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 Thyroid Disorder in Dogs?

Answer There are two types of thyroid disorders that can occur in dogs. Hyperthyroidism is caused by excessive secretion of thyroid hormones, but occurs very rarely in dogs and is most often a sign of can... Read More »
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Signs & Symptoms of Thyroid Disorder in Border Collies?

While border collies are not as likely as some breeds to suffer from a thyroid condition- such as Irish setters, cocker spaniels and Airedale terriers- they are still susceptible to the condition. ... Read More »
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Low Thyroid Symptoms in Dogs?

Low thyroid, technically known as hypothyroidism, is a condition that can develop in any dog but is most common in mid-sized and large breed dogs between four and ten years of age. In hypothyroidis... Read More »
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Is incontinence a thyroid problem in dogs?

On One Hand: Symptoms of Thyroid ProblemsIncontinence is not a symptom of thyroid problems in dogs. According to Drs Foster and Smith, there are other symptoms. These include hair loss, reduced hea... Read More »
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Natural Products for Thyroid Problems in Dogs?

Thyroid problems in dogs can cause many different problems such as dull coat, dry skin, constipation and lethargy. According to the Dog Health Handbook, canine thyroid problems usually refer to hyp... Read More »
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