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August 28, 2010

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Abnormal behavior in dogs is often low thyroid function. Unexplained fear and aggression is common and many dogs are now experiencing thyroid dysfunction at 1-2 years of age. Please see info and consider having blood work done by Dr. Jean Dodds, who has researched canine thyroid disease for > 25 years. Plus, her lab is cheaper and more accurate. Your vet prepares the blood and you ship it.
www.hemopet.org/
Because we adopt old, ill and behaviorally-challenged dogs, 6 of our 7 are low thyroid and need thyroid supplementation. Most vets are not aware of the many subtle sign of low thyroid disease. It is not just a problem which causes dogs to be “fat and lazy”. It can cause behavior problems, seizures, allergies, skin problems, digestive problems, and more.

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