This is a proof of our Canine Addison’s brochure, which we hope will help make people more aware of Addison’s disease in dogs.
If diagnosed in time, dogs with Addison’s can live a long, normal life, doing anything other dogs can do (except breeding).
The symptoms of Addison’s disease look like many other diseases. For that reason, it is often not diagnosed quickly.
A baseline cortisol test can rule Addison’s out. It is a simple test.
If your dog fails the baseline cortisol test, an ACTH test will need to be done as soon as possible. Time is of the essence. The ACTH test is the only definitive way to diagnose Addison’s disease in dogs.
If you would like copies of our brochure to display or distribute, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We are working on creating copies of the brochure for the United Kingdom. We are also translating the brochure into several languages. If you need the brochure in a specific language, please use the Contact Us form to let us know.
Please note: The brochure will not print correctly on your printer. That is why we are only posting the proof. If you’d like to share the brochure, it’s best to email it or give a link to this page, rather than print it. We are happy to provide copies of the brochure that were professionally printed. This is a tri-fold brochure, so you need to imagine how it looks folded & printed.
This page shows the outside of the tri-fold brochure:
This page shows the inside of the tri-fold brochure: