Nothing is sweeter than a pet with diabetes!
Pet Diabetes 
Educate yourself. 
You are responsible for the daily care of your pet. 
Diabetes in Pets is NOT a Death Sentence!

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.

Links to Other Health Issues:
Antihistamines *Antihistamines doses
Cancer*Cancer and treatments
Collapsed Trachea*Enter "Collapsed Trachea" in the search box
Cushings *Enter “Cushing Hereditary/Congenital disorders” in the search box*Kris's Cushing FAQ*Cushings and diabetes*Cushings groups to join
Diabetes Insipidus
Hereditary/Congenital disorders*Group to join
Hyperthyroidism*Feline Hyperthyroidism and Diabetes
Kidney*Enter “Kidneys” in the search box*Early signs of kidney failure*Chronic renal failure
Liver*Enter "Liver" in the search box
Pancreas & Pancreatitis* explanation*Pancreatitis and Diabetes
UTI - Urinary Tract Infection*Rxcerpts from Carol Levin’s book *Enter "UTI"in the search box*Dr. Jennifer's cranberries and antibiotics for uti
Vaccinations*Should you vaccinate?
Vision*Blind dog tips*Cataract journals on what to expect & the cost*Where to find an ophthalmologist in your area*Cataracts and dry eye*What is a cataract? by Michael Zigler DVM, Cert.V.Ophthal*Cataracts by

Links to help you with the Loss of Your Pet

Pet Loss and Prayers:*Prayer Book and Prayer Guestbook*St. Francis Prayer *Pet Memorial Poems by Cryssy *Memorial Pages of Member's Pets

If you know of a URL that is dead,  please send an email to Judy Dick
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Judy Dick started this website 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 is Treatable! 
This Website is Dedicated to that Cause! 

Page added in July of 2008

Two shots of Insulin a Day! Keeps High Blood Glucose Away!

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