter on treating pets in his book. If you don't have the book, now's the time to get it!



Here's Jim's information re: using activated vs unactivated -

The first thing to know is that their drinking water should always
contain either MMS1 or MMS2. If your animals are getting sick, you
are not using enough MMS unless something unusual is happening.
• For drinking water that sits available all day, MMS1 does not
need to be activated because the water will do that over a few
hours.
• However, if you are going to water a number of animals that
will drink it right away, you will have to activate the MMS1 with
lemon juice, lime juice, or citric acid. Other acids work pretty
well, as does vinegar. MMS 2 does not need to be activated.
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That was the first thin that I got when I decide to try MMS, I got the book and read it and also get Kerry Rivera book and was reading it in my last trip to PR. That book is really impresive how those parent talk about how MMS change their kid life. I recommend every body here to read Kerry Rivera Book about Austism and MMS.
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Yes, I will have to get the book. I was so shocked at the unexpected diagnosis and trying to figure out what to do, I feel as though I am running in all different directions.

I will get the book and thank you for your support.

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