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Ifss prohibited list for dogs 2012

International Federation of Sleddog Sports
LIST OF PROHIBITED SUBSTANCES
AND PROHIBITED METHODS FOR DOGS

As of January 1st, 2012
§ 1. SUBSTANCES AND METHODS PROHIBITED AT ALL TIMES (IN- and OUT-OF-
COMPETITION
) 1
A. Substances, belonging to the following groups, whose use¹ and/or presence in a Dog’s sample are prohibited at
all times¹ (Article 2 of the IFSS Anti-Doping Rules for Dogs Participating in Sled Dog Sports) :
• Anabolic steroids and anabolic agents • Hormones and related substances and their releasing factors² (including thyroid hormones and related • Hormone antagonists and modulators and related substances2,3,4
• Substances having the same effects as those listed herein
B. Methods prohibited at all times:
• Enhancement of oxygen transfer (“blood doping”) • Chemical or physical manipulation destined to alter the integrity of Samples, including but not limited to catheterisation, urine substitution or alteration • Intravenous infusions are prohibited except during surgical procedures, medical emergencies or clinical ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 1 “At all times” does not override the ordinary principles of the care and well-being of the Dog and thus does not exclude treatment of a Dog
with whatever Substance or Method is determined to be necessary by the Dog’s veterinarian to allow the Dog to recover from a diagnosed
medical condition. However, if the treatment includes a Substance or Method which is prohibited both In and Out of Competition, the following
considerations and procedures will apply:
A) For Athletes and their Dogs on the RTP list:
Any Dog which for medical reasons requires treatment with a Substance or Method that is listed in § 1 above must be declared to the IFSS
Antidoping Committee (Dog’s Name and ID Number). The Dog will then be recorded as Temporarily Ineligible to Compete. When the Dog has
completed the treatment and has fully recovered, the Athlete must provide the IFSS Antidoping Committee with a veterinary certificate detailing:
- the Dog’s name and identity number (microchip or tattoo)
- the reason for treatment
- the Substances or Methods administered
- the dose and length of treatment
- the length of time needed for definite healing and rest after treatment
- an estimation of the clearance time necessary for the Substance to be completely eliminated from the Dog’s body.
The IFSS Antidoping Committee will then decide upon the date of the Dog’s reinstatement as being eligible for competition again.
B) For all other competitors:
If for medical reasons a Dog requires treatment with a Substance or Method that is listed in § 1 above, the Athlete must be able to provide upon
request (in particular during a Doping Control) a veterinary certificate detailing:
- the Dog’s identity number (microchip or tattoo)
- the reason for treatment
- the Substances or Methods administered
- the length of treatment
- an estimation of the clearance time necessary for the Substance to be completely eliminated from the Dog’s body.
The Dog must be withdrawn from the Athlete’s team for the duration of treatment and clearance time, to ensure complete elimination of the
treatment and a reasonable healing/resting time before returning to competition.
2 Not included in this category are 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 veterinary certificate, including the dog’s chip number, covering the treatment from start.
3 Exception: The administration to bitches of progesterone inhibitors such as aglepriston, under veterinary prescription, will be tolerated if
required due to an accidental mating. 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
veterinary certificate, including the dog’s chip number, about this need of treatment.

4 Exception: 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 veterinary certificate, including the dog’s chip number, about this need of
treatment.
IFSS Prohibited List Dogs 2012 Page 1 of 2 International Federation of Sleddog Sports
LIST OF PROHIBITED SUBSTANCES
AND PROHIBITED METHODS FOR DOGS

As of January 1st, 2012
§ 2. SUBSTANCES AND METHODS PROHIBITED IN COMPETITION (IC)

Substances
, belonging to the following groups, whose use and/or presence in a Dog’s sample are prohibited in
competition. (Article 2 of the IFSS Anti-Doping Rules for Dogs Participating in Sled Dog Sports):
• Analgesics (prescriptive and non-prescriptive) • Anti-inflammatory drugs including but not limited to: Corticosteroids (including but not limited to glucocorticoids) Non Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs – NSAID - (including but not limited to ASA and other salicylates) • Sedatives and narcotics (including anti-epileptic phenobarbital and potassium bromide) • Stimulants (specified and non-specified, including caffeine and theobromine) • Substances having the same effect as those listed herein
Important:

IFSS Anti-Doping Rules for Dogs participating in Sled Dog Sports, Article 2:

“2.1.1 It is each Athlete’s personal duty to ensure that no Prohibited Substance enters his or her Dog’s body.
Athletes
are responsible for any Prohibited Substance or its Metabolites or Markers found to be present in their
Dogs’ Samples. Accordingly, it is not necessary that intent, fault, negligence or knowing Use on the Athlete’s part be
demonstrated in order to establish an anti-doping violation under Article 2.1.”
IFSS Anti-Doping Rules for Dogs participating in Sled Dog Sports, Article 4.3:

“…/…A major principle in the Sled Dog Sports has always been that no Dog must be made to perform beyond the
limit of its natural capacity by any artificial means whatsoever.”
While it is normal, when necessary, to provide veterinary treatment of a dog out of competition, as allowed in
footnote (1) above, it is the Athlete’s responsibility to ensure that all substances in any treatment (according to both
§ 1 and 2 above, IN- and OUT-OF-COMPETITION) have had sufficient time to be eliminated from the dog’s
organism before returning the dog to competition.
Athletes should be aware that even products stated as being “natural” and not considered as medicine, can have
the same effect as a Prohibited Substance and may lead to an Adverse Analytical Finding. An example of this
would be certain “natural” or homeopathic remedies sold with a stated anti-inflammatory or painkilling effect.
Athletes should keep records of treatments given to their dogs over a 6-month period, in order to be able to provide
this information (veterinary certificates, etc) if requested during Doping Control.
IFSS Prohibited List Dogs 2012 Page 2 of 2

Source: http://sleddog.dev.forbundetonline.no/omforbundet/Documents/IFSS%20Prohibited%20List%20for%20Dogs%202012.pdf

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