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Do I need to put my dog to sleep?

  1. profile image49
    hhodgeposted 7 years ago

    Do I need to put my dog to sleep?

    My schnauzer has Cushings Disease. He is showing all of the signgs more and more each day. The thing that I am worried about is his recent aggression towards my other dog. when it comes to anything even little as her walking by him. Is it time?

  2. Tricandy profile image39
    Tricandyposted 7 years ago

    No, try some of these techniques here at http://www.squidoo.com/lensmaster/new_w … g_behavior

  3. MarloByDesign profile image86
    MarloByDesignposted 7 years ago

    There are a lot of Hubs on Cushing's - I thought my dog may have had this (he is 8), so i searched for Hubs to read. Is aggression one of the characteristics for sure? Is your dog just getting a little older?

  4. profile image49
    hhodgeposted 7 years ago

    He has been diagnosed with Cushings and the effects are showing more and more each day (ie drinking alot, in turn peeing alot in the house, having accidents, eating ravinously, very protective of his food, swollen looking tummy, panting etc) the aggression, i think has to do with his age and that he may not be feeling all that well. He bit my husband and he went after me the other day, which is VERY unlike him..

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    jasper420posted 7 years ago

    i am pondering the same qushtion about my schanuzer aslo i think as the owner only you can make that diffuclt choice if he is suffering then i would say  its time

  6. HealthyPetNetwork profile image60
    HealthyPetNetworkposted 7 years ago

    How do you know your dog has cushings disease? There is a good chance he has Plechner Syndrome and can be treated. This syndrome  can cause this rage. If you love him and hope to see him lead a good life go to www.drplechner.com  and gather some info. Contact me if we can help--HealthyPetNetwork

    I am sending this over to Dr Plechner to see what he says

 
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