I was hoping my first post to this forum would be more upbeat, but sadly I could use some help with an urgent matter. My 7.5 year old furry best friend Riley (Half Lab, Half Pit) was recently diagnosed with a form of urinary cancer back on 6/4/20 and the Vet said he had anywhere from 3 to 6 months to live at best. They advised against surgery because the cancer is in such a difficult place to reach that one wrong cut could have serious implications. The tumor(s) is/are creating pressure on the surrounding organs that has strained his urethra hence he sometimes has blood in his urine.
I've been administering to him 8 to 12 activated drops a day (SC + 50% Citric Acid) using various methods because he refuses to let us squirt any form of solution down his throat. The only success I've had is activating 4 drops inside a pill capsule and hiding it inside a piece of deli meat or mixing 2 drops into a chicken broth with pieces of chicken. At first we saw light improvements where his overall mood and physical activity improved, his urine had less blood and he was eating again... but in the past 7-10 days his behavior seems to have declined again and he's avoiding about 75% of his food again. Note: We took him 100% off kibble and he's been on a raw meat/bone diet or cooked chicken meat with sweet potato and spinach since diagnosis.
I've been at this for 2 months now and I want to take it to the next level in being more aggressive with his treatment. The 50% Citric Acid as an activator has been a nightmare to work with so I finally ordered some Hydrochloric Acid 6M (Lab grade) directly from Carolina Chemical Company. The back of the bottle label reads: Water (81.2%), Hydrochloric Acid (18.8%). How do dilute this to the recommended 4% strength? I want to make a 200 mL solution.
Also, I'm interested in doing injections on him as there seems to be a high success rate using that treatment. Can the injections be subcutaneous or do they have to be intravenous? The reason I ask is whenever the Vet administers shots they seem to do it so fast with no resistance by doing subcutaneous injections. Where would be the best place to inject the solution to attack the urinary cancer? What strength/dosage/frequency would I use? He currently weighs roughly 65 lbs. Finally, before I administer any shots to him, I want to first test myself. Where would be the best place to administer self-injections?
I'm sorry for the long post. I love my dogs to death and I refuse to give up him, especially since he's fairly young and I want this to conclude in a successful testimonial. I sincerely appreciate any information you guys can provide in advance.
Thank you kindly for your reply. I thought I would give a detailed update as I'm growing frustrated. I've been administering anywhere from 8 to 12 drops of activated MMS1 inside capsules and hiding the capsules inside roast deli meat and giving it to him on average 5 days a week since early June. He's been on this treatment roughly 2.5 months now and I feel that what it's doing is it's preventing the cancer from spreading but it's not killing it either. I say this because he still has reasonable energy, eats food, drinks water and enjoys walks, but if I miss like 2-3 days in a row I notice his appetite severely decreases where he doesn't want to eat and blood droplets begin to emerge in his urine again.
I feel like I'm going nowhere on my present course so I want to be more aggressive with his treatment. He's just shy of 9 years old and entirely too young to be passing. The cancer is a urinary type of cancer so its' going to be somewhere in his bladder region. What type of treatment you do guys think I should try next? Should I try a different oral dosage method? Should I try topical? I don't have any injection supplies but I'd be willing to try some form of an injection method if someone could provide proper dosage information/methods. I currently have HCL and Sodium Chlorite flakes in my possession. I'm currently in the process of making a fresh batch of CDS using 25% Sodium Chlorite with 4% HCL using Dr. Andreas Kalcker's jar method and I found a pool supply store that sells the test strips.
Our dog has lymphoma and we are giving her MMS1 and MMS2 - per Jim Humbles book - however with CDH as she "liked" that more than MMS1. Have you tried to use chicken broth mixed with the CDH in a syringe? - chicken broth will not interfere with the CL02 . We are using CDS with DMSO to the skin to push some CL02 into the body per JIm Humble's book but as stated with CDS - our dog do not mind this at all - but it can irritate her skin a little. If your dog has an area with limited fur on the belly apply with a patch (gauze) close to where the cancer is located. We have mixed the DMSO and the CDS in a bowl and then suck it up quickly in a syringe and applying with the syringe - this way the SDS is not losing half the strength before you have applied it (I tested it) - we have not found it practical to first apply CDS and then DMSO.
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Did you figure out the right dosage for a CD injection? Our dog has a cancerous tumor that is golf ball size and near the skin so we want to inject directly into it. Unfortunately, I cannot yet find the right dosage, but I am still digging tonight.
If I had to do that, Id buy some 151 (75.5% alcohol) or 190 (95% alcohol). "Everclear" grain alcohol, just buy the smallest bottle. It comes in handy for medical use.
Id make up your MMs, then mix it into CDH, using the best distilled water I could get. Id cut that CDH with a little of the Everclear to sterilize it, maybe with 10% (look that up) Id also put some Ivermectin on it. Ivermectin is an inject able anti-parasitic, but its also anti-bacterial and anti-fungal and Id try that and see what it got you. Its not going to hurt your dog thats for sure, and the Ivermectin might attack that tumor.
Use about a 1/2" 23 to 25 gauge needle, and go slowly, Ivermecting is thick, go slow, steady pressure and just be patient. Practice your shot before you do it so you know what to expect. You could also get some lido-cane or ambesol from the pharmacy to make sure the dog doesn't squirm when you are trying the injection.
Get the dog On DMSO too. Dogs need lots of sulfur and dogfood is poor in sulfur, that alone might make the difference.
Ivermectin injectable is $29 at Atwoods or Tractor supply.
The tumor looks bad, but its the systemic problem that is going to kill the dog the quickest, so treat the tumor, but start getting the CDH and sulfur into that dog first.
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