My dog has Degenerative Myelopathy and I am about to start her on MMS. I have Jim's book "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook" and I have read Chapter 15 a number of times.
I also watched a video that Mark Grenon did on animals and he was using a syringe to give the MMS orally. I will also be using a syringe to give MMS orally to my dog.
The part I don't understand is it seems to me that I will be starting off with an amount of MMS that would be too small to transfer to a syringe. My dog is a 40kg German Shepherd so will be activating 8 drops of MMS and then into 120mls of water. From this I will be giving her 2 drops up to 6 drops on the Starting Procedure.
How do I give her 2 drops in a syringe? Do I add these 2 drops to more water and then put it in the syringe? I can't seem to find that in Chapter 15.
After activating MMS drops, try adding 3 to 5 ml of water and squirt that down your dogs throat. If she balks due to the smell or taste, then add just MMS drops to water in a syringe. Dogs usually have a lot of stomach acid, so unactivated MMS should work fine. No taste or smell problem. MMS1 is about 10% activated at 30 seconds and the rest should be activated in stomach acid.
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