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    Question Would you give your pet AS?

    Whats up bros. Just got myself a male pitbull to keep my female pit busy. Was thinking about juicin him up so he can be like his pop. Would anybody out there consider this, or has anyone done it? What doses of what would you recommend and at what age? Hard to find solid info on the subject. Hope no animal cruelty extremists get on my case, i DO NOT plan on fighting the dog, but do plan on attack training the pup


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    Sauce him up!, and enter him in the dog pulling competitions.

    I don't believe they are tested?

    I watched a 6 year old American pitbull , weighing 95lbs, out pull
    the over 120lb class and broke a new world record off 4750lbs
    without a struggle. I'd say he had another 500lbs in him.

    That dog had shoulders i'm envious of?

    My friend is a vet, and she shoots up her horses to race?
    she also gives them b12, so why not dogs?

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    Do whatever you need to do, bro. Your call. But whatever you do do not share "pins" with your pit bulls, mate!!!!

    Side note:

    hey that pooch on the side of Stanol V resembles a pit bull. Screw it, put it into your bloody arse, not your dog. Shit, the dog will be able to kick any dogs' ass "naturally" in your neighborhood. Save the TTokk's for you, bro.

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    Hey theres plenty for both of us Planet

    I believe it Mallet, Pitbulls are STRONG dogs. I saw the parents of the pup and the dad was a good 80lbs and the mom close to 70. Both rednoses but some of the puppies came out brindle. I have seen some pitbulls that where huge and easily question them being natural.

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    Ok...I am not an animal activist, but wait till KBgirl sees this.



    Bro , I'm sorry, but unless it is prescribed the vet I would not fuck with that shit. We are allowed to make the choice on using juice. He, on the other hand , can not. Bro, please think this over long and hard before you go ahead throwin dbols in with his breakfast. I'm just lookin out for the dog. But ultimately, it's your choice- make it a good one.

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    Just don't fight them bro. Usually I do not answer posts like this, but it kind of hit home. MY girlfriend currently has 2. She has breeded for years. She is very selective who she sells to. I love her dogs to death.: song:

    OK, getting way off AS topics

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    PaPa, there are prob 10 pits that are put to sleep every day because they do not have homes in Vegas, i think the pup will forgive me considering i provide food and shelter for the little guy. I just want him to grow up like his dad .

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    I got a 2 month old Boxer. The shit is the buffest little stud in the world. He don't need the sauce, neither does you dog to get PSYCOSWOLE like you.

    But hey, Like i said, it's your choice- make it a good one.

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    I just bought the guy one of those huge chain collars w/a KRYPTONITE chrome lock must weigh about 25lbs, cant wait untill he grows in to it . My female is too nice, if someone broke into my house she would greet them with licks and a wagging tale. Im raising the male to be more anti social and aggressive so im figuring it would only help

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    PaPa, now he has the machine guns out. Would you and the IRon Game have this laddie escorted to the authorities. Leave the sweet pouches to be at his house.

    ...And immediately forward me his gear for inspection.

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    Exclamation juice that lil fuckers brains out

    wasap big homie,
    your dog your decision. let the vet do it so it is saver.

    then tell the lil bastard to grow!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Bro from where I am from a big pitbull population there one of the best custumers Dbal is the drug that they like to give them they get fucking huge!!!!!!!!!!

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    Hey bro, i have grown up being surrounded with pitt's my whole life since i can remember ( i am 30 now) and i think it is your decision but would like to advise you against it. I have seen allot of good dogs turn bad after AS and in my opinion given the right environment to grow up in can reach their full potential with little effort. I have a male and female whom i love like my own children and to give you an idea he weighs 98 pounds and he is solid not fat and quite tall on the leg as well. My female is about 70 pounds and she is only 1 year old. Both get lots of the right food not this junk you buy at the store and the right exercise. And both are naturals no AS, it's not good for them.

    If you like, i have easy simple ways to make them a little more protective and not too agressive.

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    Yer I knew a mate that gave his Bull Terrier AS.
    The dog looked awsome afterwards it was so hudge, its chest was so massive and it just phumped around form side to side when it walked.

    But it attacked his kid one day giving him a bad scare on the arm, so they had to put it down.

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    what are these tips you are talkin about?

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    don't waste that stuff on a damn dog man...come on...if you are going to use it on him..think again...use it on yourself..

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    Physco...I'll come to Vegas and gaurd your house if you buy gear for me and shoot me up

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    Originally posted by Pete235
    Physco...I'll come to Vegas and gaurd your house if you buy gear for me and shoot me up
    I'm with Pete... Room, board and juice... I'm in!

