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Dogs want to know about Drugs(8 posts)

Dogs want to know about DrugsWoof the dog
May 4, 2002 12:37 AM
Inquiring canine minds want to know: What is a readily available over the counter drug (that one doesn't need a prescription for) that will increase one's fitness, even if it contains banned substances? Forget about blood testing at an amature level.

Thanx a lot

Woof the dog and his friends
re: Dogs want to know about DrugsJon Billheimer
May 4, 2002 7:59 AM
For best results use a broad spectrum wormer:)- Then there's always creatine for power-sport pooches.
May 4, 2002 3:40 PM
Naughty, naughty very naughty.

But as you ask, there are a few things that may make you a little quicker. Prepare to be blasted by some posters though.

Cold and Flu preps, containing PPA Phenypropanolamine and Ephedrine or physudo-ephedrine. Combine with Caffeine.

Brinchodilator Inhalers. Pose as an asthmatic and get hold of Salbutermol and Becotide (containing Beclomethasone, a corticosteroid)

Are you a small dog? You could always say you are undersized and get some HGH and a course of steroids for your injured calf mussel, this will help speed your recovery and make your training go with a swing.

You could of course skip them chemists and just obtain Coke or Speed from the local Party Pharmacist.

What about some Hypoxic training?

Creatine? Bit tame hey?

These guys will help you out ;)

Personally though I just drink a few sips of water, wether racing or training. Pure of mind and body.

The only way to be.
coke and speedWoof the dog
May 4, 2002 8:39 PM
I don't know much about these two, but I am intrigued. How do they help your body performance-wise?

Thank you

Woof and his friends.
coke and speedMeMyselfandI
May 5, 2002 1:45 PM

AderolWoof the dog
May 4, 2002 10:54 PM
this stuff helps you focus, so I bet it would help mentally before and during the race, right?


Woof the dog.
What are you on??!?!?LeGrimper
May 5, 2002 1:54 AM

You of all people should know, every dog has his day!

You don't need anything but 3 square meals a day and some courage!

Ride on.

Le Grimp
re: Dogs want to know about Drugsbrider
May 6, 2002 2:00 PM
There's some new stuff around called "Myostat" made by Biotest that is supposed to block the myostatin protien and mobilize satellite cells to produce new muscle fibers (i.e. permanent muscle gain). Pinnacle has the same stuff combined into a protien powder (Juiced Protien). There are some transdermal androgens that you might be able to get your hands on. Check out Testosterone online for a recipe for making a genuine transdermal steroid from vet grade stuff (gotta get those cows good and bulked for market). Most of the "upper" type of products will actually be counterproductive (usually meaning fluid loss and jitters).