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I just noticed you recommended UNactivated drops -- how many per quart is good? 13 Sep 2022 17:29 #76760

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No. I've been putting unactivated MMS drops in my dogs ceramic water dish for months now. It holds quite a bit and I put in about 10 drops each time I change the water. If the dogs don't drink all the water, I exchange it each morning, scrub the dish a bit and give them fresh. As an FYI, I have 5 golden retrievers all of which are about 65 pounds - except for my "baby" who was the runt of the litter. She's probably about 53 pounds. 

This little baby of mine has congestive heart failure and the (Emergency) Vet convinced me to put her down (she wasn't even a year old). They said her heart was 4 sizes larger than it should, beating erratically and had a valve issue. She could barely move and I was able to be with her in ICU - believing she was a goner. There I started her on MMS - I gave her two "servings" about an hour apart while in the ICU - they never knew ;o). When I made my decision that it was best for her to put her down, I told them I wanted my kids to come and say goodbye. They took off her oxygen and disconnected her from her IV and when I called her name, she immediately perked up and showed that she wanted to live! TWO DOSES ;o)  Four months later at her first check up (and yes, she's on several different heart medications), I've been giving her unactivated MMS in every water dish they get. Her checkup they announced that her heart beat was strong and sounding good and that her heart wasn't as enlarged. I was thrilled. I knew when I brought her home, that we were going to give her the best, rest of her life that we could - whether it be short or long. They insisted that they got her meds right on the "first try". I smiled and minded my own business. We are now soon to be going to her next checkup (in October) and I hope that she will have even more improvement. This little baby of mine is full of vim, vigor and vitality. I do try to not get her out of breath, but she loves playing with the pack ;o) I'm unsure whether or not MMS will "cure" her valve issue, but I have high hopes. My goal is to eventually wean her off all heart meds!

Now, unbeknowest to me - the MMS was performing another miracle at the same time with my oldest dog. She had what appeared to be a broken tooth according to my regular Vet. They quoted me about $2400 for an extraction. Since I've had issues w/ one of my other pups (chronic sock eater and multiple intestinal blockage surgeries) I didn't want to add another expense until I could better afford it. This tooth was turning brown with clear signs of a dying tooth. I felt badly but she never complained and it wouldn't stop her from eating her treats, bones etc. For whatever reason I checked out her teeth and could not see a brown tooth. I told myself, well maybe I couldn't remember which side it was one (I definitely remembered it was an upper tooth). Regardless, my older gal's teeth look great! So, another perk of putting the unactivated MMS in their water dish was it allowed her to heal her tooth. So much so, that I am now brushing with activated MMS myself to try and rid myself of a few small cavities - stay tuned on that one.

I put more drops in my golden's water dish becaues they are larger dogs. Your dosing should be by the size of the animal you are trying to treat. Please refer to Jim Humble's section on how to dose animals properly. But, I for one, say absolutely do it. There's so little in it, the dogs will continue to drink the water not even tasting it or knowing that it's going to help them. A definite win-win in my book without the fuss. 

Hope this helps and wishing all those pups here get better!
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I've ordered the chlorine dioxide test kit - had posted to learn of already ok liquids or foods to mix w/ mms1 for dogs 13 Sep 2022 21:25 #76763

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You mean SCS (Sodium Chlorite Solution).

I don't know how you would estimate how much to use.

Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook" chapter on Animals
discusses using ClO2 (MMS1) based on weight for "active dosing".
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I've ordered the chlorine dioxide test kit - had posted to learn of already ok liquids or foods to mix w/ mms1 for dogs 13 Sep 2022 21:38 #76766

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I've been using the same amount as suggested w/ activated drops but only using the unactivated (part A - Sodium chlorite). A friend of mine stated that even though it'd be just the unactivated Part A, using the same amount of drops (as if it were activated) was the way to go. For example: for 5 activated drops - I used 5 unactived (part A) drops. Sorry for the confusion: however, it's been working for us. This is what I've used on my dogs and have seen wonderful results thus far. She was diagnosed in March, 4 month follow-up was in July. 3 month follow-up from that will be October.