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    PSYCO... i would strongly advise u not to juice your dog. Pits are agressive enough.. if u juice him, your just asking for trouble... chances are he'll becom overly agressive attack someone OR EVEN YOU, then u'll have to put him to sleep. Hell i've seen natural pits attack people for no reason at all, a juiced one would be to hard to handle. Then just think if he does attack someone, who is held responsible for that?.. YOU ARE.

    so bud, to keep u're dog from doing something crazy, to save some gear for yourself, to save yourself from having to put him to sleep becuz of over-agressivness, and to keep your ass out of jail if he does do something crazy, DON'T JUICE HIM.

    peace, BG

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    Originally posted by Pete235
    Physco...I'll come to Vegas and gaurd your house if you buy gear for me and shoot me up
    You don't even need to fly me in...and i'm much less expensive to shoot up than Pete...

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    Originally posted by PaPaPumP
    Ok...I am not an animal activist, but wait till KBgirl sees this.



    Bro , I'm sorry, but unless it is prescribed the vet I would not fuck with that shit. We are allowed to make the choice on using juice. He, on the other hand , can not. Bro, please think this over long and hard before you go ahead throwin dbols in with his breakfast. I'm just lookin out for the dog. But ultimately, it's your choice- make it a good one.


    I agree with you bro....
    I have two pits of my own, and never saused either of them up, these dogs are so naturaly strong and with plenty of exercise they will grow bigger and stronger naturally, and if your dogs are gamie, that means they will be very hard to control, think about it. If you have little kids around or people at that matter and your dog does go out of control and attacks someone (not because he/she are pits) them dogs will be destroyed and then tested if they look abnormal, and if fingures point in that direction, in that case the only juicing you will be doing is with Bubba your cell mate. These dogs have a bad enough rap, dont make it any worse. Think about building a tread mill and a spring poll for them, thats all they need.

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    You don't need to juice the dog, but if you want it to get a huge chest, and shoulders, get a dog harness at the pet store - two ropes, and an old tire. Harness the dog -tie ropes to both sides of the harness, then to two sides of the tire so it drags evenly. You can hook the dog up to this about 20 to 30 min a day while playing with him in the back yard. Just get him to run around a little. The harness will wear out pretty quick, so you'll have to get new ones from time to time.

    Just to note it, I've never used this technique before on any dog of my own. But I used to have a neighbor that did, and his pits were huge. It's just doggy exercise.

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    i agreed with BIG GUY, you know pit bulls are very
    agressive their natural behivior. changes are
    it can get more agressive maybe not who knows.
    a guy that i know juices his dogs for fighting purposses.i witnessed when his dog try to attacked him,oh boy that was scary bro. anyway lets cut the
    bullshit, lets get on the bussines.i had a 4
    months old american pit, i went to a pet supplies store and i found a very good pills for growing
    purposses they work good. i just dont have an empty box on hand for the proper name but if you
    interested i'll get the name for bro no problem..

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    Originally posted by REM
    i went to a pet supplies store and i found a very good pills for growing
    purposses they work good.

    Hey im not giving my dog andro! j/k bro. Primo, as long as you fetch the paper and dont poop on the rug we have a deal. Seriously though, they are only as aggressive as they are raised. My female may as well be a poodle, she would never attack anything; the slightest noise is reason enough for her to go running across the room scurred. I am not a timid person and could handle a very aggressive pooch. Im thinking that the sauce will help the male become physically imposing and strong enough to take down an intruder if neccesary.

    Hey Cremator tell me more about these 'tips' youve come across bro

    thanks for the responses my people

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    Psyco, instead of juicing up your dog, you should look into investing into a dog treadmill. Alot of the breeders I have delt with talk about them like they are a godsend. It will get your dog up close to the weight you want to see. And it will also get the stamina up alot higher than the AS could ever do to the dog. The risks are to high to chance the life of a quality dog.


    To disagree with big_guy and REM, pit bulls are not an aggressive "breed" of dog, because the term itself is bullshit. The breed of a dog is not in anyway what creates an aggressive dog. Yea sometimes "puppy farms" will have a bad batch of dogs, but to sterotype pit's like that, is what is creating all the breed specific legislations. Any dog, reguardless of what breed it is, simply wants to please its master, so if the dog is rewarded for that type of behavior it will continue to seek the reward by showing aggression. Basically my view is that to classify pits as an aggressive breed would be like classifing Body Builders as "egotistical, arrogant, self centered, etc., etc,." (everyones heard it before)

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    Good idea about the treadmill bro. Hes on a strict diet (science diet growth ) and just began training (up and down stairs 5 sets ). Its really going to be hard to resist juicing him up

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    Good looking puppy I say juice him

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    Heres the female
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    Dude,

    you said " think the pup will forgive me considering i provide food and shelter for the little guy" that is hands down what you should be doing anyway. Dont even think of that as an excuse. Unless you are a vet or have asked a vet then dont even think about it, and any vet that says it would be ok should be jailed for wrong information. Just juice yourself and leave the poor puppy alone.

    P.S please be kind to both dogs, as for training the puppie you should relize he has just left his mother and wants to cuddle things and not just become aggressive.

