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Anyone Use Liniment To Massage Their Greyhounds?


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Guest MichaelPack

I saw the Trainers Choice 5000 for sale on the NGA website. Didn't know if it's necessary since they are now "retired" racers...he still loves to run!

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Michael

Odenton, Maryland

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I think it would feel good to sore muscles after an especially hard run. Maybe not for everyday use, but after greyhound runs like the one I hope your going to in May. ;) If you are who I think you are.... I've heard that your pupper is in the running for the most pampered pouch. :lol A job well done!

 

I'm also not going to admit to using horse lineament on myself.... B)

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Jessica

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Trainers Choice doesn't really heat up like many liniments do. It's just not that strong. It's not bad just to relax the muscles a little but there are far better choices if you think your dog is running hard enough to get sore. I like using Tuttles Elixir mixed with Absorbine Jr myself. I try all the liniments we use in the kennel on myself to see how well they work. :lol

Those who would give up Essential Liberty
to purchase a little Temporary Safety,
deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.
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I have used linaments on my lure coursing dogs in the past, esp after a particularly challenging trial or 2 day event. For normal pet-type stuff, nah. They probably don't need it unless they have a specific injury as robinw talked about.

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