Sassy’s Case: Unregulated Cushing’s Syndrome
Sponsored by Dechra
Hyperadrenocorticism (ie, Cushing’s disease) is one of the most commonly diagnosed endocrine conditions in dogs. Despite the veterinary practitioner’s familiarity with the disease, diagnosis and treatment can present a number of challenges on the road to clinical control. When Sassy, the 13-year-old poodle mix, walks through the door, can you successfully jump through the hurdles that arise from diagnosis to treatment? Register to gain access to this interactive article to see how Sassy’s case unfolds and be ready to overcome common challenges of hyperadrenocorticism in your patients.