I raise show cats and one of my females had ended up with a cold! Not knowing better she sneezed and coughed all over her five wee kittens. Three out of five kittens developed runny eyes and sneezing. I called the vet right away and had them put on "moxilean and vetroplycin ointment for the eyes". A few days passed and the mom and two of the kittens seemed to clear but I had one kitten that really concerned me. The area was very swollen and there was no sign of an eye! I called the vet again and he met me as an emergency after hours. He took one look and was alarmed! He to was not sure if the eye had ruptured as there was nothing but white swollen tissue. We figured the kitten was blind. I was to take him to a specialist the next day to see what might be done. I came home and remembered that a friend had mentioned this stuff called colloidal silver would likely help his eye, I had nothing to lose at this point so I called him up. A fresh batch was made up (25ppm)and I began that night with the applications. I had at this time taken the wee kitten off all vet medications. I bathed the area, put a drop on and did my best to work it in.I also put a few drops in the mouth for good measure. I repeated this everyday. It has been 6 days now and I have seen a positive change everyday since I began with the silver. There is definitly an eye and he is now able to see from it! The swelling is almost completely gone. Amazing! Thanks soooo much! Heather
I have a pet sitting service and I believe in the natural way of healing whenever possible...my vet was amazed to see several of my successes--one with a badly scratched eye in a cat that healed so quickly he couldnt believe due to my use of c.s., two the rapidly healing of wounds in both dogs and cats when c.s. is applied and most significantly the prolonged well-being of a 21 year old cat with progressive kidney failure...with the use of c.s. internally he remained healthy enough to avoid many of the traumatic taditional treatments for this disease and interestingly enough and lending to greater belief in this by the vet, he had another client in the same situation with the same results...it is not only healthy, I believe, it works better than traditional prescribed synthetic drugs in many cases...and this is all because I was urged to try it for chronic Lyme disease and the many auto-immune diseases I encountered because the Lyme went undiagnosed for two years...I send my clients, friends and family to this website but would like to be able to have a comprehensive text to provide these same people especially as many still do not have access to the web....
Submitted by Barbara
I have used colloidal silver for many things, but my main use was on an Arabian gelding that I own. He had contracted a disease called EPM. I had taken him to a veterinarian that does acupuncture and uses a lot of homeopathy on horses as well as traditional veterinarian medicine. She had me put him on the colloidal silver. It has done wonders for him. He had severe muscle atrophy due to the EPM. Today, his muscles are almost back to normal in his croup and he has not regressed like many other horses in our area that I know have EPM. He has been off of it for about 6 months. The regular vet that I use was against me using the colloidal silver, but I feel it really helped Knight fight the protozoa that attacks the horses spine and neurological system.
Submitted by Lanny
I believe my 8 month old dog had Parvo. She was paralyzed in her hindquarters and was having painful bowel movements. It was late Sat night 6/13 when I noticed the symptoms. After searching the net I realized the vets treatment was only 10% successful. I called the only one that would answer the phone so late at night and he had never heard of colloidal silver. He advised Pepto-bismol and bring her in tomorrow. Not wanting to lose the time advantage I had, I took matters into my own hands and went to the all night grocery store and bought a disposable douche, emptied it, and gave her 8 oz strong colloidal silver rectaly and about 4 oz orally. Within a couple hours she could stand for brief periods. The next morning she was walking, and by this afternoon, she is running all over. She is not completely cured yet, I plan to give her 4 oz a day (orally) for a couple more days. (I tried another 8 oz rectal this morning, but she was so much stronger, she put up a fight that two of us had trouble trying. Hope I didn't mess up by not insisting) This same dog has had ringworm cured in one day and some fungus type thing under her left eye needs monthly treatment of colloidal silver or she loses her hair on her face. (she's part Sharpe' and chow) She is very lucky I learned about this (colloidal silver) just prior to getting her. I don't think she would have made the night last night. I'll report the final outcome later. I would like to have her stool sample analyzed to see if it was actually parvo. If it was, the 90% mortality rate may be just plain IGNORANCE!
