Colloidal silver is a natural solution comprised of tiny, almost microscopic, particles of silver floating in the water. Silver has been used for a long time to treat various ailments. Humans have been known to use it as an anti-infection agent. During the 20th century, Doctors used silver foil to bandage surgical incisions. Silver vessels were used to keep food and water fresh. Colloidal silver with about 99.9% pure silver was perfect for medicinal purposes.

Colloidal silver for dogs is a quick and safe way to fight off any infections. It includes a number of health benefits for your dog including a boost in his immune system and better general health. You may want to ask your vet first before using, and you will find that Colloidal silver provides a wide variety of benefits to your dog while being all-natural.

Colloidal silver serves as a natural antibiotic for dogs as well as other pets. They help fight a wide variety of infections such as yeast infections, sore throats, and eye infections. However, that’s not all. You’ll find that Colloidal silver has antifungal, antiseptic and disinfectant properties as well.

The most common ailments for which you can use Colloidal silver for dogs:

Any viral, fungal, or bacterial infections

Respiratory diseases such as Bronchitis and asthma

Digestive issues

Fever and cough

Thyroid problems

Lyme disease

Skin allergies

Wounds Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)

Parasites Yeast infection




Many people use the Colloidal Silver solution mixed with the pets regular water, or mixed in with their food.

The solution almost has no taste, so your dog is not likely to notice a difference.

The dosage is highly dependent on the size of the dog, what might be a sufficient dose for a bigger dog can turn into a toxic dose for a smaller one.

The recommended colloidal silver dosage depends on the dog’s body weight. For example, small dogs can take 5 ml and large dogs up to 10 ml of colloidal silver, two to three times per day for as much as ten days.  

Here are some practical dosing guidelines: 

  • Dogs weighing 2 to 10 pounds – 1/16 teaspoons
  • Dogs weighing 11 to 25 pounds – 1/8 teaspoons
  • Dogs weighing 26 to 40 pounds – 1/4 teaspoons
  • Dogs weighing 41 to 55 pounds – 1/2 teaspoons
  • Dogs weighing 56 to 80 pounds – 3/4 teaspoons
  • Dogs weighing 81 to 100 pounds – 1 teaspoon
  • Dogs weighing 101 to 150 pounds – 1 1/4 teaspoons
  • Dogs weighing 151 to 200 pounds and over – 1 1/2 teaspoons


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