You did not post the reference range, or the parameters (i.e.:ug/dl or nmol/l), so I can't give you a definitive answer. But, it appears as if there has been no suppression in your dog's cortisol level, however, her initial (pre-cortisol) level is also too high, unless the lab is using a different reference range.
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Thank you so much for your response. Immediately following the numbers for my dog is the interpretation of the ACTH Stimulation test. That says normal resluts for canine 5.5-20.0 ug/dl. I'm not sure if that is a test she didn't have done or if that is also for the test she had done.