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    Re: New here, and unsure what to do...?

    For much of my Squirt's last months we walked around the yard and field behind the house, me carrying her and talking. Like you, looking back thru the years when she was healthy was so difficult for...
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    Re: New here, and unsure what to do...?

    Hi Jade,

    Sorry your sweet girl is having such a tough time. I think stopping the Vetoryl is a good idea. At her age the constant vet visits and pokes and prods are a bit much. I am sure she...
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    Re: Bravecto & Milbemax

    If you are absolutely positively sure the food will be eaten, before is ok. It is better to wait and give after the meal or at least half way thru the meal to make sure the tummy has fats onboard so...
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    Re: My big boy Gable

    uhhmmmm I think I would remember this when it came his time to have some fun. But I am old b____. :D I am truly sorry this happened - it wasn't fair at all.
  5. Re: 12y/o JRT/Spanish Bodeguero new Cushing's diagnosis, weight loss??

    awwww what precious babies! Thank you for sharing that with us!

    You are doing a great job in a difficult situation, Mom. Know that we are with you all the way and that your sweet Maggie girl...
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    Re: "Mah Boy" Keesh the Wonder Dog

    I followed the link and it says - "Video unavailable". :( It says the uploader has not made it available in "your country".

    EDITED TO ADD:

    I found a link that does work!
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    Re: Newly diagnosed with Cushings

    This is within normal range for a pup being treated with Vetoryl. That normal range for the post number just so you know is 1.45ug/dl - 5.1 ug/dl. That post, or second number, can go as high as 9.1...
  8. Re: 12y/o JRT/Spanish Bodeguero new Cushing's diagnosis, weight loss??

    Personally I would do the US. It may not be cancer but something that is treatable. Also, I would want to know if something is causing her pain right now, pain that could be treated and...
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    Re: Newly diagnosed with Cushings

    Hi and welcome to you and Winnie!

    Something for you to be aware of - we here on the forum have observed an oddity about Vetoryl and one of our Admins has done some rather extensive research,...
  10. Re: Hi! IÂ’m new to CushingÂ’s & really need some advice.

    Hi Kim,

    Just popping in to say WELCOME! to you and Archie.

    I can't agree more with Marianne's suggestion to see an IMS - in particular Dr. Bruyette if possible. Her comment about thyroid...
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    Re: Bravecto & Milbemax

    I have merged your latest post concerning parasite medication usage with Vetoryl in to Teddy's original thread. We like to keep all posts about each pup in one thread. That way it is easier for...
  12. Re: 15 yr old Maltese just diagnosed. So overwhelmed! Vetoryl questions

    How is our Maggie girl doing today?
  13. Re: 12y/o JRT/Spanish Bodeguero new Cushing's diagnosis, weight loss??

    Hi Amy! Welcome to you and Maggie!

    Just FYI - trembling is one of the side effects of Vetoryl so I wouldn't be overly concerned about that just now. Do watch for those other signs Lori posted...
  14. Re: Cushings/Diabetes BUN & Creatinine Elevated

    First, I have merged your latest post into Yukon's original thread. We like to keep all posts about each pup in ONE place. That way it is easier to keep up with the history. You may want to...
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    Re: Newly Diagnosed cocker spaniel

    I am so sorry for the loss of your baby boy. We are never ready no matter the circumstances.

    Hugs,
    Leslie
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    Re: "Mah Boy" Keesh the Wonder Dog

    I have been SOOOOO glad to read your posts on FB about getting back home finally! I hope you find a home soon that brings you joy!
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    Re: Vetoryl in Australia

    Jules - look on the thread you started and you will find some information members have shared with you concerning compounded meds in AU. Here is the link to your baby's thread:
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    I have merged your latest post into Maggie's original thread. Please keep all posts concerning Maggie in this one thread. Thanks!
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    Re: New to Cushings

    I second what Marianne had to say - IF the BG is well controlled *and* her signs are well controlled I'd leave things as they are for now. But I do have a question - while she was in boarding did...
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    Good for you! You are absolutely correct in stopping the Vetoryl. WAY TO GO, MOM!

    Do contact her vet and let us know how Maggie is doing!
    Hugs,
    Leslie
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    Re: Looking for Dr. on East Coast for Pituitary Tumor Removal

    FYI - if you are giving the lignans in the hope they will help with Cushing's they won't by themselves. In Atypical Cushing's, in which the cortisol is NORMAL but 2 or more of the intermediates are...
  22. Re: 15 yr old Maltese just diagnosed. So overwhelmed! Vetoryl questions

    10mg is not too high for Maggie. Just keep an eye out for those signs I gave you that would indicate the cortisol is too low. That doesn't mean I am worried because I am not - her starting dose is...
  23. Re: 15 yr old Maltese just diagnosed. So overwhelmed! Vetoryl questions

    Hi and welcome to you and Maggie!

    I understand very well how terrified this diagnosis can be. When I first heard that word in connection with my Squirt in 2007 I thought my world was ending. I...
  24. Re: Advice for a newly diagnosed pooch in the UK

    History has proven that larger dogs often need smaller doses than smaller dogs. It seems backwards but we (and Dechra) see that many larger dogs need only a very small dose while the smaller dogs...
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    Re: Nightime Panting and accidents

    Has your baby had an abdominal ultrasound? If not I would want that done asap on a high resolution machine so they can see more of the internal organs clearly. It is possible something is pushing...
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