Supplies needed: a clean small dog bowl, some “fun” food that is safe, natural, and something that he will readily consume without effort. Things our dogs love are: puppy milk (yes they are all over 2 years old, but they don’t care), pancakes, bread, fruit juice like apple, strawberry, peach (no grapes or grape-related juice/fruit, . raisins, dates, sultanas, plums, prunes, etc. as this is indigestible for them and can cause serious health issues), and never give them anything with caffeine as this is toxic for dogs and cats.
The other thing that happens with excess copper and adrenal exhaustion is hypoglycemia and blood sugar swings. Low adrenal output results in low production of glucocortocoids, cortisol and cortisone, which play a role in maintaining proper blood sugar levels. So when production is low, you are underproducing those hormones and constantly going into hypoglycemia, which can result in depression, irritability, mood swings, poor concentration, poor memory, dizziness, fatigue, sleepiness and many more unpleasant effects. A lot of people don’t realize they are hypoglycemics, but if their problems tend to start an hour or two after they’ve eaten, that is always a clue.