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    Re: Looking for Dr. on East Coast for Pituitary Tumor Removal

    That's great to hear that Pookie ate again!!!! This Dogaware web site, that I'm including a link to, has a lot of information regarding canine kidney disease, I hope you find it helpful:...
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    Re: Looking for Dr. on East Coast for Pituitary Tumor Removal

    Definitely addressing the kidney issue and getting her to eat on her own are the top priorities right now. The Cushing's should be put on the back burner as it is a slow progressing disease and it...
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    Re: Looking for Dr. on East Coast for Pituitary Tumor Removal

    I don't know of any veterinary hospitals on the east coast that perform pituitary removals, I did find a hospital in Fairfax VA that specializes in Oncology and Neurology, their website:...
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    Re: Dog not eating and has Cushing's

    I am so sorry that Pookie may have a macrotumor and my heart breaks for you both. I'm including this reply from one of our Administrators, Marianne, to a member whose dog was diagnosed with a macro...
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    Re: My big boy Gable

    Raising the dose to 10 mg in the morning and 5 mg at night is definitely worth trying, and testing in two weeks, I believe, is the way to go.
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    Re: Dog not eating and has Cushing's

    Hi and welcome to you and Pookie!

    I am so sorry your precious girl is not feeling well, and I understand how worried you must be about her. Getting her to eat, I believe, is the most important...
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    Re: My big boy Gable

    Those numbers are pretty good. You could try the eye drops for DI as Marianne suggested. Unfortunately some cushdog's increased drinking/urinating never return to normal even with treatment.

    Hugs,...
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    Re: Confused in the uk 🇬🇧

    Hi and welcome to you and your girl from me as well!

    Thanks so much for posting those test results as it does help us to provide you with more meaningful feedback. One question I have is; was her...
  9. Thread: Symptoms

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    Re: Symptoms

    Cushdogs appetites can be insatiable, some members give raw carrots and/or frozen green beans to help with that.
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    Re: Vetoryl 30mg Capsules

    I am so sorry for the loss of your precious girl, Maggie, and my heart goes out to you and your family.

    I had to delete part of your post in regards in offering the Vetoryl because in the U.S. it...
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    Re: New to Cushings

    Happy 11th Birthday, Annie!!!
  12. Re: Flower Power fundraiser for the Tipper and Squirt Care for Cushing's Fund

    My butterflies will be happy!! I ordered the drumstick and big impact alliums and the asiatic lilies!!!
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    Re: "Mah Boy" Keesh the Wonder Dog

    Oh Judi, I am so sorry that things are going the way they are and do hope that a positive change happens soon. You are in my thoughts and prayers and know we are here for you...sending huge and...
  14. Re: Daisy: 10-year-old Pit Bull/Boxer Mix with Cushing's; questions about Vetoryl dos

    That's great!!
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    Re: My Beautiful Buddy Boy

    Sending huge loving hugs ♥♥
  16. Re: My havanese pup has been diagnosed with cushings

    The enlargement of the adrenal glands could be due to just the use of the Trilostane as it is known to have that effect on them.
  17. Re: My havanese pup has been diagnosed with cushings

    It usually takes around 2 weeks to see improvements in thirst and hunger, but all dogs react differently so the decrease in drinking in one week wouldn't worry me too much. Glad he likes those...
  18. Re: Kashmir - Cushpup with possible macro adenoma

    I am so sorry for the loss of your precious Kashmir, he sure was a beautiful boy. We are here for you, always.

    With Heartfelt Sympathy,
    Lori
  19. Re: My havanese pup has been diagnosed with cushings

    According to this article titled: "Gall Bladder Mucoceles: An Emerging Disease Syndrome in the Dog," only about 50% of dogs have elevated bilirubin.



    Link to the article:...
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    Re: Bad effects from Vetoryl

    Since Dr. Bruyette said he couldn't determine whether Zimmy has Cushing's until the hyperparathyroidism is treated, how did the IMS determine that Zimmy does have Cushing's?
  21. Re: Kashmir - Cushpup with possible macro adenoma

    Huge hugs from me too.
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    Re: New Diagnosis and 7 day update

    It can take a long while to see improvement in their hair. The melatonin may help, I believe the type on melatonin you want is the regular kind not the fast acting or rapid releasing.
  23. Re: Cushings, coritzol, calcinosis cutis, and inflamation

    Hi and welcome to you and Reggie!

    Cortisol does have natural anti-inflammatory properties so that high cortisol could of helped with her paw but unfortunately it will make the calcinosis cutis...
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    Re: Unable to access articles?

    Hi and welcome to you and your furbaby!

    The forum does not utilize the article tab but you should be able to access our Helpful Resource sub-forum:...
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    Re: Butterflies!

    I have clay soil where I live which can be hard for anything to grow in but our native milkweed, named common, seems to have no issue with this soil, it grows beautifully with multiplying every year....
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