Steroids for Dogs

 

Overview of Stanozolol (Winstrol®) for Dogs

Brand Names or Other Names of Stanozolol

Uses of Stanozolol for Dogs

Precautions and Side Effects

How Stanozolol is Supplied

Stanozolol is available as 2 mg tablets.

 

The drug is also available in injectable form at a concentration of 50 mg/ml (10 ml and 30 ml vials).

Dosing Information Stanozolol for Dogs

Medication should never be administered without first consulting your veterinarian.

For small dogs , stanozolol is dosed at 1 to 2 mg per animal twice daily, or 25 mg of the injectable form given intramuscularly once weekly.

For larger dogs, the dose is 2 to 4 mg per animal twice daily or 50 mg of the injectable form given intramuscularly once weekly.

 

For the treatment of tracheal collapse, the dose used in dogs is 0.075 mg per pound (0.15 mg/kg) orally every 12 hours for 2 months then gradually tapered for 2 weeks. 

 

The duration of administration depends on the condition being treated, response to the medication, and the development of any adverse effects. Be certain to complete the prescription unless specifically directed otherwise by your veterinarian. Even if your pet appears better, the entire treatment plan should be completed. Treatment with stanozolol may need to be continued for several weeks.

 

Steroid Use for Dogs in Racing

 

In the United States, female racing greyhounds are routinely given anabolic steroids like testosterone or synthetic versions of testosterone to disrupt the natural “heat” cycle. This common industry practice serves to prevent the loss of race days. According to Care of the Racing & Retired Greyhound, trainers “should note that the full estrus cycle … from start to finish lasts 15 weeks … and, of this time, the bitch can race or trial only for the second 3-week stage.”1 To avoid this down time, the use of steroids in female racing greyhounds has become very common within dogs used for racing.

 

Anabolic steroid use – and in many cases specifically testosterone – has come under fire in other countries. In 2007, the Irish Greyhound Board banned anabolic steroid use in male greyhounds, and later in 2014, it banned all anabolic steroid use in female greyhounds as well. Additionally, in a review of IGB’s prohibited drugs policy, the Irish Greyhound Owners and Breeders Federation commented that “[t]hey considered anabolic steroid use completely unacceptable, abuse and a welfare issue.”  In 2010, the Anti-Doping and Medication Control Review Board evaluated Great Britain’s medication and drug policies for racing greyhounds.

 

 On the use of testosterone to suppress a dog’s “heat,” the Review Board wrote, “We can see no justification, on ethical or welfare grounds, for the use of an androgenic (‘masculinising’) drug in a racing bitch and urge that the use of testosterone be prohibited as soon as possible.” Currently, the Greyhound Board of Great Britain no longer includes testosterone on its “List of Permitted Treatments.” Greyhounds Australasia, which makes racing rules and recommendations to Australian states and territories, as well as New Zealand, considers testosterone “a ‘prohibited substance’ as defined by the National Racing rules.” 20 Taking this ban one step further, the New Zealand Greyhound Racing Association has prohibited “[a]ll forms of steroids” and established penalties for greyhound test positives which include a one-year disqualification and/or fine of $6,000.

 

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Or in tablet form HERE!


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