Diabetes and Your Dog

Dog Diabetes Guide
Dog Diabetes — An Owner’s Guide

Canine Diabetes is a silent killer that can threaten the life of your dog over time. Learn how to prevent this disease and how to recognize the symptoms and what to do if your dog comes down with this diabetes.

Uncontrolled Canine Diabetes can lead to blindness as well as a complete shutdown of your dog’s kidneys and liver. But you can avoid a painful lingering death for your dog if you learn how to recognize the symptoms of Canine Diabetes and what you can do to treat it.

Unlike humans, dogs rarely complain when they aren’t feeling well. You have to be observant enough to notice changes in their behavior, even to get an idea that something is amiss. But unfortunately, it can be too late to save your dog by the time certain symptoms become obvious. And that’s the case with Canine Diabetes.

According to veterinary medicine experts, nearly 1 in 400 dogs will come down with Canine Diabetes during their lifetime. The most common age for a dog that gets this disease is 7, but many younger dogs are also diagnosed. Female dogs contract the disease at twice that of male dogs, and some breeds are more susceptible than others.

If your dog is suffering from Canine Diabetes, you may not know it. That’s because the symptoms are so similar to other diseases and ailments. Your best chance of stopping the effects of the disease before it becomes life-threatening is to catch Canine Diabetes in its early stages. But that’s hard to do unless you know exactly what to look for.

So if you really are serious about helping your dog avoid the misery of Canine Diabetes, you MUST download Diabetes and Your Dog RIGHT NOW so you can get a head start on this potentially fatal disease.

Here’s what we’ll cover in this “Your Dog and Diabetes” guide:

  • Chapter 1 – Introduction.
  • Chapter 2 – Diabetes 101. In this chapter, we’ll look at what diabetes is and how it manifests itself in dogs.
  • Chapter 3 – Your dog’s risk factors. You might think that if your dog’s mom had diabetes, your dog will too. That’s possible, but there are other risk factors to be aware of. We’ll discuss those in this chapter.
  • Chapter 4 – Your dog’s diabetes diagnosis. This chapter will talk about how diabetes is diagnosed in dogs and what treatment your dog will receive.
  • Chapter 5 – Treatment: Diet and exercise. Just like humans, dogs must begin to watch their diet and get regular activity. Of course, your dog won’t pencil these things onto his calendar, but you must. We’ll offer some tips.
  • Chapter 6 – Treatment: Insulin. Dogs with diabetes will be put on insulin, which operates much as insulin does in adults. We’ll discuss how it’s administered, how often your dog will need it, and how to care for and store it.
  • Chapter 7 – Complication risks. There are several serious complications your dog might suffer as a result of having diabetes disease. We’ll look at those in this chapter.
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