It is important that dogs with arthritis get adequate, but not excessive amounts of calcium, vitamin D and magnesium . If you are feeding a commercial diet, there should be no need to supplement with any of these. If you are feeding a home made diet, it might be helpful to supplement with small amounts of vitamin D (such as from cod liver oil) and magnesium . If your diet includes raw meaty bones, they should not account for more than around 50% of the diet. If your diet does not include bones, then you need to add calcium at the rate of around 1,000 mg per pound of food (1/2 teaspoon of ground eggshell yields about 1,000 mg of calcium).
Because of Equipoise’s reduced Estrogenic activity , individuals can expect not an elimination of potential water retention, but a vast difference in a reduction of it from Equipoise alone. Although at sensible and moderate doses, Equipoise should not exhibit bloating or any other estrogenic effects (depending on user sensitivity), the risk of these Estrogenic side effects will indeed increase as higher and higher doses of Equipoise are used. Increasing doses will mean increased rates of aromatization of the anabolic steroid into Estrogen.