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Forum: Canine Cushings - See http://www.k9cushings.com 05-20-2009, 01:21 PM
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Re: Barney - 8yo Jack Russell Terrier

Kelley, melatonin will suppress the production of cortisol to a certain extent, just not as much as lysodren or trilostane. So if Barney is indeed normal, then I can understand the reluctance to...
Forum: Canine Cushings - See http://www.k9cushings.com 05-14-2009, 01:21 PM
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Re: Barney - 8yo Jack Russell Terrier

Kelley, none of us are vets, but Barney's UTK panel clearly indicates that he is both Pit Cushing's + Atypical. As I mentioned when I first posted to you, the IMS who diagnosed Harley told me she did...
Forum: Canine Cushings - See http://www.k9cushings.com 05-13-2009, 10:26 AM
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Posted By stardeb55
Re: Barney - 8yo Jack Russell Terrier

Kelley, I'm certainly glad you mentioned the ACE inhibitor as you are absolutely correct that Trilo is contraindicated with this type of BP med. I would certainly think another abdominal US is...
Forum: Canine Cushings - See http://www.k9cushings.com 05-13-2009, 07:17 AM
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Posted By stardeb55
Re: Barney - 8yo Jack Russell Terrier

The recommendation sheet isn't in any specific order. There should have been a comment that was something to the effect that say treatments #2, 3, 4 are recommended.l

Debbie
Forum: Canine Cushings - See http://www.k9cushings.com 05-12-2009, 06:03 PM
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Posted By stardeb55
Re: Barney - 8yo Jack Russell Terrier

Kelley, I'm the Debbie that Allison mentioned. Barney is, indeed, Pit Cushing's + Atypical which is what my Harley is. Some of Barney's values are higher than Harley's were, while Harley was higher...
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