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  1. 1 Dori Henderson November 13, 2009 at 4:16 pm

    I would like information on diet and possible herbs that can help my poodle. She appears to have Cushing’s Disease.

    • 2 callofthedog November 16, 2009 at 1:18 pm

      Dear Dori,

      We know that when you are seeking answers for our fur kids, waiting time can be stressful so we are sorry to have not been able to get you a reply a bit faster.

      Your question, the way it was phrased, seems a bit ambiguous if a confirmed diagnosis as to Cushing ’s disease has been established. At the risk of advising the obvious, this should be done immediately with your veterinarian and, if you feel it warranted, seek a second opinion.

      If you would like to read more about Cushing’s disease, <CLICK HERE>

      Assuming you have a complete diagnosis and Cushing’s disease has been established, we applaud your thinking of finding a natural treatment course of action.

      Herbal and homeopathic remedies can play a vital role in supporting the balance of your dog’s adrenal glands thereby impacting the overall general health of the patient. Herbs and homeopathic remedies cannot cure Cushing’s disease, but they work to help support the organs and systems that are put under extra stress due to the disease.

      Conventional medicine often just treats the symptoms; natural medicine works on creating a holistic balance in the body to support systemic health, thereby relieving ailments, and helps boost the immune function to help prevent future disease. A big difference is that most often pharmaceutical drugs will attempt to suppress symptoms and natural ingredients work to support overall health and functioning.

      It is important to be aware that all living things respond to natural medicine in different ways; immediate results are not impossible; however, benefits may not be fully realized for possibly 3-6 weeks. What is important to have a chance at optimum results is to administer natural remedies as directed and remain consistent.

      In addition to any, it is important to combine herbal and homeopathic remedies with a nutritious, well-balanced natural diet without chemical additives, along with exercise. It is also very important to reduce stress levels, as stress contributes to increased cortisol in the body and we are looking to reduce cortisol levels in the blood.

      You can find a quality natural treatment for cats and dogs to help relax overactive adrenal glands and reduce the excessive urination associated with Cushing’s disease by a <CLICK HERE>.

      You will also find a comment by Barbara M. of MA about her Toy Poodle and others who have taken the approach you are seeking. <CLICK HERE>

      The herbal and homeopathic remedy we are sharing with you contains organ/system-support herbs such as astragalus, burdock and dandelion, as well as other homeopathic remedies to lessen the symptoms associated with Cushing’s disease. Part of this natural approach contains arsenicum album, effective in treating excessive thirst and urination, indigestion, vomiting and other digestive problems. Sulphur and mercurius not only can reduce thirst, but also improve skin condition. Hepar sulphis is very effective for treating infections and healing wounds or irritated skin. <CLICK HERE>

      We hope you will find this information helpful and we most sincerely send our wishes for a positive outcome with years together ahead with your fur baby.

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