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Pet Diabetes Month

December is Pet Diabetes Awareness Month.

If your pet is displaying any of these common signs, he or she may have diabetes.

If you didn’t know your dog or cat could develop diabetes, you’re not alone. Many owners don’t realize diabetes can affect pets too, so learning that your dog or cat has the condition can leave you with many questions.

While there’s no cure for diabetes, proper care can help your pet live a happy, healthy, active life. The more you know about diabetes, the better you’ll be able to work with your veterinarian to successfully manage your pet’s health.

If you have any questions, please contact us. You can also read more at:  www.petdiabetesmonth.com

Pet Diabetes

Diabetes is a serious condition that can not only affect your pet’s health, but requires commitment from responsible owners to help maintain and treat the disease. There is good news though: with proper care and collaboration with a veterinarian, pet diabetes is manageable and might even be preventable in some cases.

To learn more, go to: http://atwork.avma.org/2014/11/11/new-video-diabetes-in-pets/

Pet Diabetes

November is National Pet Diabetes Awareness Month.

If you didn’t know your dog or cat could develop diabetes, you’re not alone. Many owners don’t realize diabetes can affect pets too, so learning that your dog or cat has the condition can leave you with many questions.

While there’s no cure for diabetes, proper care can help your pet live a happy, healthy, active life. The more you know about diabetes, the better you’ll be able to work with your veterinarian to successfully manage your pet’s health.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call or schedule an appointment