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Re: Why would be un-activated MMS not recommended for pets?

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Re: Why would be un-activated MMS not recommended for pets?

I'm new here. I have been giving Miracle-Mineral-Supplement to my 16 year old Dachshund on and off, since 18 December 2007, with very good results. I have also been taking it myself since 17 December 2007, also with very good results.

For my little dog, I simply followed Jim Humble's book, although I only used one drop since my little dog is about 25 lbs.

This is an extract from Jim Humble's book 2.
(8) Animals, use with any sick animal: For smaller animals use three
drops per 25 pounds of body weight. For horses and other larger
animals, use one drop for each 25 pounds of body weight. Use an
appropriate amount of vinegar, wait, and normally use water added
instead of juice. Most animals will go ahead and drink, but you may
have to force feed the animal. In that case a turkey baser with a
large squeeze bulb bought at most grocery stores works fine. If there
is a question use smaller doses at first.

Feel free to correct me, but I'm sure approx 2.2 lbs = 1kg which would make 25 lbs = 11.36 kgs.
I hope this helps.

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