Adrenal Support for Dogs with Cushing's
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Adrenal Support for dogs combines a specific blend of herbs that helps maintain normal adrenal function related to Cushing’s in dogs. Prana Pets Adrenal Support is a Licorice free product. In some instances, licorice root may influence your dog’s Cortisol levels.
Helps balance the increased cortisol which contributes to Cushing’s
May help with excessive thirst, increased urination, and excessive panting
May help with hair loss, fragile skin, and frequent skin infections
May help with enlarged abdomen, increased appetite, and sluggishness
VET APPROVED AND RECOMMENDED
"Prana Pets has created a tincture that can help level both increased and decreased adrenal functions. Raised adrenal and lower adrenal function can be confusing for the pet owner, and concerning for pet and owner. I absolutely support this herbal remedy."Andrew Turkell, DVM, CVA, CCRT, CHT-V
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Prana Pets Adrenal Support is a herbal remedy created to maintain normal adrenal function in dogs with Cushing’s. Adrenal Support contains powerful herbs that support normal hormonal balance and help a dog’s body adapt to stress.
Prana Pets Adrenal Support enhances the balance among the dog’s adrenal glands, pituitary gland, and hypothalamus. Since there is no cure for Cushing’s, treatment has to be long-term, making this holistic method healthier and more beneficial than pharmaceutical drugs. Prana Pets Adrenal Support balances a dog’s body rather than simply targeting symptoms; it has no side effects or risks to a dog’s health.
Cushing’s occurs when the dog’s adrenal glands overproduce cortisol, a stress hormone. When a dog is under stress, its adrenal glands will emit cortisol as a normal response to danger. If stress becomes chronic, however, cortisol is released uncontrollably at the expense of the dog’s health. Anxious dogs tend to have higher stress levels, putting them at risk for Cushing’s as they grow older. Typical things to look for include increased appetite and urination, excessive panting and thirst, hair loss, skin issues, low energy, enlarged abdomen, and high blood sugar.
Adrenal Support for Cushing’s disease treatment is a 100% herbal remedy specifically formulated to provide comprehensive, gentle support to dogs suffering from Cushing’s. Hormonal balance is a delicate and complex issue that must be approached holistically for long-term success. This approach restores balance in the entire HPA (hypothalamic, pituitary, and adrenal) axis.
Cushing’s in dogs requires a remedy that enhances the dog’s adrenal system, vitality, strength, and energy while supporting the following affected areas of its body:
Prana Pets has carefully formulated a variety of herbs into a single remedy that collectively supports the healthy function of your dog's body. Prana Pets Adrenal Support contains a Proprietary Blend (0.147 ml) of the following:
a traditional Chinese medicinal herb that acts as an adaptogen, meaning that it helps a dog’s body adapt to stress
balances a dog’s adrenal glands
may help with excessive thirst and urination while stimulating the immune system when used regularly
helps manage discomfort associated with joint issues
is thought to have blood-thinning properties
helps break down dietary fats
supports the immune system
an herb rich in vitamin C and vitamin B5, which are crucial for a dog’s adrenal glands to restore themselves
contains an array of minerals such as phosphorus, manganese, and iron that help maintain healthy adrenal gland function
promotes kidney, liver, and digestive tract health holistically
contains nutrients that encourage the growth of skin and fur
helps a dog’s body maintain a healthy digestive system
contains a wide variety of minerals such as magnesium and manganese for hormonal balance and health of the nervous system
contains silica and sulphur to aid in the support of healthy skin, fur, and connective tissues
helps support proper kidney health
supports the health of the dog’s mucous membranes
helps support healthy skin
helps maintain healthy adrenal function
helps maintain healthy liver function
maintains healthy blood supply
promotes healthy skin growth
Panax Ginseng (root)
an adaptogenic traditional Chinese medicinal herb that balances the dog’s hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis, which helps regulates the dog’s digestive and immune systems, energy levels, sex hormones, moods, and emotions
promotes normal energy levels, may enhance muscular strength and stamina when used consistently
helps to maintain a healthy blood sugar level
an Ayurvedic herb that strengthens a dog’s body while improving overall health
improves a dog’s response to stress if used daily
enhances energy levels and immunity
protects the dog’s liver and supports liver health and function
Inactive ingredients: Purified Water, USP Vegetable Glycerin, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid.
Use 3-5 times daily. Drops may be administered directly into the mouth or given at meal time.
DROPS PER DOSE:
- Dogs under 20 lbs: 3-5 drops
- Dogs 20-50 lbs: 6-8 drops
- Dogs over 50 lbs: 10 drops
Each bottle of Cushing’s Relief contains 2 FL OZ (59mL), Minimum of 2000 drops
These are Frequently Asked Questions:
Q. Can this be administered alongside meds such as vetoryl?A. The product will not interfere with any meds currently being administered. It is up to the customer if they would like to administer our product alongside other meds. Always speak to a Vet on how to take your pet off prescription meds safely.
Q. How long does the bottle last? A. A bottle will last at least one month. A bottle may last 2 months for smaller pets.
Q. Are there any side effects? A. In most cases there are no serious side effects associated with this product. Always cross-check the ingredients with any pre-existing allergy your pet may have
Q. How long before I see results? A. You should see results within 3 weeks. If you are not satisfied we recommend taking advantage of our guarantee.
Q. What is your return policy? A. We offer a 100% money-back guarantee for up to 60 Days. If it's not helping send it back for a full product refund.
Cushing’s Remedy For Dogs
Cushing’s in dogs can be either pituitary dependent or adrenal dependent. It often refers to when the dog’s body is producing excessive cortisol, a hormone triggered by stress. Pituitary is the most common of the two, with adrenal being rarer. A tumor in either the adrenal or pituitary gland may cause this overproduction.
A third kind of Cushing’s disease is called iatrogenic. This can be a potential side effect when a dog is taking steroids, either oral or injectable. Iatrogenic Cushing’s can happen whether or not the steroid amount is excessive, making it a valid concern for many pet parents.
Adrenal Support for dogs can help support a dog’s normal bodily response related to all three.
Options for Dogs with Cushing's
We have a few options for supplements that can help with Cushing’s. All of our formulas have been tested and tried for optimal results in reducing stress and improving your dog’s quality of life. Determine if you want to make a one-time purchase or choose one of our subscription options.
When choosing supplements for dogs, avoid any with licorice root. This herb encourages the dogs’ organs to produce cortisol and may worsen any discomfort.
The Cushing’s Killer Combo is a bundle that is designed to help maintain your dog’s normal cortisol levels, using three herbal remedies. It contains Adrenal Support, Immune Support, and CBD Oil for Pets. CBD may help maintain normal inflammatory responses as well as supporting any stress response. Immune Support enhances the immune system, as well as energy levels and liver function.
Clinical Signs Of Cushing’s
Some of these symptoms overlap with those from other diseases, so check your dog’s health carefully. An older dog is more likely to develop Cushing’s, so start examining them if they pass middle-age and show any of the signs.
Hair loss is one symptom. If your dog is shedding more fur than usual, then it may be an indication of excess cortisol. The same goes for skin infections or increased fragility.
Keep an eye on lethargy, appetite and thirst. If your dog is hungrier and thirstier than usual, then cortisol may be draining the body. Another concern is if your dog develops a potbelly without increased hunger or food intake. An ultrasound will reveal any problems with your dog’s stomach.