Diabetes is a common health condition in dogs that affects the way their body regulates blood sugar.
The symptoms of diabetes in dogs can include: Increased thirst ,Increased urination, Weight loss, Increased appetite, Lethargy, etc.
The diagnosis of diabetes in dogs is made through a blood test that measures blood sugar levels.
The treatment of diabetes in dogs typically involves insulin injections and a special diet.
Dogs with diabetes need to receive insulin injections on a regular basis. The amount of insulin and the frequency of injections will vary depending on the individual dog.
Dogs with diabetes need to eat a special diet that is low in carbohydrates and high in protein
The complications of diabetes in dogs can include: Kidney failure, Blindness, Heart disease, Stroke, etc.