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gum and bone cancer in dog 29 Jun 2013 14:07 #34221

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Hi Pam I have a dog with gum cancer he had ten tumors removed from his mouth one that was deep enough to reach the bone and it is not healing and is growing I want to use a spray bottle to spray can you tell me the protocol for this thanks Wyatt

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gum and bone cancer in dog 29 Jun 2013 14:47 #34224

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Wyatt, I wish I knew more about dogs and cats - Do you have Jim's book? The animal chapter is pretty thorough in the last edition - I'd say definitely protocol 1000 (which means you'll need to be WITH the animal for 8 hours a day) and you can spray the gums with skin spray. Hopefully, someone who has more experience with pets and mouth cancers can chime in. Sorry,,,

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gum and bone cancer in dog 20 Jul 2013 10:46 #34724

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thanks Pam it was to late cancer had gone to far and the dog died we tried the 20 drops of activated mms per once of water and sprayed the gums 8 times a day

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gum and bone cancer in dog 20 Jul 2013 13:11 #34726

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I'm so sorry to hear that Wyatt. Our pets are family - at least mine are to me.
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