The Athletic and Working Dog Newsletter Issue 4(6): ~ Hypothyroidism in the Athletic or Working Dog

Issue 4(6): ~ Hypothyroidism in the Athletic or Working Dog

Issue 4(6): ~ Hypothyroidism in the Athletic or Working Dog
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Hypothyroidism is a disease that should be monitored in all athletic or working dogs. It affects these dogs in a different manner than the normal pet population. Most literature on hypothyroidism does not address the metabolic issues associated with this problem in highly active and highly driven dogs. The etiology of hypothyroidism and its management is different in relation to athletic and working patients.
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