he is 3 1/2 years old and about 55 pounds
I also agree, if your dog has addison's it's body is probably having trouble regulating it's input and output of fluids and sodium. Other chemicals are regulated in a humans body and it probably goes the same way for dogs. I would get the fludrocortisone for it as soon as possible if not sooner and call your Vet to see what you should do or look for in your dog's actions and the way it is acting.
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