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TOPIC: Canine Cancer, treating with MMS

Canine Cancer, treating with MMS 07 Jan 2015 22:31 #48733

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Hello: Has anyone treated dogs with MMS for cancer? Is there a protocol to use, which I assume would be based on the dog's weight? Thanks for any info you can provide.

For general canine health -- is there a protocol? I'm not sure if MMS drops in their water bowl should be used, or if powder mixed with food is better (but then how do they get enough water after ingesting the powder)?

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Canine Cancer, treating with MMS 07 Jan 2015 22:48 #48734

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Usually Protocol 1000 is used. But, start low. 1 drop or less pending the size of the dog. Work up slowly from there to tolerance. If there is diarrhea or vomiting then you need to let the body rest for a day then the next day restart at a lower dose. Work at that amount for awhile then try adding another drop and see how the animal does. Go from there. The MMS does have a bad taste and you may need to disguise it in broth or something.

MMS can be added to the dog water if it is not in a metal bowl. Add MMS to the water unactivated. It will activate in the stomach.

Do not give as a powder.

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