Dogs Love Colloidal Silver!

My recent experience with canine distemper

A little brown stray dog showed up on my doorstep a few months ago, and he is so sweet and loving, that there was no hesitation to adopt this dog. Plus, my older dog Brutus loves him and they play really well together.

The new little guy was named Taco, because he looks like the typical street dog of Mexico. Taco arrived emaciated and covered with fleas and ticks, but with a little love, he quickly became a healthy looking dog. That is, until he got severely ill a short while later.

Taco developed a very high fever of 106° and almost died. Test results came back positive for distemper, one of the most deadly viruses a dog can get. Between 50% and 70% of dogs that get this disease die from it. And many of the dogs who do survive it end up with permanent neurological issues as a result of the virus attacking the brain.

Because distemper is a virus, there is no “official” cure. The only treatment is antibiotics to treat potential secondary infections, which are likely. So I followed the vet’s instructions and gave Taco antibiotics, but I also began giving him copious amounts of colloidal silver each and every day, multiple times per day.

Distemper is highly contagious so I put both of my dogs on colloidal silver, especially since Brutus began showing signs of the infection, which begins as a thick discharge from the eyes. I poured colloidal silver into each dog’s bowl with their morning and evening meals. I also put colloidal silver into their eyes.

Long story short, Taco has made a full recovery with zero lingering symptoms. He is perfectly healthy today and enjoys mountain bike rides and long hikes. Brutus never actually got sick. He showed symptoms of the same eye discharge that Taco had shortly before getting ill, but Brutus’ immune system kept the virus in check and he never even got a fever.

Is colloidal silver responsible for helping my two dogs beat the odds of a very serious disease? I can’t prove that. But from all the research I’ve done and all the vets I’ve talked with, it seems almost miraculous that two out of two of my dogs fought distemper and won. Since colloidal silver supports immune health, I was very grateful to be able to give that to my dogs in their time of need.

Do you have an animal that has been helped by colloidal silver? We would love to hear your story!

6 Responses to Dogs Love Colloidal Silver!

  1. Lori J McClellan November 19, 2019 at 1:14 pm #

    So glad to hear about your babies. Your healing spirit along with your wonderful products change the lives of those that you touch.
    Looking forward to seeing you again soon. Sorry we missed Prepper Camp this year.
    Lori (the Healer) McClellan

    • Jonathan Glauser November 19, 2019 at 2:48 pm #

      Hi Lori,

      Thanks for your message! Yes, I’m so grateful that my dogs are well.

      Take care and I’ll see you down the road.


  2. Erin Nesbitt November 21, 2019 at 7:46 pm #

    Hi Jonathan,

    I have used a few of your products before and love them! Ironically I just realized that the sulfur that I have left has expired and was thinking that I needed to get a new container …and then this email showed up today offering free shipping (!)

    I have 2 questions: how far past the expiration date on the Sulfur would it be still be considered safe to use? Also, how much colloidal silver did you put into your dog’s bowls? We have two Chihuahua sized dogs and two lab mix size dogs so not sure what the dosing would be …

    Thank you!

    • Jonathan Glauser November 25, 2019 at 12:39 pm #

      Hi Erin,

      Our Organic Sulfur is safe to consume past the expiration date. The worst that might happen is that is looses a little potency, but honestly if it’s stored sealed at room temp in a dry location, it should still be good and potent for up to a decade or more. All supplements come with an expiration date, but it doesn’t usually mean that the products are no longer good.

      With pets and small children, the official therapeutic dose is 1/4 teaspoon per 10 pounds of body weight. But when my dogs were fighting a life threatening illness, I did not measure and erred on the side of giving too much rather than not enough.

      Take care,

  3. Lil November 21, 2019 at 11:04 pm #

    My kitty has periodontal disease. He has had some of his teeth removed. Once again, his gums on one side of his mouth are red. I was putting sovereign silver on his gums and it seemed to help. I read all over the place pros and some cons of using silver on animals. I don’t put much on his gums b/c I am still wary of silver even though alot of ppl swear by it. I don’t know if Sovereign silver is the way to go. Is your silver the same? How many ppm’s doesn’t yours have? If I order from you, how much would you suggest to put on my kitties gums. We have a consultation in a week to see a vet dental specialist and our vet said that perhaps he may have to have his teeth removed. I had a cat with stomatitis years ago and unfortunately did have many teeth removed though I wondered if there wasn’t another underlying issue. It’s so easy for vets to say we need to remove all the teeth, I really don’t want to do that.

    • Jonathan Glauser November 25, 2019 at 12:30 pm #

      Hello Lil,

      Mountain Well-Being colloidal silver is similar to Sovereign however ours is 15ppm while theirs is only 10ppm. Our prices are much cheaper and we have received many testimonials from people reporting that Mountain Well-Being brand works even better.

      For your kitty, I would not hesitate to put colloidal silver on his gums. The best way to do this is most likely using a small atomizer spray bottle, which we have on our website, as long as he will tolerate the sensation of liquid being sprayed into his mouth. If it was my kitty, I would repeat the spraying of colloidal silver into his mouth many times throughout the day. In my opinion, you cannot overdo it like this. Colloidal silver is great for oral health issues, but must be reapplied often. If it was a human, they would want to swish the silver around in the mouth for awhile. But with an animal, the best you can do is spray it frequently.

      Be well,

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