Hyperadrenocorticism is considered one of the most common endocrine disorders in dogs. Poodles, dachshunds, and beagles are a few of the breeds affected more than others.
The most common clinical signs are polyuria, polydipsia, polyphagia, and panting. With proper treatment and monitoring, however, patients with hyperadrenocorticism can have a good quality of life.
During this web conference, Patty Lathan, VMD, DACVIM, will cover medical management of canine hyperadrenocorticism, with a focus on the use of trilostane.