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The ideal treatments for Cushing's will cause problems if given to dogs who do not have this condition.
There is one option, a drug called Selegiline, which would be the exception here.
this drug doesn't treat the actual problem -- but does seem to reduce some of the symptoms associated with Cushing's, and there are very few if any side effects.
it would be worth asking your vet about.
Her symptoms are over eating, bloated belly and weight gain. From what I understand the condition is incurable so all we can do is treat the symptoms, correct?
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