Corpus ID: 9557416

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CANINE THYROID DYSFUNCTION AND ABERRANT BEHAVIOR

@inproceedings{Dodds2002RELATIONSHIPBC,
  title={RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CANINE THYROID DYSFUNCTION AND ABERRANT BEHAVIOR},
  author={W. Dodds},
  year={2002}
}
  • W. Dodds
  • Published 2002
  • Medicine
  • Dodds, W. Jean. “Relationship Between Canine Thyroid Dysfunction and Aberrant Behavior.” 30.3 (September 2002) : 60-66. A summary of a study of 1500+ dogs with undesirable behaviors in which a significant relationship was found between thyroid dysfunction and such behaviors and/or seizures. Dr. Dodds emphasizes the importance of thyroid testing for dogs with behavior problems and notes that treatment provided marked improvement. Thyroid, Behavior problems 
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