Diabetes mellitus is quite common in dogs. The diabetic dog shows polyuro-polydipsia, that is, it drinks much more and that it urinates much more than normal amounts.
Despite an increase in appetite, the dog loses weight. Over time, he begins to show bilateral cataract , that is, the eyes turn blue and lose their transparency. The dog sees less and less well.
An analysis of the blood sugar, amount of sugar contained in the blood, will confirm the diagnosis of diabetes mellitus . The veterinarian prescribes a daily injection of insulin. In collaboration with your veterinarian, it is a question of determining the ideal dose adapted to the case of your dog.
A dietary diet will be distributed, fixing precisely the time of the meals, compared to the hours of insulin injections. .
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