Submitted by SHN
Our cat occasionally tangles with the neighborhood cats, as cats will. my daughter brought it to my attention that one of his eyes seemed droopy as it was late I said I'd look in the morning, the following morning his eye had completely closed the lid was showing the conjunctive tissue beneath and was literally foaming a green pus and smelled nasty. I took him to the vet and was told he might lose the eye before the infection could be knocked down. he had been swatted in the face and a claw had penetrated through the lid and into the tissue to the side and rear of the eyeball. I had just months prior had one of those nasty abscesses surgically repaired as it would not heal, it had cost a mere $100. the vet said it would cost less to remove the eye than to fight the infection. My wife had come home with this new "stuff" she had been told was wonderful and would cure anything, something called colloidal silver @ 5 ppm. I figured it wouldn't hurt as he would lose the eye! e anyway, I cleaned the area around the eye and opened the lids, putting two drops in allowed it to close and used my finger to gently rotate it, then opened it again and put two more drops in holding the lid up away from the eye then allowed it to close. the next morning I expected the infection to be larger, however the cat was up and staring at me with two eyes. granted the one was still "slightly swollen". I Was Sold!!!. I repeated the procedure and the eye the following morning was completely normal in appearance and the claw hole was closed! I repeated the procedure once more for general principles. I have since introduced more animal owners and friends to colloidal silver, Great "stuff".
Submitted by HAROLD
I have been using c s for about 2 ½ years. I have found it work well on a tremendous amount of ailments... My dog came down with a infection in his prostate. He was dripping blood from his penis. The doctor wanted to operate and remove the prostate. I took the dog home and gave him 2 tablespoons of 40 ppm c s. The next morning the dog was fit as a fiddle. My family uses c s for any viral or bacterial infection that attacks them. At present most of the people I know are using colloidal silver.
"I have a pet cat that started throwing up everything it ate. Upon taking it to a veterinarian, it was found to have swollen intestines and the foods couldn't pass through properly. So the vet gave me antibiotics which were supposed to help. He also said I would probably have to put it on steroids after using the antibiotics up. Steroids when used on cats cause feline leukemia. When the antibiotics were used up the cat was still throwing up frequently. So I started giving him some colloidal silver several times a day. Now he is getting better and rarely throws up after eating."
I have first-hand experience with a nearby lady who’s prize milking goat developed mastitis (infected teat) in one of her teats. You should know, when a goat or cow gets mastitis in one of its teats, the likelihood is about 90% that the teat will never be milk-producing again. This lady, at my recommendation, squirted CS up the goat’s teat (instead of the antibiotics recommended by the vet) several times over a 2-3 day period. In three days, the mastitis was gone, and that particular teat afterwards became the most productive of the goat’s two teats.
Another lady I knew had a horse that developed a large swelling on its neck, growing larger by the day. I gave her a gallon of CS, which she sprayed on the horses’ neck several times per day. In 3 days the swelling was gone, never to return. I’ll bet the salve would have worked just as good.
Twice my kids cats have become very, very sick. I’m talking very sick, the ‘lay around and stopped eating and didn’t even purr when petted’ kind of sick. Both times (different cats, a year apart) we substituted straight CS in their water bowls and they were back to normal within a few days. Clients have called me to report eye infections gone within a day or two from spraying CS into their cats/dogs eyes.
One lady about 20 minutes from my home had a horse who was a sire of the famous race-horse, Secretariat. This horse fell down and broke its leg, bone sticking through the skin. This woman had the vet simply set the leg bone (to his objection; he wanted to put the horse down). She covered the whole injury area with a large gauze pad, and kept it soaked in CS. Today that horse is normal in every way except that it isn’t up to the strain of racing. But it runs around and can carry children on its back.
A friend of mine called me all excited. He has two fish-tanks that you could almost take a bath in. His fish look like something from the Twilight Zone. He called me to report that one of his fish became very sick. It was covered with a layer of some kind of gray film and it moved just barely enough to breathe. My friend was not home when his wife noticed this fish. She took the fish out of the aquarium and put it in a bowl of straight CS. The next day the fish was completely clear. My friend called me saying, "Terry, you’ve got a fantastic aquarium product here!"
Cats, dogs, snakes, lizards, frogs, fish & birds (high mortality rate there), horses, pigs, ferrets, skunks, ermines – all pets – the potential is enormous. One of my customers is a mink farmer. He has 34,000 minks on his farm, which is not the largest farm by far. He told me that the mortality rate among minks is climbing every year. He is using CS to lower that mortality rate.