Atypical Cushing's Disease affects a number of dogs and causes hair loss and other problems. Dermatonin (the melatonin implant) for dogs is now available. Veterinary dermatologists are currently engaged in clinical trials using constant-release melatonin implants for the treatment of Atypical Cushing's Disease as well as several other conditions. Dermatonin gives the veterinary market a 100% natural way to treat this condition. There are 3 different sizes available depending on the dog's weight as listed. The implants only need to be administered every 4 to 6 months.
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