“Your dog is diabetic.” It’s a diagnosis no one wants to hear, but it’s becoming increasingly common. While the equivalent of human juvenile diabetes is rare in dogs – most are born with a fully functional pancreas that produces adequate insulin – middle-aged and older animals are much more prone to the disease.
Things to Learn
Canine diabetes may be prevented with a few simple lifestyle changes. Even if your dog has already been diagnosed with this serious condition, there are steps you can take. Here you will learn about it’s causes, treatment options and prevention.