Neck wounds on a dog 02885...Argentina
The practitioner writes: Our dog Pitty was attacked by two dogs at my nephew’s farm. He had large gaping wounds on his neck. My nephew was away at the time, so the dog went unattended for four days. My nephew's mom cleaned the wound and gave him some medicine. When my nephew returned to the farm, he brought Pitty to town to see the vet. The vet had to clean out everything and also remove all the necrotic flesh. The photos below show the wounds immediately afterwards.
When I saw Pitty on 7th May, I began vibro treatment. I gave him what I had at hand in the emergency combo kit I always carry. I chose Emergency, Be Well. Fit Well, Get Well, and Move Well:
CC9.2 Fevers & Infections + CC10.1 Emergencies + CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC15.1 Mental & emotional tonic + CC18.1 Brain disabilities + CC20.3 Arthritis + CC20.4 Muscles & Supportive tissue + CC20.5 Spine…4 pills in 1 litre water, BD for 1 month, then reduce to OD
I also put silver water (water with colloidal silver) in the left part of the wound that had an infection, because the vet did not want to clean the wound as there was too much infected tissue to take out. We put vibhuti all over the neck wounds daily and applied other modes of energy healing. After 7 days’ treatment, the infection was completely gone (see photo below, left).
As of 5th June, Pitty was eating well, had regained 3 kilos and was drinking 1 litre a day of vibro water. The wound on the left had closed and the larger wound was now 10 cm x 5cm and ready to be sewn up by the vet (see photo below, right).