The Canine Addison's Photo Gallery
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Cinnamon
Name: ~Cinnamon~

Breed: Chow x

Sex: Female

Age Diagnosed w/Addison's: 1 1/2 years old


Comments: Cinnamon was diagnosed at 1 1/2 years by the University of Pennsylvania. She has just turned 8 and is still her normal rambunctious self.


BonBon
Name: ~BonBon~

Breed: Standard Poodle

Sex: Female

Age Diagnosed w/Addison's: 4 years old


Comments: This is BonBon, a 9 1/2 year old Standard diagnosed with Addison's when she was 4. She hails from Graphic Kennels in San Rafael, CA and owns Sherry and Don in the San Francisco Bay area. Her daily routine includes a morning walk to the local coffee shop where she and Sherry get to share a Cafe Latte. (Sherry gets the caffeine, BonBon gets the foamy milk left at the bottom of the cup)


Catherine
Name: ~Lady Catherine von Licorice~

Breed: Great Dane

Sex: Female

Age Diagnosed w/Addison's: Three years, 6 weeks old


Comments: In December of 1999, at the age of three, Catherine was diagnosed with Canine Addisons Disease. We were fortunate that her vet was knowledgeable and diagnosed her correctly before she went into a full-blown crisis! She's stabilized now, on monthly injections of Percorten-V (DOCP) and daily prednisone ...a mere drop in her 148# "bucket".


Stormy
Name: ~Donnchada Stormy Weather 11~

Breed: Standard Poodle

Sex: Male

Age Diagnosed w/Addison's: Three years old


Comments: Stormy is spoiled rotten!!!! We have been fortunate to have him for our friend / furbaby. We travel and go to the Drag races a lot in our motorhome and he goes right with us. We have a kind of pattern we get into andhe seems to know what's next. Kayia is our Shepherd mix and she has a time keeping up with him.They love each other and seem to enjoy our company.


Otter
Name: ~Otter~

Breed: Lab/Chow/Bassett Mix

Sex: Male

Age Diagnosed w/Addison's: Four and a half years old


Comments: Comments: This is my Otter boy, my midget lab sumo wrestler. Diagnosed 2/97, he has done exceptionally well with monthly DOCP and minimal daily Pred. We also have his non-AD littermate, Sam. Otter's hobbies are eating, snoozing, snacking and sleeping in on weekends.


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