Quality Support for Symptoms of Addison’s Disease in Cats
Addison’s disease also known as hypoadrenocorticism can occur when the adrenal glands are unable to produce the hormones needed to function normally. When cats are afflicted with this disease improving the production of adrenal hormones is vital while also supporting the liver and kidneys.
Causes of Addison’s Disease in Cats
The exact cause is unknown, but this disease is thought to be an autoimmune condition where the body destroys some of its tissue. The adrenal gland can also be damaged due to other health conditions such as cancer.
Signs and Symptoms of Addison’s Disease in Cats
Addison’s disease although rare in cats when it does occur the onset may be sudden and severe or could occur intermittently and vary in severity. Cats with this disease can appear ragged due to their overall body and coat being affected.
- Increased thirst and urination
- Lack of appetite
- Vomiting and diarrhea
At NHV all of our products are safe to be given along with any vet-prescribed medication, safe for long-term use, and are ethically sourced as well as being free from additives and preservatives. For integrative care use our holistic supplements together with your vet’s conventional treatment for Addison’s disease in your cat.
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Additional Support Tips
Talk to your vet about incorporating holistic support to help ease the symptoms of Addison’s disease in your cat as well as restoring strength and vitality.
NHV’s vet-formulated dietary supplements contain potent ingredients that help to improve your cat’s health.
- Promotes healthier skin and coat
- Produces hormones that help control appetite
- Reduces fatigue and increases energy
- Detoxifies and supports the regeneration of the liver
- Regulates water and electrolyte levels
You can always schedule a consultation if you have questions or are conflicted about the holistic approach to your cat’s health. Our pet experts are here to help offer guidance and give support along the way including for your cat’s symptoms of Addison’s disease.
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