Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Common Signs Of Canine Cushing's Disease

Common signs of Canine Cushing’s disease in dogs are drinking more water, panting, urinating frequently, pot belly, hair loss and skin infections. These changes can appear gradually and mistakenly overlooked as signs of aging. When dogs have Cushing's Disease (hyperadrenocorticism), excess cortisol is produced, weakening the immune system and causing discomfort. Ask Ariel's Cushing's protocol can be used with vet treatments to delay or avoid the need for prescription drugs. Canine Cushings Support contains phosphatidyl serine which naturally reduces cortisol levels and our Liver Support Kit supports healthy digestion and elimination of excess hormones. Please click here to visit our site to learn more.