A case of Ear Infection in a dog
- Name: Arrow Durfee
- Website/Source: http://www.healthsalon.org/380/mms-testimonial-no-16-using-mms-with-animals/
My dog is about 13 years old. He has some kind of tumor on his right side. Its not an open wound, but it looks like a golf ball under his fur, well maybe not quite that big.
He also has another tumor or growth of some kind on his front leg. It looks like a penis.
Neither of these seem to bother the dog, however, a couple days ago I noticed he was tilting his head to one side quite often, so I took a flashlight and looked into his ear. It has some kind of infection, its all full of pus and smells bad as well. The other ear is fine.
I sprayed colloidal silver in his ear, and kind of worked it in there before he shook his head from side to side. I tried to give him a capsule of oil of oregano, but he kept spitting it out. I finally took an eye dropper, and opened his mouth enough to squirt some in. He didn’t care for the taste. That was all done yesterday. Then last night, I did the same with some activated MMS. He does not care for the taste of that either, but he took it.
Today I put a 00 capsule with 8 drops MMS with 35 drops of citric acid in a piece of banana, and gave it to him. That tricked him. I also mixed some colloidal silver with some oil of oregano in a small squirt bottle and sprayed some in his infected ear.
I know dogs make their own Vitamin C, so between that and the oil of oregano, and the MMS for back up, I’m hoping his infection gets cleared up.
Any other suggestions?
Gerry? Thanks in advance. PBD.
Right. Jim Humble also warns to wash off any topically applied MMS after a few minutes or even seconds.
I tend to think, though, that it’s the concentration. I still believe the end result of MMS is hypochlorite (bleach), but even bleach can be applied topically at the right concentration (Dakin’s solution, 1 part bleach to 10 parts water).
Hydrogen peroxide is really effective. But even this has hypochlorite as the end result. The bubbling observed is oxygen released which quickly binds with chlorine in our tissues.
So I suspect it might be a matter of concentration. Of course, better safe than sorry. So follow the recommendations for topical application provided by Humble.
I did put some activated MMS into his infected ear. However, I dilluted it so it would not burn his ear. I also put a couple ounces of colloidal silver in his water dish each day, and although its only been a few days, he is doing alot better. The pus is all gone, and so is the bad smell. He is back to his old regular self, so I will just keep an eye on him for awhile. I might use some 3% hydrogen peroxide as B suggests, if necessary.
Thanks for all the comments and helpful suggestions. He is an old mutt, but I love’m. I have a feeling that MMS may add some years to his life, and for that I thank Jim Humble. ….PBD
Can I collect up your testimonial on your dog for healthsalon?
Yes, he appears to be completely healed, and I gotta tell you, his ear was gross. It looked awfull and smelled even worse. After a couple doses of MMS, his ear is fine. I am using some 3% hydrogen peroxide as per your suggestion just to clean it out. PBD.