After meeting with the world expert on the Canine Thyroid Epidemic, I was amazed to hear that the current protocol for testing thyroid disorders is wrong. Changing the protocol will take time to filter through the veterinary medical field. It has to be taught at vet schools. Practicing vets have to learn about it. Diagnostic labs have to change their protocols too. In the mean time, dogs will continue to suffer. Shockingly there have been cases of dogs being euthanized for their illness, not to mention for unpredictable behavior, only to find out too late that a thyroid disorder was the cause. Such a shame for such a treatable condition. Your dog could be suffering in silence. You can wait for the changes but you don’t have to wait. Your dog can get an accurate test now. I am delighted to share this gift of wisdom with you. It is my hope that you will share the wisdom. We can create a grass roots awareness that will accelerate the correction of this problem.
Your dog may be suffering right now from a thyroid dysfunction. You may not even know it. It’s not your fault. You may have had them tested at your vet’s office. What else could you do? The current protocol used for testing thyroid dysfunction is wrong according to THE WORLD EXPERT on the subject. Now you can easily get your dog tested and receive a personal interpretation of the results from THE world leading expert.
Download form here and find out if your dog has thyroid dysfunction long before they suffer with symptoms.
Screening for Canine Autoimmune Thyroiditis:
- Complete thyroid antibody profile required
- Test intact bitches during anestrus
- Need T3AA, TgAA; not just free T4, TSH, TgAA
- OFA Thyroid Registry is limited panel
Want more wisdom so your dog is happy and healthy?
HEMOLIFE, the Diagnostic Division of Hemopet, provides the most comprehensive diagnostic profiles for detecting and interpreting autoimmune thyroiditis and hypothyroidism, with reference ranges based on age, sex, breed, and activity. They use novel patented, “green” non-RIA technology never offered before in veterinary medicine. The laboratory provides their clients with a detailed, personal assessment, and recommendations made by Dr. Dodds and her staff.