Yes, believe it or not, it’s true. Diabetes mellitus, also known as diabetes, it can not dogs. Come about 1 in 500 dogs may be suffering from this disease. The races will most tend to be diagnosed with diabetes, are the German Shepherd, Schnauzer, Beagle, Poodle, Golden Retriever, and Keeshond. The disease usually occurs in middle-aged dogs between the ages 6 to 9 years. Most dogs are affected by type 1 diabetes, a disease where the body no insulin at all. Symptoms of research are alcohol abuse, bulimia, frequent urination, dehydration and weight loss possible or weight gain. If you’re one of these symptoms in your dog, take him to a veterinarian for examination.
The veterinarian will confirm the completeness of testing blood and serum chemistry and urinarlysis to see if your pet has diabetes. If your dog is diagnosed with diabetes, it is not the end of the world. Diabetes can be controlled with a high fiber, medium-carbohydrate diet and insulin injections. You can easily learn how to give daily insulin injections for your dog, and if you and the dog used to it, it becomes a daily routine. It is very important to diagnose and begin treatment for diabetes in the early stages of the disease.
In doing so may cause complications such as blindness and nerve damage. Untreated diabetes can be life threatening. Think about the symptoms and make sure that your beloved dog at least an annual physical examination by a trained veterinarian. A healthy, happy dog is a loyal, faithful friend and companion. You and your dog will not earn less!
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