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Diabetic stabilization in dogs

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Diabetic stabilization in dogs

Diabetes is a relatively common disease in people and is being recognized more frequently in pets. If untreated, the disease has serious effects and will ultimately result in the death of your pet. The good news is that most diabetic animals can be successfully treated and many live normal, happy lives. However, caring for a diabetic pet takes a good deal of time and effort to make sure their disease is well controlled, and poorly controlled disease can lead to a variety of complications for your pet. 

Why is it important that diabetes is well-controlled?

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Why is diabetes difficult to control in some dogs?

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How will I know if my dog’s diabetes is unstable?

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How can I make sure my pet’s diabetes is well controlled?

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Monitoring of the unstable diabetic animal 

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