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MMS1 or Activated MMS: chlorine dioxide (ClO2)
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Please help. Sick small dog 03 Oct 2023 23:37 #80059

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I'd like to revive this thread a bit.

My little puppy (11wo) came down with parvo - despite of being vaccinated (or just because of an overstressed immune system).

I read in the MMStestimonials, that a lady mixed up 3drops/4oz that healed her pup - yet the protocol in the book advises only 1drop/4oz with the C1 solution. As my dog's case is acute, but she is very small (2.25kg) isn't the C2 solution with its 8 drops/4oz too strong?

I certainly don't want to underdose the MMS, but also trying to avoid overdosing it.

Any help is welcome as time is not our friend in these cases... :(

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Please help. Sick small dog 04 Oct 2023 01:07 #80062

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Oh, one more thing: has anyone any experience with MMS enemas? I'd try to give her 1-2 ml of the 1drop/3-4oz solution...

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Please help. Sick small dog 04 Oct 2023 07:34 #80066

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I strongly suggest you buy Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook",
read and study it, and follow its Protocols. There is a chapter on Animals. (16)
It sounds like this is what you are referencing.
Getting information ONLY online is not a great idea, imo.

You don't want to overdose (Herx) your dog. S/he's sick enough already.

I don't like to give data here without people using the book and double checking my suggestions.

This is the table info for an animal of your weight:

Weight: 4 - 6 lbs (1.8 - 2.7 kg)
Starting Procedure: 1.0 – 2.0 – 3.0 ml-C1
Protocol 1000: 3.0 – 4.0 – 5.0 ml-C1

So you should mix Cup 1, which is 1 drop MMS1 dose in 4 oz (120 ml / 1/2 cup) water.
And give the noted MILLILITERS from that cup.
(you only give actual DROPS of MMS1 to large HEAVY animals, as noted)
So you will need a syringe. The fatter one that goes from 1 to 10 ml.
My vet gives them to me for free.
Or you can buy them, maybe at the store, or online.

Just like with humans, you want to follow the LOW and SLOW methodology.
Start with low amounts, and increase slowly over time. (that's why there are 3 value amounts)
Unfortunately, your pet / companion animal can't tell you if they are nauseated.
So you have to do it with observation and do the best you can.
(like, is it causing them to not eat or drink, which is BAD)

You can force them to take the liquid (squirt in mouth), or put it in beef or chicken broth,
to hide the smell and taste.
If they won't lick that up, you can squirt or dropper that into their mouths.
That should be more palatable then the plain liquid solution.
Most of the broths are probably fine, but, ideally, you should check with
ClO2 Test Strips to see if the liquid negatively affects the MMS.
(see my website, link below, for what I did and used for my cats)

If the animal does not show signs of improvement after
two days, move on to Protocol 1000 Plus. This means
add DMSO to each oral dose. Continue using the same
dosage amounts for Protocol 1000 and add the following
amounts of DMSO:
● Cup1—add 3 drops of DMSO.

The DMSO helps distribute the MMS1 deeper into the animals body.
The DMSO will 'corrupt' the solution fairly quickly.
So you need to create a new cup every hour.

When you aren't using the DMSO, the solution should be fine
for a few hours / doses, especially if you keep it in a tight-lidded container,
and keep it cool, out of the sunshine, or in the refrigerator.

I thought about giving my cats enemas, but I can only imagine that
gets pretty messy, since you can't tell your animal to keep it in
as long as they can like you can with people.
But I suppose if you did it outside, at least you would get it in them,
even if it immediately started coming out. Or maybe in a bath tub / shower.

You can also give them 'baths', and soak them, or poor it on them.
For that, you want to use actual drops like you do for people. (10+ actual drops, etc.)

You can also mix the DMSO with the CUP MMS and put it on them.
Perhaps a tablespoon every hour around their body, or maybe even the whole cup.
It's more difficult to Herx with external applications, but not impossible.

Some people also put the SCS in their water bowl, which should not be metal.
There is 'discussion' about how much to use, though.
Maybe several drops in a few cups of water?
Then it will convert into ClO2 using their stomach HCL acid.
But it depends on how much water they drink.
Since SCS "Water Purification Drops" are just a salt solution,
it shouldn't make the water taste bad. (as opposed to using ClO2-MMS1 or CDS)

I hope this information helps and I hope it works for you.
It is most probably an "at this point I should just try it and do the
best I can and hope for the best" situation.

Can't Hurt, Might Help, Probably Will.

You can also try giving them one of those "Farmer's Dog" -like foods,
which can be health promoting, as well.

Please come back and let us know if it works, and what you did.
This helps other people with similar problems.
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You will find info there regarding Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".

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Please help. Sick small dog 04 Oct 2023 10:34 #80070

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THX for the reply Bill, appreciated!

Yep, I have a ton of materials about various methodologies, and while I'm familiar with most human protocols, such a tiny pup can be a challenge (multiple ways, of course).

I made a C1 solution and squirted in her mouth multiple times - but we're in the downhill section roughly @40 hours, so every second is vitally important. We're through 2 infusions and several jabs and at home we are doing the squirt protocols with the C1. But the loss of liquid is staggering. I tried the enema with 4ml, yet she was not able to keep it in, and subsequently around 90-100ml came out, so the math wasn't quite right. We stopped the enemas.

There are passive drops in their bowls too, so hopefully that will also be beneficial.

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