White Horse, if you mean heroin, will definitely show up on a drug test. Most drug tests are paneled to look for Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Marijuana, Heroin, Amphetamines.
aha no 1 cares :)
The speed of growth from a cow, a pig, or a horse given steroids to make it grow faster depends on the amount of drug given to the animal, and the frequency the drug is given.
You could give the horse a calpose injection it ill put it to sleep for a while.
If you are thinking that the dangerous drug is alcohol well I'm sorry but its SO not... The dangerous drug is heroin which is also know as : H, jack, horse,sag, smack etc.
* Mare's Milk * Horse Meat (for various human and carnivorous foods) * Horse Hide Leather (for boots, gloves, etc.) * Horse Hooves to produce animal glue * Horse Bones to make implements * Horse's Tail used for make bow strings (for violin, violas, etc.) * Urine of pregnant mares for the drug Premarin (a drug used for hormone replacement therapy)
No the active ingredient is a chemical non detectable in a drug test.
The brand and generic name of the drug known as a horse tranquilizer is ketamine. It is known to instill feelings of euphoria and hallucinations in humans.
The amount you should give will vary according to the brand of drug, the infection itself and the size of the horse. You should consult with a equine veterinarian for exact instructions.
A junkie, an addict, or a drug abuser. Some people call heroin abusers horse heads, horse being another term for heroin.
No, but a drug called Premarin is. Premarin is short for PREgnant MARes urINe.
There is no slaughter age for a horse. Horses can and are slaughtered at any age provided they meet specific drug testing requirements and are slaughtered in a slaughterhouse that has funded meat safety inspections.
Penicillin is not always the best drug to give to a horse, you should consult with your equine veterinarian to get an exact idea of what medicine should be used for the ear infection.
There are several, all of which require a veterinarian's prescription to acquire. One of the most common is Acepromazine, although it should not be used in stallions due to a potential side effect of the drug.
In adult horses, you will be wasting money and helping to build parasite resistance to the drug you are using. In foals, you may need to deworm monthly but you have to be sure to use an appropriate drug each time rather than using a single drug.
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The dose of ITPP will vary from manufacturer to manufacturer and what form the drug takes. However it should be noted that ITPP is considered an illegal performance enhancing drug and should not be used in racehorses.
well if your looking to measure a horse the correct way heres what you need to do. drug it up and lay the horse on the ground. then stretch its legs way behind it and and raise the hair on its mane and from its sea biscuit to the longest hair on its mane is the measurement of the horse. hope this helped!!
Angel dust is PCP. A drug used as a horse tranquilizer. It is known to cause violence in some people.
Horse tranquilizers usually contain ketamine, a drug used in human and veterinary medicinedeveloped by Parke-Davis (today a part of Pfizer) in 1962. It's hydrochloride salt is sold as Ketanest, Ketaset, and Ketalar.
speed is a drug that makes you go hyper and kill all of your voices in your head, and eats horse radish
Yes and no would be the correct answer. Horses that were created and bred for racing will do it no matter what and typically will run a race without a jockey on it's back. However whenever humans are involved there is always the possibility for racing to be harmful. Humans will push a horse farther than it is capable of going, or drug the horse so that it won't feel pain. So horse racing itself… Read More
There is no such drug as horse Viagra. Products designed to increase sexual interest in male horses, increase their mucsle mass etc. are illegal for use in humans and, like many of these drugs, can cause damage to the testicles.
No there are risks in horse riding as there is in many things there would only be a very small small chance of you getting hurt but if you take ectasy a very dangerous drug you definetly will get harmed
There is a drug used to supress heat called Regumate but you'd have to speak to your vet to see if it was suitable for your horse
The deworming drug used is dependent on the type of parasites being targeted, so it is dependent on the situation.
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Different kind of PCP. The drug PCP is a horse tranquilizer called Phencyclidine. The AIDS PCP is a disease called Pneumocystitis Carinii Pneumonia.
Not to be taken by those with bleeding disorders or taking anticoagulant drugs. Increases the blood thinning activity of warfarin or aspirin.
Well, "Riding the White Horse" is normally associated with snorting cocaine, although "horseback" may be referring to using Heroin.
