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creatine and amino acid suppliments???

Discussion in 'Sports & Activities' started by BFKENNEL, Jul 9, 2004.

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  1. BFKENNEL

    BFKENNEL Big Dog

    Could you guys please give your opinions in using amino acids and creatine suppliments in conditioning your dog. What would be the side effects? Thanks & more power...;) PEACE
     
  2. AC

    AC Big Dog

    I vouch for those products but please do be careful with the dosage! Creatine must be given in something sweet such as a banana/honey blend or something to that affect. It will bring the glucose level way down. The amino acids are awesome I was giving one capsule a day to several dogs and saw great results.
     
  3. SWAMPER

    SWAMPER Pup

    Red Cell And Winstrol V Are The Shit Along With Creatine But Be Carefull Of The Dosage Its Tricky
     
  4. XxKonnectionsxX

    XxKonnectionsxX Top Dog

    Why would anyone want to give their dog human supplements? Wouldn't it be better if you just fed your dogs really well and just gave them the proper exercise or workout regimen to get them where they should be? I'm just curious.
     
  5. SWAMPER

    SWAMPER Pup

    Why would anyone want to give their dog human supplements? Wouldn't it be better if you just fed your dogs really well and just gave them the proper exercise or workout regimen to get them where they should be? I'm just curious.


    WELL I HOPE IM NOT WRONG HERE BUT WINSTROL V IS FOR ANIMAL USE ONLY ITS NOT FOR HUMANS AS I HAVE SEEN IT USED BY HUMANS THOUGH CREATINE IS JUST A SUPPLEMENT NOT NEAR THE POWER OF WINSTROL.IT BASICALLY BURNS THE FAT OFF THE DOG AND MAKES A VERY GOOD KEEP AND ALOT OF POWER LIKE A B$#%H .ALSO THE JAW IS A MUSCLE IF IT IS WORKED WHILE ON WINSTROL IT WILL GAIN MORE STRENGHT.AND RED CELL IS JUST A SUPER CONCENTRATED VITIMAN FOR RACEING HORSES.CREATINE IS FOR HUMANS BUT IT WILL HELP THE DOG A LIL OR CERTAIN DOGS.I AGREE IT SHOULD BE KEPT TO A NATURL KEEP BUT IF HE OR SHE IS MISSING A LIL SOMETHING TRY IT N SEE WHAT YOU THINK.ITS ALL TRAIL N ERROR HOPE I DIDNT MEAN TO OFFEND ANYONE AND THIS IS JUST WHAT I LEARNED BUT HEY I ONLY BEEN IN THEM 3 YRS STRONG
     
  6. Bubba

    Bubba Top Dog

    Winstrol is for horse consumption, and its a steroid that should only be used if you TRULY know what you are doing, or it can lead to your dog running hot. They make a canine red cell that is similiar to the horse red cell, it is a souce of vitamins, true enough, but its main job is its packed with iron, can help if you have a dog thats somewhat anemic.
    Human grade supplements are a good choice, in my opinion, tho could be somewhat more costly, but the ingredients will be superior in grade than "dog" supplements as to be a human supplement it has to be FDA approved.
    BB
     
  7. AC

    AC Big Dog

    I don't use red cell. I use visorbin or lixotinic both are excellent products. I also use it in conjunction to cypionate I can get it for people who need it but they must be serious and know what they are doing! I won't help you kill your dog! With these items I've been successful and plan to keep being so. PM me if you have any questions.
     
  8. Bubba

    Bubba Top Dog

    I use the lixotonic myself, the red cell tho is basically the same, just not as high quality...

    BB
     
  9. B-I-Z

    B-I-Z Big Dog

    How much does that lixotonic cost?
     
  10. AC

    AC Big Dog

    Bout 54 dollars a gallon.
     
  11. B-I-Z

    B-I-Z Big Dog

    damn redcell's like 9 lol
     
  12. Bubba

    Bubba Top Dog

    Ya' get what you pay for, plus, the red cell comes in a much smaller container, like she said Lixotonic is a gallon size container, and if you are getting red cell in a gallon for 9 bux you are doing very well....
    BB
     
  13. SWAMPER

    SWAMPER Pup

    My 1 Gal Of Red Cell Cost 25 Bucks,i Would Love To Know More About The Other Things Mentioned I Would Love To Try Them.
     
  14. Bubba

    Bubba Top Dog

  15. powder925

    powder925 Big Dog

    if you plan to use steriods I would stay away from winstrol because it dries out the joints and increases the risk of injury.Anavar would be a better choice or even EQ.EQ also increase red blood cell production which would increase stamina.
     
  16. Crash97

    Crash97 Top Dog

    Hey I'm not sure if I'm takin this out of context or misunderstanding it or just plain 'ol bein ignorant, but why would some one need to use juice on their dog. IMO if my dog can't win without bein juiced I got the wrong damn dog. Please set me straight if I'm off course or something. Thanks
     
  17. AC

    AC Big Dog

    Because the competition is doing it and it gives them an advantage in the woods. Might as well make it fair right?
     
  18. blackbeard

    blackbeard Big Dog

    I agree, human supplements would be the way to go. Not much reliable research has been done on the effects of these products on dogs. Our dogs go through a unique training regimen unlike any other breed, which means that the majority of the recommended dosages out there are based on someone elses trial and error. I suggest you begin working your dogs naturally with just a high quality diet. This way you will know what each dog has to offer naturally. Then you begin to experiment with different things at low dosages so you can later increase it if you feel the need. Try to use just one thing at a time so you can see what it actually does. Plus I feel that mixing a lot of these things together affects your dog more than it is helping it. For example you will surely have trouble controling your dogs hydration levels. What I mean is that sometimes he needs to be drier than at other times.There is no substitute for a good conditioning program, I don't care what you use. Many a good dog have lived shorter lives because of inappropriate use of these products.
     
  19. AC

    AC Big Dog

    I agree liver and kidneys go through a lot of stress in the hunt. IV fluids are a must when using things that are the main reason for the damage.
     
  20. wild rose

    wild rose Pup

    there is a line of suppliments out there just made for dogs.I used the amino acids on my dog a boudreaux/jeep pit.The results are awsome.I think you can only get the stuff in canada but here's the name BIOLOGIC VETnx.They make the amino and creatine just for dogs so you don't have to worry about the dosage.
     
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