Diabetes in Pets – Treatment Options

Diabetes in Pets – Treatment Options

In my last blog I discussed the symptoms and diagnosis of diabetes in dogs and cats. Once your pet is diagnosed as diabetic, there are very few treatment options available. Almost all dogs and cats will require insulin injections under the skin once or twice daily. If...

Diabetes in Pets – Causes and Diagnosis

Diabetes in Pets – Causes and Diagnosis

Diabetes mellitus has become a common malady that afflicts dogs and cats. I cringe when I see an obese dog or cat waddle into the clinic because I know it's only a matter of time until diabetes becomes the diagnosis for that pet. Symptoms of diabetes include increased...

Keep Pets Warm and Cozy This Winter

Keep Pets Warm and Cozy This Winter

Pet owners are recommended to set the thermostat at around 69 degrees F during the winter to keep pets comfortable, but with rising energy bills some people avoid turning the heating on when they're not at home themselves. The body temperature of cats and dogs is...

Conflict of Interest in Pet Food Research?

Conflict of Interest in Pet Food Research?

For the past few months we have been reading and hearing reports that dogs are suffering from dilated cardiomyopathy, or DCM, related to being fed grain-free kibble diets. The relationship between diet and disease is still unknown. Could the disease be caused because...

All Calories Are Not Alike

All Calories Are Not Alike

The obesity epidemic in pets in America is just that: an epidemic. Over 50% of dogs and cats are considered to be obese. According to veterinarian Dr. Ernie Ward, founder of the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, “We’re continuing to see more pets diagnosed with...

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