We’ve learned recently that normal can be redefined to create the best environment for someone’s well -being, and for dogs it’s much the same. For a dog, achieving a normal life with Cushing’s disease may involve providing a new nutrition and supplement regimen or adapting a less strenuous exercise routine. The key is to identify … Continue reading Can Dogs Live a Normal Life With Cushing’s?
When warm months are upon us, it’s important to be mindful of a dog’s water intake. Since Cushing’s dogs are prone to symptoms like excessive thirst, it’s especially important to care for your pup’s hydration when the weather gets hot. Foods that Hydrate Since a whole food diet or a kibble diet with whole food … Continue reading Keep Your Cushing’s Dog Hydrated
What Are the Benefits of Probiotics? Taking probiotics has been linked to a lowered risk for cancer, tumorous growths, and chronic diseases. It increases energy and strengthens the immune system. A healthy gut means more nutrients are released and absorbed into the body, providing fuel for every system to excel. The Innovative Veterinary Care Journal … Continue reading Probiotics and Dogs: FAQ’s
Keeping a clean home is important, but certain products can cause pet parents’ concern. Irritated eyes and skin, as well as breathing problems could be the result of cleaning products according to PetMD.com. You can keep your pup safe and maintain a healthy, happy home by keeping a few tips for cleaning safety for dog … Continue reading Cleaning Safety for Dog Owners
When a dog is diagnosed with Cushing’s disease, there are two main root causes. It is helpful to know which is causing the increased cortisol production (pituitary vs adrenal Cushings) to better plan treatment for your pup. Pituitary Dependent Cushing’s Disease The American Kennel Society shares that more than 90% of dogs diagnosed with Cushing’s … Continue reading Pituitary vs. Adrenal Cushing’s