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My dog is 11 and a half lab has been always healthy and her blood test back in September was just perfect. On November 5th, she started limping and when I took her to the vet, the xray showed that she has a lytic bone lesion in her right shoulder. Her lungs were clear. No surgery and no biopsy were performed. Maggie was started on deramaxx and pamidronate. On November 22nd we reported to her vet that she was vomiting and lost appetite. The doctor reduced the deramaxx dosage to 33mg per day (from 50) and on December 4th, when we came for her second IV for Pamidronate, we reported no progress and complete loss for appetite. The doctor told to immediately stop deramaxx, but he still administered Pamidronate. In several days Maggie was very weak, refused food and was non-stop vomiting. Her gums and tongue were very pale. The vet took her emergency blood test and her BUN was 102 mg/dl; CREA 5.0 mg/dl; PHOS 10.2 mg/dl; CHOL 330 mg/dl ; AMYL 2064 U/L. She was anemic HGB 7.0 g/dl, with RBC 3.14 and HCT 19.5%. RDW was 20.6%. Her platelets 117. He sent us to the emergency with kidney failure diagnosis. While in the emergency care, Maggie had ultrasound and they found large intraabdominal mass, thus releasing her home on December 14 as we refused to put her to sleep. Since November 15th we are giving her milk thirstle, Maitake DMG mushroom, dandelion, and she stopped vomiting and there is a slow progress in her appetite. We have programmed the digital device that we bought about a month ago to Sarcoma (which vet suspects). We tried to program it to Kidney failure, but according to the book info, there are eleven digital numbers, the Rife machine or Zapper can be programmed to ten only.
We will appreciate your advice regarding programming and what program is best to use for Maggie. Also, are there any strip available for animals? Maggie is 89 pounds.
Even though this is a complicated email, the requests are simple and less medical, so I will have a go at this.
Switch between the Sarcoma and Kidney failure programs every 3-5 days. Use the following frequency set:
Kidney Failure, Acute: 0.13, 0.65, 0.97, 7.50, 11.95, 40.00, 150.00, 524.94, 689.93, 752.05
I believe that the customer is also asking for a strap for animals. Flex straps will work well for an animal.
He said you would need to get a diagnosis to determine which Sarcoma it is. If that isn’t going to happen then ask the doctor for his best guess or just start mixing and matching and trying different Sarcoma frequencies and see which appear to have an affect. The other thing you can try, if he’s not certain it is Sarcoma, try the default – this is like a shot gun blast it goes after as many things as possible by going from lowest to highest. Very simple to program them and here is a link that will give you those frequencies, and how to program it in.
I have many clients who have used Rife Digital on their dogs or cats; To use Rife Digital with dogs, cut open an old pillow and thread the straps through until the 2 silver buttons on the wrist-straps are exposed at the top. Connect the straps to the Rife Digital and encourage the dog to sleep on his “new pillow”. The Rife will connect to the underbelly of the dog when he lies down, and allow the treatment processes to commence. Use the Leukemia settings from the Rife book for this treatment, as the Human frequency ranges will also apply to dogs.
We find at times the dog may chew the cable or strap. This appears to happen more frequently with younger dogs and puppies. Most of the older dogs 4-5+ just fall asleep soon after attachment. The healing process works well during the sleep period.
Select the appropriate frequency setting in the CAFL book provided. program them in to the zapper. Zap as long as possible.