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Do you have questions regarding the health of your greyhound? Do you need tips what you should feed your dog?
Or do you need advice in curing an injury?

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Mark Donohue
Australia
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11 Sep 2015 05:12


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Jeff Crawford wrote:

With the current issue regarding B12 & Cobalt with us is Amino Lite ok to use without risk of a positive swab???

Have a dog which is cramping...


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Hi Jeff, your dog could have a liver and/or kidney infection. I was treatng mine for dehydration n I believe I was overloading with electrolytes. I had to flush the kidneys n it improved the dog but the symptoms persisted so I did a blood test n white cell reading was low.


Aiden Nicoll
Ireland
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15 Sep 2015 10:34


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guiness works for me,



Kate Jackson
Australia
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15 Aug 2020 01:45


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Isnt Bicarb swabbable?


Edward (Ted) Howard
Australia
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15 Aug 2020 04:03


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Guiness works for me too Aiden but what about the dog lol



Jason Caley
Australia
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16 Aug 2020 21:02


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Edward (Ted) Howard wrote:

Guiness works for me too Aiden but what about the dog lol

Aiden wrote that message five years ago genius lol
Even Guinness (note spelling) - has an expiry date lol


Edward (Ted) Howard
Australia
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17 Aug 2020 01:04


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Got out of bed on the wrong side this morning did we Jason.



Jason Caley
Australia
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19 Aug 2020 16:17


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Kate Jackson wrote:

Isnt Bicarb swabbable?

Hi Kate - depends on how you look at rules versus implementation I suppose?

Any buffering agent is prohibited per the rules.

Does Bicarb Soda swab - well yet to see a positive anywhere in any jurisdiction for swab results for dogs (versus horses).

That said - never ever saw a Tobacco (nicotine) positive until this year. So in theory why risk it? In reality - no examples of a BiCarb positive anywhere in dogs.

Does it help aside from cramping their guts during a hard run - try it (maybe in an unofficial trial) and find out if it helps your dogs in any beneficial way.

Post race BiCarb has its place.


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