The answer to this question isn't simple. It depend on the age of the horse, if the horse has been dewormed previously and if so what deworming drug was last used, and the type of environmental and management conditions (stalling, dry lots, pasturing, feces removal) that the horse is in. In some instances, it also depends on the goal of checking for parasites. Fecal exams are done more frequently (before deworming and 10-14 days after… Read More
Paracetamol (Also called Acetaminophen) works as an analgesic in horses and it will relive pain, though it has no Anti-Inflammitory properties. This drug can be used to hide lameness in show or sale horses so that judges and buyers will not know that the horse is unsound until they have bought it or pinned it to win. Drug tests do cover this drug and if found the vet will inform the buyer or show association… Read More
im 90% positive it will not show up as anything even on an extended 10 panel
if it's a normal "charlie horse" type thing, you lack potassium in your system. Bananas or potassium in pill form available from OTC drug store
Whether the drug is given illegally or not it will almost always have the exact same effect. Paracetamol (Also called Acetaminophen) is an analgesic when used in horses and covers up lameness /soundness issues. This allows the horse to move smoothly and hide that it is not 100% sound.
It should show up under the category for mental medication, serotonion and all that stuff, im not a doctor or anything with my medical feild just someone who has spent her whole like in and out of a hospital bed. but if your rescribed serequel and your taking it and you catch a drug screen then you should be alright. as long as your taking it right. Dont play with that medication i was on… Read More
You shoud worm your horse every 6 weeks. You should also rotate your wormers as not all wormers will kill all types of worms. Rotating wormers also will keep worms from developing a resistance to any particular worming drug.
There are numerous products for bathing your horse. They are available at any feed store or equine supply catalog. These are the best for the horse's coat and skin which can be sensitive with harsh detergents. If you can't find a special horse shampoo you can use a baby shampoo that you can find in any grocery or drug store. Be sure to have your hose hooked up to a fawcett that has hot water… Read More
It depends on if you're talking about the tack for the horse or equipment for the rider. For the horse you need a bridle at least. If you like to ride bareback you won't even need a saddle. If you do ride with a saddle you will of course need one and a quality saddle pad. This protects the horse's back from the saddle. Don't skimp on the pad. You want your horse to be… Read More
This depends on where your horse is stabled at, what other horses he/she is in contact with, what the population density of the stable is, what worms have been a problem at this stable, how old your horse is and several other factors as well. The best answer to this is to discuss your concern with your veterinarian when he/she does a routine physical, floats your horses teeth (files down the sharp edges) and/or vaccinates… Read More
She uses horse shampoo you can buy at the drug store or walmart, i know it sounds werid but its true bc it helps keep your hair hydratied and long silky soo yeah
Not without a vet. Amoxicillian is not usually the first choice for horses. But alot of antibiotics are in the same drug family. Any prescription medicine must come from a vet with written directions on how, when and how much to give.
I believe horse racing is wrong. They race the horses when they're too young, and the horses' bones haven't completely formed. They are still soft, and damage easily. They often drug the horse, and race the horse even when they're injured. They often push the horse too hard, and the horses generally break down at five years old. The horses are often not cared for as well as they should be, since the owners are… Read More
You can give a horse beer, but it is bad for them. Many racehorse trainers give horses beer believing in many of the old wives tales about it. Some rumors are that beer increases a horses appetite, makes them sweat more et cetera. However there are horse specific products on the market that do those things and are proven to work. Beer is classed as a stimulant by many riding associations and when a horse… Read More
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Horses can become infected with several different types of worms and not all are killed using the same chemical. So, the first step in dealing with worms in horses is to have a fecal exam performed to identify the type(s) of parasites present. Once the parasites are identified, a drug that is labelled to treat that(those) parasites is selected and administered to the horse as directed.
Amoxicillin is a penicillin-derived antibiotic commonly used to treat Gram positive bacterial infections. The drug itself is the same in both the canine and equine formulations, but the inactive ingredients, concentration and route of administration are very different. A veterinarian could not use a canine formulation to treat a horse, nor use an equine formulation to treat a dog.
You have all the money you need to get the fence the shelter and the horse how should you talk to your parents about it?
That's great that you have the basics figured out. But, (and this is a big but) as any horse owner can tell you, the fence, barn, and horse are actually the least expensive part of horse ownership. Here are a few (not all) things that need to be discussed before the purchase of the horse. Find out how much per week or month that feeding your horse will cost. Visit some local feed stores and… Read More
A horse is a close to a horse as a horse can get, and a hippo is as far from a horse as a horse can get, so obviously, a horse is closer to a horse than a hippo is.
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