On-demand video: Hypoadrenocorticism: Pinning Down the DiagnosisConfirming canine hypoadrenocorticism and creating a diagnostic plan

Diagnosing canine hypoadrenocorticism or Addison's disease can be challenging as its clinical signs mimic those of other common diseases. Early and accurate identification and treatment are essential for successful prognosis and management.

Audrey K Cook

BVM&S, MSc, Vet Ed, FRCVS, Dip. ACVIM, Dip. ECVIM (CA), Dip. ABVP Feline Practice, Texas A&M 

University School of Veterinary Medicine, College Station, TX, USA

  • Explore pathophysiology, manifestations, and diagnosis of canine hyperadrenocorticism
  • Learn when to suspect “the great pretender”
  • Discover how to create and interpret an appropriate diagnostic plan for a dog suspected to have hypoadrenocorticism