Clinical signs of hyperadrenocorticism

Hyperadrenocorticism (Cushing’s syndrome) is usually seen in the older dog. Initially the signs may be attributed to normal ageing.

A dog with hyperadrenocorticism will often:

  • Drink large amounts
  • Urinate frequently
  • Eat ravenously
  • Have a “pot belly”
  • Have thin skin and hair loss
  • Develop muscle wasting
  • Be lethargic

A dog may not necessarily have all of these symptoms.

  • Vetoryl Product Information
  • Cushing Syndrome Pet Owners Site
  • Cushings Syndrome Order Client Literature
  • Canine Hyperadrenocorticism cpd
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