If anyone is uncomfortable with this - then don't do it. I simply wanted to share the positive experiences we've had with two beloved members of our fur family: one which was given a death sentence due to congestive heart failure and no outlook for a "normal" life. She's doing fantastic - she still may have a shorter life than the average golden, but every day with her is a gift and she's an absolute joy ;o)
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I've ordered the chlorine dioxide test kit - had posted to learn of already ok liquids or foods to mix w/ mms1 for dogs 14 Sep 2022 19:43 #76781

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Glad to hear they are doing better.
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I just noticed you recommended UNactivated drops -- how many per quart is good? 15 Sep 2022 14:07 #76789

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Thank you for this post! When you say you gave her two "servings" what did that entail?

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I just noticed you recommended UNactivated drops -- how many per quart is good? 16 Sep 2022 11:37 #76797

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"Two servings" is probably the wrong way to state it so I'll explain. As soon as I was walked back to the ICU - I gave her a dose of MMS. I wound up putting the drops on top of some soft food which she was able to eat as she was hungry but with little strength to do so - she just lapped at it a bit and I made sure the drops were right on top so she'd get get the dose. I did this twice and if I remember correctly it was less than an hour a part (but at least 30ish minutes). As I mentioned, she was disconnected from her oxygen and IV and I was ready to carry her to a room to say goodbye with my kids. She was having none of it at that point and I burst into tears knowing she deserved the benefit of the doubt and every chance I could give her to live. AND living she is ;o) I do remove her from the other dogs when she overdoes it as she loves to run full tilt with them and when she starts to get out of breath I have her settle down to allow herself some time to recover, before going at it again. Right now, she is still diagnosed with congestive heart failure. I have no idea if her body will be able to repair the faulty valve - but I have hopes that it can. It will take time. And as long as her heart starts to get back to normal size - that's a significant improvement. My goal is to get her off of as many meds as I can (currently 6 of them costing about $300 a month). Her next appt is in October and I'm looking forward to (more) good news. 

I will continue to put drops in their water - they don't mind it being there (they don't even know it's there I believe) and it also has helped my oldest gal's tooth that was dying. Whatever was wrong with it - has gone away. The vet wanted to extract it - and it was a costly procedure and I made the decision to put it off until a later time. I'm glad I did because I never considered that putting drops in their water would help. I'm thrilled it did and we go to the vet next month...I'm sure the (regular) Vet will be checking her tooth and I'll be waiting to hear her comments and/or question(s) as to what I did to "fix" it ;o)
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I just noticed you recommended UNactivated drops -- how many per quart is good? 16 Sep 2022 14:28 #76798

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I am so happy your little girl is recovering and I am believing for her FULL recovery! Would you start with 1 drop MMS in a cup of water or does that sound like too much/too little? She has a growth on her face (half outside and half inside) about the size of a grape...

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I've ordered the chlorine dioxide test kit - had posted to learn of already ok liquids or foods to mix w/ mms1 for dogs 18 Sep 2022 17:28 #76812

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Hello DogCatmom. I suggest trying to spray the MMS solution on the sore spots, regularly, apart from giving the remedy internally, or when there's no chance to apply it internally. My male cat had a fight with his rival that left him with a large wound inside his right thigh, last Thursday night. The vet told me that this wound should close up in time by itself, no need to operate. Apart from giving MMS orally, I also spray the wound with it, when my cat isn't aware of me trying this.
I can easily surprise him from behind, and although he jumps away, which makes me laugh, at least his wound received treatment. He's also on antibiotics (for 5 days only). Not my favorite remedy, but the vet gave it to me, recommending it. I decided to not mention MMS, at risk of being ridiculed and not receiving proper service. 5 days of antibiotics aren't too bad. And cat claws can be nasty, isn't it? The wound doesn't bleed anymore after 7 hours, and in the morning it looked clean, also because my cat keeps himself very clean, licking his wound properly, I've noticed. He's in good condition, eating with ardor and sleeping a lot.
I hope you'll find a good solution with your dog.

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I've ordered the chlorine dioxide test kit - had posted to learn of already ok liquids or foods to mix w/ mms1 for dogs 20 Sep 2022 11:46 #76830

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we recently had an outburst of kennel cough in the park and i tried using activated mms and ot nowhere with it so i used CS and the coughing stopped within couple day of dosing 3 times daily. now i add unactivated mms to water 2 drops daily as they have lots of stomach acid and take it myself. hope this is of use to you every dog is different just like us so its trial and error i think, but dont give high doses, start low and see how they go. jims book gives weight info

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