Audrey K. Cook, BVM&S, Msc Vet Ed, DACVIM, DECVIM, DABVP (Feline)
What you need to know when it comes to recognizing, diagnosing and managing this endocrine disease in cats.
In this case, the owners knew their longtime companion was frail, and they were addressing his multiple health concerns. But when the dog quit eating, they knew something more needed to be done to bring him comfort.
In this CE webinar, gain a greater understanding of the various causes and potentially serious clinical impact of dysrexia. Also learn about the available treatment options for stimulating appetite in affected dogs.
Being aware of the more subtle signs of canine hyperadrenocorticism can be key to early diagnosis and initiation of therapy.
What is causing this dog's clinical signs?
This senior dog now also struggles to get up on the couch. Take a look at Jack's photo, assess his initial laboratory findings, and decide what test to do next.