Lars
Name: ~Lars~

Breed: Rottweiler

Sex: Male

Age Diagnosed w/Addison's: 7 years 4 months


Comments: Lars is a very happy, fun-loving dog who has boundless enthusiasm about all aspects of life, whether it's playing with his friends, following us around, showing off his toys for his guests, cribbing on his fuzzy dolls, chasing squirrels, rolling in the grass, eating or sleeping. He is very, very sweet and sensitive. We love our big dog!


Sunny
Name: ~Sunny~

Breed: Samoyed

Sex: Male

Age Diagnosed w/Addison's: 8 1/2 years old


Comments: After a near fatal crash Sunny was immediately diagnosed with AD by our Vet, who had participated in Novartis' trials of Percotan-V. He is the fourth Sammy I've owned, and by far the best dog I have ever known. Now that he is on his meds, he is back to his old, happy, and loving self. Isn't Technology wonderful?


Toy
Name: ~U-CDX Toy Truffles La Bijou, CDX, NA, CGC ~

Breed: Standard Poodle

Sex: Female

Age Diagnosed w/Addison's: 4 years old


Comments: We carefully monitor Toy's training, behavior, exercise, food, supplements, prescriptions, health (including) blood and urine to ensure that she remains in top physical and mental condition. As a result, she is able to compete in obedience and agility and earn perfect or very high scores. We will start training in tracking and freestyle in the near future.


Sugar
Name: ~Sugar~

Breed: Lab mix

Sex: Female

Age Diagnosed w/Addison's: 5 years old


Comments: Sugar is the best pet anyone could ask for. We are very lucky! We've had her since she was a 9 month, 40 pound puppy. We acquired her from the SPCA and she has filled our home with love ever since! Sugar is as playful as she was before she was diagnosed. She loves to go for walks, lay in the sun, and rough-house with dad!


Haley
Name: ~Haley~

Breed: Dalmation

Sex: Female

Age Diagnosed w/Addison's: 3 1/2 years old (March 18, 2000)


Comments: Haley enjoys playing with and mothering her younger liver spotted Dal sister, Hershey, chasing squirrels, going on walks, and is always anxiously awaiting a treat. We were blessed when we rescued her from the Humane Society and we are blessed again that she is living a happy life after her crisis.


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