Frequently Asked Questions about CushAway

Why use CushAway first in treating a dog with Cushing’s?

A 1999 Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association study of internists and dermatologists revealed that more than 50% of board-certified specialists would not treat a dog that has no signs or only minimal clinical signs consistent with Cushing’s disease even if testing indicated they had the disease. The overriding reason for this was concern over an Addisonian crisis reaction or other negative side effects, especially in older dogs. Research indicates that the active ingredients in CushAway, phosphatidylserine, melatonin and HMR lignans, reduce the production of corticosteroids or help rapidly deplete them. Using just CushAway alone may be enough to achieve the desired effect in borderline and mild cases of Cushing’s disease and in more severe cases may be able to reduce your dependence on, or dosage of, stronger prescription medications that carry the risk of more serious side effects than the all-natural active ingredients in CushAway. As with any nutritional product or supplement, always consult your veterinarian before using CushAway or CushAway along with other medications or treatments.


Always consult with your veterinarian before use.