Chloe had a hematoma the size of a softball when she came to us. It was just behind her left jaw where another dog had bitten her and left tooth plaque in the wound. I’m telling you this because I think the final outcome relates to treating all the dogs with sodium chlorite (notice that’s got a “t”, not a “d”). I have no other explanation why a hematoma Chloe’d had since we got her suddenly vanished. To that I want to add . . . I think if I’d known about sodium chlorite when Max got sick we would not have lost him. I’m sure Dan’s thinking the same about his mastiff Kym, who now rests here on the farm beside Max.
So here’s the story. We had some animal vandalism about 2 months ago. We live on a dead end gravel road which runs through our property to the homes of the other two families who live on our road. All the dogs were fine when Wadly fed at 9pm. They were all fine when I got up the next morning. By nine that morning we had three injured dogs.
The week prior I had given all the dogs a 3-day course of sodium chlorite drops as a chemical detox, anti-parasitic and to start treating a sinus infection (Chuck) that just wouldn’t go away. (Cute little dogs are not cute when they have runnels of fluid matting the hair below each eye. Yuk. Wake up, people. Runny eyes are not healthy.)
As to the injuries, we suspect someone staying with a neighbor’s family deliberately struck all three of our dogs with their car. The injuries were all on the left side indicating the dogs were traveling together nose to tail along the shoulder of the drive in the same direction the car was traveling. Someone had to deliberately swerved into them to injure all three dogs where and how they were injured. (Mean people truly suck and anyone who would deliberately harm animals has no productive place in society. I’m with Fiona (Burn Notice). “Can’t we just shoot ’em?” JMPO)
Chloe had a broken back leg (compound fracture inside the left hind leg between the knee/stifle and the hip joint) and the hematoma on her neck had burst internally with the fluid running loose inside the skin of her neck. Of the three dogs she sustained the most injury. Happy had a shallow three-corner hole on the outside of her upper left front leg and Patsy had a sore left shoulder, some edema in her upper left front leg and a broken tooth.
With the fluid portion of Chloe’s hematoma dispersed, we could feel the “seed” of the hematoma (hard, round, about the size of a ping pong ball and fastened firmly to the muscle of her neck behind her jaw). I thought the hematoma would fill with fluid again but it didn’t. I kept an eye on it to see what would happen to the seed.
Happy’s wound was relatively minor and situated where she could easily reach it to keep it clean. Patsy’s soreness went away after a couple days.
We couldn’t touch Chloe anywhere except on her head without her scooting away. Wrestling with her to look at the leg would probably have compounded the damage. If she stood in just the right spot I could turn my upper half upside down and crane my neck like crazy and get a peek at the wound. It was on the inside where it couldn’t come in contact with the ground and she was keeping it clean. In the beginning there were two gaping holes I could have stuck my finger in to at least the knuckle. Every time I checked, the wound looked awesome; no infection, clean and obviously healing.
Within three weeks Happy was fully healed and Chloe was putting weight on her leg. Shortly thereafter her leg wound closed completely and within six weeks she was running around on her leg like nothing had happened.
So just this last week I noticed the seed of Chloe’s hematoma is gone. The filling around the seed never came back and now there is no longer a lump/seed. How weird is that? I know sodium chlorite is awesome stuff. It kills bad bacteria, viruses, detoxifies (chemicals AND heavy metals) and eliminates parasites. Is it the reason the hematoma seed vanished?
If I hadn’t already started an SC cleanse that got all three dogs so much healthier, what would the injury outcome have been? Would Chloe’s leg wound have developed an infection? Chloe’s got some scarring on the inside of her leg where the bone sliced and diced the skin, but watching her tear around the farm you’d never know she’d ever had a compound fracture.
If you want to learn more about sodium chlorite, go to MiracleMineral.org and download the free e-book.