Cushings Disease HyperAdrenoCorticism in Dogs

Cushings Disease HyperAdrenoCorticism in Dogs

Cushings Disease is a condition wherein the dog’s adrenal glands produce too much cortisol. When this happens a dog may exhibit signs like you’d see in Diabetes, namely increased thirst and appetite, except you also see weight gain and NOT weight loss. It’s treatable but it’s not cheap to diagnose and treat. Johnson Vet prefers the Utrecht method. This can be explained in person.

Cushings Disease HyperAdrenoCorticism in Dogs

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Cushings Disease HyperAdrenoCorticism in Dogs

Mega Document on Cushings II

Vetfolio on Hyperadrenocorticism / Cushing’s 

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Dr Erik Johnson

Dr Erik Johnson is a Marietta, Georgia Veterinarian with a practice in small animal medicine. He graduated from University of Georgia with his Doctorate in 1991. Dr Johnson is the author of several texts on Koi and Pond Fish Health and Disease as well as numerous articles on dog and cat health topics.