Cushing’s Disease In Elderly Dogs For many dogs, Cushing’s begins when they enter their elderly years. According to the American Kennel Club, “almost all patients are older than eight years when Cushing’s disease develops.” Many symptoms of Cushing’s can be mistaken for aging so often the development of the disease is overlooked until it is … Continue reading Caring For Older Dogs
Exercise is part of a healthy life for humans and dogs alike. But the type and amount of exercise for dogs can vary by the breed and size of your dog. Among the benefits of keeping your dog active are increased vitality, digestive health, and a healthy weight. Exercise at the right pace for your … Continue reading Exercise and Your Dog
A lot of discussion has come up lately in the pet community about the health benefits of yogurt for dogs. Research supports that much like humans, a healthy gut at least benefits overall health and at most, can help suppress disease. Cooking Light Magazine even referenced Colorado Holistic Vet Angie Krause in their “Well-Balanced Pet … Continue reading Is Yogurt Good for Dogs?
Q. What are lignans and how can they help a dog with Cushing’s disease? A. As many pet parents choose to take a natural approach to manage Cushing’s disease, certain plant compounds can work to address the root cause of the disease. Many homeopathic remedies used to treat Cushing’s symptoms present only a band-aid to … Continue reading Lignans and the Cushing’s Dog
Phosphatidylserine for Dogs: This powerful natural lipid helps stop the root causes of Cushing’s Disease When a dog suffers from Cushing’s disease, their normal body function is disrupted. After being diagnosed, the owner can choose several ways to treat the symptoms, though the disease itself has no known permanent cure. Potent chemotherapy drugs are often … Continue reading Phosphatidylserine for Dogs with Cushing’s Disease