Signs Of Dog Diabetes That You Should Never, Ever Ignore
If you have a precious pooch in your life, there’s a good chance you’ll do just about anything to keep him healthy or happy!
That’s why it’s so important for all dog owners to know how to spot the signs of diabetes in their pets.
After all, there are lots of people illnesses that dogs can’t get, and vice versa. Unfortunately, diabetes isn’t one of them.
Knowing doggy health symptoms is key to spotting all sorts of medical dilemmas early on.
Diabetes in dogs is very similar to diabetes in humans. Many of the symptoms are the same, and just like their owners, dogs with diabetes can either have type 1 diabetes or develop type 2 over time.
If you have a beloved dog who isn’t acting quite the way he used to, it’s a good idea to watch for these symptoms. Also, have a vet run exams as soon as possible to help get your pup the treatment he needs!
Scroll through to learn how to spot the symptoms of diabetes in dogs.
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Sign #1: Drinking Tons Of Water
Is your dog making constant trips to the water bowl?
It’s normal for dogs to drink plenty of water, but watch your dog closely to see if it seems like he just can’t get enough to drink.
If your dog suddenly seems excessively thirsty and is drinking huge amounts of water, it might be time for a trip to the vet.
Dogs with diabetes have too much glucose in their bodies, which absorbs water fast and leaves the pooch feeling constantly thirsty.
Sign #2: Needs To Go Out All The Time
We mentioned excessive thirst earlier.
Well, excessive peeing is the direct corollary.
Because the extra Continue reading