Friday, July 8, 2022

What Can You Do For Canine Cushing's Disease?

Did you know? Canine Cushings can be hard to diagnose because hormone levels vary and symptoms come on gradually and can mimic other conditions like allergies or old age. Some common symptoms are increased thirst and urination, hair loss, panting, skin infections and pot belly. Several natural supplements are available and many dogs may do just fine without medication. Vets often recommend flax Lignans as well as melatonin. In addition, Ask Ariel's Canine Cushing's Support can be used to give your pup the best chance of seeing results. Canine Cushing’s Support contains phosphatidyl serine, a well-researched nutrient that has been clinically shown to reduce cortisol levels. It is the elevated cortisol levels that cause many of the symptoms of Cushing's disease, so using this essential supplement can help pups feel so much more comfortable.