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MMS, dogs and ticks 06 Apr 2024 20:36 #82047

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I've put my dog on MMS - we are still on the starting procedure building up to the required amount of mililiters (11ml in her case). Once we reach 11ml we start protocol 1000.

Is there any information regarding MMS and ticks? Or CDS and ticks?
Can MMS or taking MMS protect her from ticks somehow? Is there anyway I can use MMS or CDS on her so that the ticks don't bit her? It's getting warmer and I've noticed she's already had a tick sitting on her. That means I'll have to use one of the drops/ticks repellants that are actually a poison... I've been searching and testing all the natural methods but nothing works... and where I live it's so many of them that if I don't use Frontline on her she just goes crazy scratching herself...

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MMS, dogs and ticks 19 May 2024 01:12 #82409

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I always struggled with the use of poisons for pest control on my Companion Animals.
I always felt guilty and bad for using them.
If you've ever gotten it on you, "too much", or not gotten it off fast enough, and gotten
that nasty chemical taste in your mouth, and/or sick feeling --- I dread to think what it's
doing to the poor animal.
But, usually, it's either that, or have fleas and/or ticks.

I've tried all kinds of alternative and natural products over the years, and they basically don't work.
I'm always extremely grateful for a low flea and tick season where I can not use the bad stuff.

AFAIK, MMS does nothing to fleas and ticks. If only it did, that would be so wonderful.
(it probably just makes the fleas and ticks healthier)

Maybe someone else will reply with some good news.
 
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MMS, dogs and ticks 19 May 2024 07:45 #82418

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Thank you. 

I feel the same... I put drops on my dog and I felt as if I was killing her... If the ticks that suck her blood die of it than my dog has to also be affected somehow... 
I noticed though that the ticks that bit her don't get all. dry and die. They get a bit soften and not as perky. I give her CDS every second day and it might be that it cleans the drops from her body and blood. Making the ticks healthier as you said. Funny and ironic at the same time. 

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