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09 May 2015 08:51 #49694 by loona
I just wanted to share with you all the full success of treating my 10 years old rottweiler with mms1 and mms2.
She started to grow a bone tumor in August 2013 on the right front leg, and I immediately knew this would be a repeating pattern that I previously went through with my other rottweiler who died of aggressive cancer in April 2009.
In anwswer to my prayers, I was guided to MMS and started in October 2013.
I followed Horsefeather's guidance with Lady (Bless you both) and I had to add MMS2 once I had reached the maximum my Dog could drink/tolerate with the drops.
In June of 2014, I ran a full blood test and she was free of cancer. The tumor had stopped growing completely.
I kept her on MMS2 on a maintenance level, and she was living happily.
She has crossed the rainbow bridge last month, at age 12+
Free of cancer, Full of Love, perfectly in accordance to the Divine Laws.

Bless you All
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09 May 2015 10:45 #49695 by Horsefeathers
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Aww! She looks like she was a sweetie! I am glad to hear of your success and saddened at your loss but 12+ years is a good age for a large dog! May I ask, how did you give your dog MMS2?
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13 May 2015 09:46 #49705 by loona
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Thank you Denise, yes she was a guardian angel :)
and it is a huge victory that she wants me to share.

So I first started with Protocol 1000 until i reached about 40 drops per day.

Then after 8 days I added 1/2 cap of MMS2, but then reduced the drops to 15 total, given in 3 times a day (3 times 5 drops)
Then added another 1/2 cap of MMS2.

After a month, i increased MMS2 by 0,25 dose (1 cap split into 4 doses) until i reached 2 full caps per day. MMS1 drops were increased to 20 total.
That was the maximum she could take. So i had to go down.
I think I will detail my records to make it real clear, this is just gonna take me little time and efforts with the language :)
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15 May 2015 20:17 #49709 by Sky
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This si a wonderful share - thank you loona

What I think Horsefeathers asked - I would also want to know: How did you get the capsule into the dog?

My dogs have learnt the art of tongue wrestling my hand and it's a battle most times....

The mind is like a garden, if you do not cultivate it, you cannot harvest from it.
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15 May 2015 22:38 #49711 by Horsefeathers
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:) My main concern was how did you get enough water down them!
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19 May 2015 13:43 #49722 by loona
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Oh I'm sorry about the confusion!
So the easiest way I found was to hide the mms2 cap in a small piece of 'pâté', she took it without making any association to the product.
Then i mixed some food with one full glass of water.
The food could vary, some more tiny pieces of pâté or anything she loved : small pieces of ham, etc..
The trick was that she had to drink the water before being able to catch the food,
sometimes she would look at me saying: come on, i don't want the water, but i was standing next to her saying my magical phrase 'bois-un-tit-coup' (slang doggy french) :lol:
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19 May 2015 14:00 #49723 by Sky
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Thank you loona

The mind is like a garden, if you do not cultivate it, you cannot harvest from it.
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19 May 2015 14:04 #49724 by Horsefeathers
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Thank you for the added info! Should I have the need again (God forbid!) I will certainly try your trick! Love it!
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13 Aug 2015 20:15 #50056 by migueliracheta
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Mrs. Loona I am writing you to ask for your help. I have a dog Rotwailer with a bone tumor in her left arm. She is 5 years old. I wanted to ask, how did you do the treatment in your Rotwailer using MMS. I started applying the treatment a week ago, but my idea is to do it as good as possible, for that reason I need to know step by step of the method. I will be very thankful if you want to share your knowledge of your experience that you had with your dog, any tip you can give me, it will be relevant for me .
Miguel from Chile

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