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MMS for Boxer Dog with Possible Lymphoma 19 May 2020 21:52 #64329

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I have lost two boxer dogs to lymphoma. So when I noticed the slowdown/usual symptoms in my current three-year-old, I started him on MMS. He's 75 lbs., so I've been giving him 3 activated drops 2 x a day for about a week. He's tolerating it well. How long should I give it to him to really get rid of the lymphoma? A week? Month? Is there any harm in continuing it after a week?

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MMS for Boxer Dog with Possible Lymphoma 21 May 2020 04:04 #64373

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No harm in putting it in his drinking water forever! Better that he doesn't get sick than trying to cure him when he does? Us too !!!!
No metal bowls.

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MMS for Boxer Dog with Possible Lymphoma 21 May 2020 15:49 #64376

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I used to give my boy biter apricot seed , resveratrol and astragalus.
Raw diet with cruciferous greens with coconut oil.

All the best

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MMS for Boxer Dog with Possible Lymphoma 23 May 2020 01:27 #64421

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MMS for Boxer Dog with Possible Lymphoma 13 Jul 2020 14:23 #65137

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Hi, Have a look at my post here:
mmsforum.io/goto/welcome/33634-13-year-user

The Boxer breed are very prone to allergy's a strict diet is necessary they are usually gluten intolerant so no cerials at all. No sweets chocolates or your dinner leftovers.

Dogs are carnivores so give them meat and fats, no oils no greens if you must use tinned or dry food use only a "with rice" mix.

My Boxer was born with a heart murmur but by doing the above made it to over 17years old [shocking].

Oh and avoid the vaccinations mine had them as a pup and the one shot 6 months before getting her tumor [hmmm], She only had that as papilloma was going about at the time and I was worried and ignorant.

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