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Welcome to Dog Diabetes Help
Diabetes not only affects humans, but is very common in canines as well. The number one difference between humans and dogs is that dogs cannot explain what is wrong with them. It is up to us as dog owners to carefully observe our dogs to notice any symptoms of diabetes. If you notice your dog seems to be extra thirsty or sleeping a lot these days, it could be a sign of diabetes.
1 out of every 10 dogs will develop diabetes between the ages of 7 and 9. We believe that diabetes in dogs can be prevented by a proper diet and exercise, as well as managed after it has been diagnosed. Diabetes can be an upsetting ailment for dogs and owners alike. Knowing how to properly diagnose and treat diabetes is very important in your dog’s happiness and future health.
From diagnosing symptoms to tips for treatment, our mission is to provide readers with the best information on canine diabetes. We discuss different options for treatment, including natural supplements and dietary suggestions.
Diabetes in dogs can be managed with ease if proper treatment and care is given. We provide tips on preventing diabetes with exercise and proper diet. We also understand that diabetes cannot always be prevented. We are your #1 resource for creating a healthy balanced lifestyle for your diabetic dog.