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Rescue dog advice 08 Aug 2023 19:14 #79639

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Ok the book arrived and I think its around page 106 or 107, but it says for external skin fungal issues that sometimes it gets worse (and it did, big time. He was getting to be one big scab and he was really suffering. He was also hot to the touch. ), and this solution may not work at all for some fugal infections and if that is the case you need to go to plan B. Plan B worked great!  Plan B is 1/2 clay and 1/2 petroleum jelly or coconut oil or castor oil. (Never a vegetable oil like canola.). Spread it on the affected skin for at least 4 hours and repeat if needed.  We have done it 3 times and have seen so much improvement.  We started with clay and petroleum jelly, but he is a huge dog and it was getting so hard to wash it off after the 4 to 6 hours.  Also, they say to use a mild soap when washing it off.  After the first treatment, our vet suggested Castor oil with the clay so it won’t be so hard to wash off. She said castor oil is also great for eliminating fugal issues.  All I know is it’s really working and we’ve tried everything.  The clay is bentonite clay.  We got it on Amazon.  We got the 5 pound bag because he is such a large dog and we bought the 1 gallon jug of Castor oil.  Also, we put a shirt on him to keep the oil from getting on his bedding, but it didn’t work, it comes right through so be aware the you may get oil on whatever you rest the oil/clay mix on. 
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Rescue dog advice 08 Aug 2023 21:13 #79640

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Glad to hear you're getting some good results.
And thank you for letting us know. It might help someone with a similar issue.

If you aren't doing internal / oral, too, that would be an option.

You could put some Bentonite Clay in his food.

And you could also do internal/oral MMS, as well.

That way you are "attacking it from all sides".

Detox him real good to help him achieve Health Restoration, and,
through maintenance, stay healthy and healthier.
 
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Rescue dog advice 09 Nov 2023 14:19 #80362

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Hi. how much clay should be given to the dog without causing constipacion ?

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Rescue dog advice 01 Dec 2023 08:54 #80552

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Hi. how much clay should be given to the dog without causing constipacion ?

That's a difficult question to answer.

I don't think Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook" even talks about
giving Clay to non-human animals.

And I don't think I've read anywhere about that.

I thought about giving it to my cat, but never did.

I don't know if molds and fungi can negatively affect non-human animals like people,
but I suppose they might. (that is, make the MMS/CDS not work well if they have an infection)

And the Bentonite Clay is a good detox in its own right.

People take a teaspoon of clay several times a day.
I always eat "British" Digestive Biscuits to make sure I get a lot of fiber.

If I was going to give it to my dog, or cat, I would guesstimate the amount
based on their weight. Maybe use 150 pounds as a general human weight.
And divide it out for the animal from there?

Although, that may be overkill. For a small animal, the amount would be
pretty small based on that calculation. So, for my cat, I would probably
give them 1/16 of a teaspoon. For a medium-sized dog, maybe 1/4 tsp.

And then watch them and see how they do.

You can give cats canned raw pumpkin (not pumpkin pie filling) as a good natural laxative
because it has a lot of fiber. And probably the same for dogs.
My cat didn't mind it too much when I used it years ago and mixed it up in his food.

That's the best info I can give.

Sorry no one replied to your post in a timely manner.
 
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