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29 Oct 2013 08:34 #37098 by Jakes13
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 Hey!!  I'm a great believer in your miracle solution and have personally watched it destroy cancer!! I need to ask if mms1 used with mms2 will help fight and cure distemper virus. We took our dogs to get fixed and they came back with what we thought was kennel cough. Turns out it is Distemper... This name has haunted me since I heard it! Please I am desperate for help.

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29 Oct 2013 16:05 #37105 by Dimensiondali
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Hey Jake,

Since it is just a virus, MMS should take care of it. Don´t allow the veterinarian to convince you that your dog must be put to sleep. They not aware that this can be taken care of with MMS.

My small 5 month old dog caught distemper and it was varified in the lab.

I took him home and treated him with 1 dose of PAMMS(about 1/4ml) each hour for 8 hours for 2 days.
After the first day he was running and playing all over the place and was showing AMAZING results.
On the fourth day I lowered it to just 4 hourly doses instead of 8.

On the fifth day I gave him an MMS2 capsule in which I emptied out most of the Hypochlorous Acid and left only about 1/10 in the capsule. I put the capsule into the back of his mouth and followed by immediately giving him 10ml of water with a syringe(without the needle). He easily swallowed it and ran off to play.
In about 10 minutes he vomited out the capsule. the capsule was open and was begining to disolve, but his little body was not able to retain the MMS2. So, I would be very careful with giving your dog MMS2 by making sure to not overdose him/her.

I have resumed his treatment by giving him 1 regularly activated MMS drop per hour for 3 hours a day.
I am going to do another 8 hour soon to make sure I kill the virus for good.

Normally you should give your animal 1-2 drops of MMS1 for each increment (50 pounds or 25
kg) of body weight. Be careful not to overdetox your dog and make sure he drinks plenty of water so that he can urinate.

This Virus causes the bladder to shrink and dry up. It is dangerous if he is not urinating, due to the fact that the toxins will have no way out and will enter the blood.

If your dog starts to shake uncontrolably, this is a sign that the virus is nearing his brain and is causing the signals to not function correctly. At this point, you may want to take your dog to the vet to get his system flushed before resuming the MMS treatment.

I will post an update on my dogs health in about a week or two. I hope that you can save your friend.

Be well,
Cesar
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31 Dec 2013 23:26 #38180 by Dimensiondali
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Hey all,

I just wanted to finally update everyone on my dogs health.
As you know from my past posts on my dogs distemper, I was treating him with CDH and also regular MMS1 doses, daily for about 1 month and then on and off.

Since the 3rd week of the treatment, I have not seen any bad symptoms reappear. Actually my dogs energy went through the roof!! He is crazy with energy now! haha

The only thing I noticed was that he was not eating all his food at once but he always eventually eats it throughout the day.
But when I give him turkey or some meat he scarfs it right down, so maybe he just doesn't really fancy the dog food. hahaha

He is happy again and extremely healthy. I just want to let everyone know that you do not have to put your dog to sleep if the vet announces that it has distemper. BS!! it is a business, they don't care about you or your pet and if they do, unfortunately they are not aware of the solution to this virus.

Save your pets, don´t give up on them.

Be well,
Cesar
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18 Jan 2015 17:07 #48846 by pamela saavedra
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Hi Cesar,
I am from Chile and some weeks ago we found a young dog in the street with distemper, so I tried to find a solution. Im trying to share the information with vets here. Could you tell me more about your dog's treatment, how is he now?, could you kill all the distemper virus? I was very happy when I read he was getting better quickly.
I want to say thank you for sharing all your experience with us, so we can learn about it.
A big hug from my country,
Pam

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18 Jan 2015 17:32 #48847 by Dimensiondali
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Hey Pam,

I too am from Chile! haha
Actually we also found our dog on the street in Chile and he is now our best friend! He is very greatful we saved his life with MMS.

My dog is still doing great, without any signs of distemper. He has been healthy ever since I treated him with the MMS.
It has been over a year now since I last treated him and its safe to say that the distemper virus was eliminated.

I made an animal protocol PDF file for those people that need to treat their pets. It is in spanish.

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File Name: Protocolop...ales.pdf
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Hope this helps you treat your new dog. Please be persistant with the treatment, because ITS WORKS.

Le mando muchos saludos a usted y su perrito! Espero que le vaya muy bien con el tratamiento. Si quieres comunicarse más sobre este tema, enviame un PM(Mensaje Privado) con tu correo electronico y yo me comunico con tigo a la brevedad.

Be Well,
Cesar
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03 Apr 2018 23:53 #58156 by Debora27
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Hi! I am so relieved to read your testimony. I recently rescued a Swiss shepherd, and she has distemper. I decided to treat her with mms, but i’m Scared that I might not be doing it right. I started giving her 3 drops 3 times a day. Her symptoms Were gooey eye and majorly runny nose; she did not yet have the gastrointestinal and neurological symptoms. We did run a blood work, and it came back positive for distemper. Anyway, she’s been taking mms for six days today, and she still has a runny nose and gooey eyes. One day I was able to give her mms for 8 hours straight. But for one day only. The other days I am able to give her 4 doses only. Can she get better this way? Is it possible? HELP!!!!

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