|Nothing is sweeter than a pet
You are responsible for the
daily care of your pet.
Diabetes in Pets is NOT a Death
Eventually, you must have a thorough enough understanding
of diabetes so that you can be confident in managing this
disease instead of fearing it. If your regular
vet is unavailable when a minor question arises, you must have
the confidence to make a decision based on your
understanding of diabetes and how it affects your pet.
Judy Dick started this website
www.petdiabetes.com in May of 1997 because her Canine Queenie was diagnosed
with diabetes mellitus!
Advice given is based on personal experience and is not a substitute
for veterinary care.
Take your pet to the vet and/or consult with your vet before acting
on anyone’s advice.
Find a vet you can work with since diabetes is a complicated disease.
Diabetic Pets Around the World
Unite In a Common Goal
To let the world know that Diabetes in Pets
This Website is Dedicated to that Cause!
Page added in July of 2008
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