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Thread: WTH..........do people actually do this to their dogs?

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    Default WTH..........do people actually do this to their dogs?

    so not knowing what a red nose was, as posted in another thread, i turned to google for a pic/ definition.....saw a pic of a stupidly muscular dog and hit the link...... and this site came up

    Supplements for Dogs | MVP K9 Supplements

    now tell me that people dont actually put their dogs on these things........
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    Haha that's ridiculous! I can understand maybe the weight gain ones for malnourished dogs etc... but muscle building?! Unless the dogs needs it for medical reasons then that's just a little too far.

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    Many people do, look theres specific tailored supps for performance animals, many racing greyhound animals use supps to help peak performance and recovery etc, competitive weight pulling etc. many self reflect themselves upon dogs without reason though.
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    i jsut dont see the point, but i guess if your dog is an athlete you want it to perform the best it can along with recovery periods etc.......... but geeezus........

    red-nose-pitbull.jpg
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    I dont particularly see the point in it either, even with people like body builders which has no function other than a look, if its for a medical condition sure or the elite athlete to aid in recovery, but really people can put dogs in what is called a keep, all performance dogs have keeps either borrowed and followed to the letter or tailored to the dog which is a diet, rest and exercise regiment pre,and post competitions.
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    yea Barney is on 'roids. Thats why noone comes in our back yard...hes got muscles on his muscles and the roids make him angry as hell

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    A friend of a friend used to have his Pitty on these horse roids. He was Huge, abnormally huge. Not sure if he was ever aggressive or anything but I know he died at a young age. Trust me, you would be surprised at the offers and suggestions I have had from randoms about Ruby! Reyzor you may get the same thing eventually!
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    i get offers when im out with jonah all the time....usually little kids saying "can i pat the puppy".........with an over protective mum yanking the kids away "no its a pitbull"....i laugh, get him to drop and stay, as they walk past....... and the kids usually will pat him..........

    so far, no other offers though......
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    If these are being used to make their dogs look like that picture of what I think is a Pit Bull then they should have their heads read.
    Look at what it has done to these so called body builders over time.
    Arnold Swautsniger (spelt wrong sorry) for one he had to have heart opeation and it was due to the use of these muscle enhancers.
    Then there was the kid that was in Rocky 4 I think. He actually died from the over use of them.
    If they are bad for humans they have to bebad for our dogs.

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    I've seen a few obscenely muscled greyhounds recently. Not sure if it's achieved by diet and exercise or a bit of artificial enhancement. Dog looked happy enough, didn't seem aggressive.

    We got a spammer plugging these things on the forum but I banned it.

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