    Sorry, I've been an animal rights activist for a long time, even gotten into physical fights with people who I've seen miss-treating their animals. Dogs just want to please their owners, they hate being yelled at since they have no idea what they have done. And hitting a dog or animal if they have done something "Bad" is horrible. Strong voices will scare a dog more the any pain..


    *rant over*

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    Originally posted by Dabum


    Sorry, I've been an animal rights activist for a long time, even gotten into physical fights with people who I've seen miss-treating their animals.
    bwahahaaa! Ok bro, did you read the part where i said a dozen pitbulls get put to sleep because no one will give them a home? Trust me the dog has a lot to be thankfull for. You are right, dogs want to please their owners. I as a owner want the dog to be jacked up aggressive freak. So he will obey and do what he can to please me, and as reward he will get lots of attention and love. I do not have small children, i do not plan on many people coming in contact with the dog. The dog is there to watch the house.

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    Only god knows why you would want your dog jacked up and aggressive. Its pretty sad man, pittbulls have a bad enough rep as it is. Yeah I red the part about the 10 pitbulls being put to sleep and its horrible, but most normal people consider giving a dog love, food, shelter a very basic normal thing, not thinking "look what a good owner I am I feed my dog" Its like chris rock when he said "I take care of my kids, I aint never been in jail" and his reply "what do you want? a cookie? your supposed to you dumb motha fucka". Anyway, who cares about the dog being aggressive, I'm pretty sure anyone who see's a pitbull wouldnt break in or want to mess with your house.

    Peace..

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    Originally posted by Dabum
    Only god knows why you would want your dog jacked up and aggressive.

    Its a guard dog bro! My female is a big sissy because we raised her too timid, dont want to make the same mistake with the male

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    Well man, whatever. I just hope he doesnt turn on you one day then has to be put down, or worse one day just bites you because I can just guess your kinda of reaction.. I heard cases like this to often..

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    psych, beautiful pups! save the juice for yourself, that dog will be bad ass enough on his own....especially in the presence of the big psycho himself

    either way, that dog will be jacked!!

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    I have some Vet advice for you.

    I spoke to two of my personal friends who are both vets and they strongly recommended that you do nothing of the sort for several reason...

    -1. Pitbulls are notoriously a wildcard breed and are far more likely to take on overly agressive tendencies without the addition of AAS. Throwing that into the mix just adds a whole different varialbe to the equation.

    -2. Real muscleculuture developement could easily be gained by just rough housing with the animal to develop overall strength. For much of the same reasonings that you would not recommend that a teenager do AAS because of their abundance of naturally occuring testosterone , it would be a waste, dogs fall into much of the same catagory. They are naturally strong animals and have untapped potential without the advent of AAS

    -3. You exponentially increase the dogs likelyhood for prostate, testicular, and other glandular cancers with the addition of AAS.

    -4. Does a pitbull really need it?? Dogs, much like humans have a certain genetic potential that no amount of drugs will overcome. Pitbulls are a naturally strong breed and your new pups strength and size potential is already right there for him in his gene coding.

    -5. If you do decide to, definitely don't do it until he is full grown. The added muscle tension and size will limit his bone growth and on a side note, I would feed him normal puppy chow...nothing extreme like Eukanuba or anything of the like. If his muscles develop to fast, they will limit his bone development and you will be left with a short thick dog as opposed to a tall thick dog.


    In the end you will do what you want and true the dog will be better off with you than being destroyed but I would advise against it for you safety, the dogs overall health, and because it is really unecessary in the long run. He can be just as strong and musclular without AAS is you run and train him properly. Dogs are a little different that us in that way.

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    You guys are crushing my dream of making him the anadrol poster pup. Seriously though thanks for all the feed back bros

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    [QUOTE][i]Originally posted by Dabum

    Sorry, I've been an animal rights activist for a long time, even gotten into physical fights with people who I've seen miss-treating their animals. Dogs just want to please their owners, they hate being yelled at since they have no idea what they have done. And hitting a dog or animal if they have done something "Bad" is horrible. Strong voices will scare a dog more the any pain..
    (end quote)


    I have to disagree with your idea of correction. If a dog is caught in the act of doing something wrong, you can correct him then and he will know why he is being punished. I'm not sure what you mean by hitting a dog, but I don't see a problem with popping a dogs rear one time to get his undivided attention. Training a dog from the time it is a puppy is the best though. My dog is 1/2 black lab 1/2 dalmation, and very smart, and obediant. I can point at the ground, and he will sit, even if I have guest. But I did discover a great training technique when he was a puppy. I never used a leash on him. I just let him follow me around. If he did something wrong, I could catch him just by walking torwards him, because he was just a puppy. I have used a leash since then, but to this day he still thinks he can't outrun me. He rarely does anything wrong anymore, but if I need to give him a bath, he will just shy away a little then lie on his belly. My number one rule - When training a dog, never chase it. It will soon learn you are to slow, and use it against you. I have watched alot of people chase their dogs, and it is just to funny.

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