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Treating Cushing’s Disease in Dogs | Life-changing story of Gau the pomeranian

Gấu is a 5-year-old pomeranian friend of ADI. We recently saw Gau at ADI presenting with signs of Cushing. It’s important to start from first principles and follow evidence based medicine when diagnosing Cushing’s and our team confirmed this with a standard ACTH-stimulation test.
Little dog Gau suffers from cushing
Gau before the treatment
What’s Cushing’s Disease?
Cushing’s disease, or hyperadrenocorticism, occurs when a pet’s adrenal glands produce too many hormones usually triggered by a benign pituitary tumor. This can lead to symptoms like increased appetite, thirst, and a lackluster coat.
“Identifying the cause of Cushing’s disease is important because each type is treated differently and each has a different prognosis.”
Our Approach: Tailored and Compassionate
Treating Gau required a delicate balance of medication and careful monitoring. We prescribed medication to manage his hormone levels and monitored his progress closely.
The Outcome
Gau’s condition improved significantly under our care! His energy levels bounced back, and his coat has regrown, lustrous and full, a clear sign of his improved health.
Gau after the treatment
Gau after the treatment at Animal Doctors International
Good to Know:
Did you know that excessive panting, increased thirst, and a pot-bellied appearance in your pet could be more than just signs of aging? These can be subtle hints of Cushing’s disease.
If your dog shows signs of Cushing syndrome,