The practitioner was asked by a hunter to treat four of his hunting dogs, aged between 7 and 8 years, who were all very seriously ill with Leishmaniosis Canine, a potentially fatal illness transmitted by mosquito-like flies which carry the parasite. Two have been suffering for more than one year and the other two for the past few months. The symptoms were loss of weight, total loss of hair and no growth of nails. The vet recommended that the dogs should be put down since he was unable to provide any kind of treatment for them.
On 30 November 2005, the practitioner prescribed the following combo:
#1. NM2 Blood + NM86 Immunity + NM116 Malaria Extra Strength + OM28 Immune System + SM26 Immunity...OD
The owner was advised to give the remedy to the dogs for three weeks, then stop for the next three weeks and repeat this alternating process three times. However, within 3-4 weeks, all four dogs recovered completely but the practitioner had gone away on vacation for four months! On her return, it was reported by the hunter that the dogs had lost their hair and appeared weak. On 4 May 2006, the practitioner prescribed a second combo given below to be added to the dogs' drinking water:
For hair loss and weakness:
#2. SR256 Ferrum Phos + SR361 Acetic Acid
In just 3 weeks, the dogs regained their strength and their hair had started to grow. As Leishmaniosis Canine was prevalent in the Island of the hunter’s residence, the practitioner continued to give #1…OD as prophylactic every year during the spring. The dogs did very well and no further episodes of Leishmaniosis Canine were reported. Their owner was very happy and grateful.