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Controlled medications for sled dogs

LIST OF CONTROLLED MEDICATION FOR DOGS
As of February 8th 2013
1. Antibiotics administered orally. A Veterinary Form 1, Medication
Administration Form must be filled out by the treating veterinarian to indicate medication, dosage, and reason for treating. If antibiotic treatment must be initiated on a dog prior to an event, the form should be filled out by the attending veterinarian, and the athlete must bring the form to the race and submit it to the Race Veterinarian prior to the event, at the veterinary check of the dogs or the first team meeting. Upon review of the form and examination of the dog, the Race Veterinarian has the right to prevent the dog from competing depending on the medical condition of the dog. It is recommended that the athlete contact the Race Veterinarian in advance of the event. 2. Topical eye, foot, or wound ointments or drops containing
antibiotics will be allowed with completion and submission of a Veterinary
Form 1 (Medication Administration Form) and evaluation of the dog by the
Race Veterinarian. Topical eye or foot medications containing low
levels of corticosteroids
may be allowed for specific medical reasons, and
require completion and submission of Veterinary Form 1, and evaluation of
the dog by the Race Veterinarian.
3. Antiulcer medications – H2 antagonists and proton pump inhibitors will
be allowed with completion and submission of a Veterinary Form 1 (Medication Administration Form). 4. Thyroid hormone supplements may be given orally if a Veterinary Form
2, Authorization for administration of Thyroid Supplements is filled out and
has supportive laboratory blood tests accompanying it. Supplements will
NOT be allowed for low normal levels. Test results must be interpreted
using the normal values for sled dogs listed on the Veterinary Form 2.
These values are different than standard laboratory values. Post-
supplementation blood tests must show that the dog is given an appropriate
dosage, not over supplemented, and does not have a high level post-
supplement using the sled dog values.
5. Reproductive hormones, related substances, and their releasing factors,
antagonists, modulators and related substances as listed below a. treatments to continually suppress or delay the onset of heat
cycles in bitches, under veterinary prescription, unless such treatments contain testosterone or testosterone-like substances (see WADA human Prohibited List). The athlete must be able to show a Medication Administration Form, including the dog’s chip number, covering the treatment from start. b. The administration to bitches of prostaglandins or progesterone inhibitors such as aglepriston, under veterinary prescription, will be tolerated if required due to an accidental mating. However, a minimum IFSS Controlled medication list Feb. 08, 2013 observation period of 28 days, before the bitch returns to competition, will be mandatory in order to ensure that there are no adverse side effects on the bitch’s health. The athlete must, at any time, be able to show a Medication Administration Form, including the dog’s chip c. The administration of bromocriptine or cabergoline to suppress lactation in a bitch will be allowed. However, a minimum observation period of 28 days, before the bitch returns to competition, will be mandatory in order to ensure that there are no adverse side effects on the bitch’s health. The athlete must, at any time, be able to show a Medication Administration Form, including the dog’s chip number, d. The use of deslorelin implants in intact males or intact females for the purpose of contraception will be allowed. The athlete must, at any time, be able to show a Medication Administration Form, including the dog’s chip number covering the treatment. e. The administration to spayed bitches of estrogenic substances under veterinary prescription if required to avoid urinary incontinence. The athlete must, at any time, be able to show a Medication Administration Form, including the dog’s chip number, about this need of treatment. IFSS Controlled medication list Feb. 08, 2013

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