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Results for “hypoglycemia”
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Hypoglycemia is when your pet's blood sugar drops and becomes too low. Find out here the causes, symptoms and treatment options available to pets whose glucose levels tend to rise and fall.
Hypoglycemia is a condition where your pet's glucose levels, better known as blood sugar drops dangerously low. Luckily, there are treatment levels out there if diagnosed in a timely manner. Learn more about hypoglycemia here.
There are several reasons the adrenal glands stop producing cortisol, thereby causing Addison's disease. Learn more here to help protect your dog from this disease.
Addison’s disease in dogs is a deficiency of cortisol, a hormone that is produced in the adrenal glands. Learn more about this disease here.
Muscular dystrophy is a genetic disorder that deteriorates the muscles of dogs and cats because of low amounts of dystrophin. There isn't a cure for the disease, but there are treatments available that can help slow down the progression of the disease. Find out more here.
Maltese dogs have the tendency be more susceptible to hypoglycemia, also called low blood sugar. It is important to feed your Maltese regularly as well as a good brand of premium dry dog food.
If your dog is struggling with stairs or seems shaky and unstable, don’t assume it’s just a touch of arthritis and old age – ask your vet whether it could be a debilitating disease of the spine known as cauda equina syndrome.
It is vital to be able to pick up on the symptoms of diabetes, in order to start treatment so your pet doesn't become more ill. Learn what to watch out for here.
Finding out your dog has been diagnosed with cancer is hard enough to cope with. So when pet parents find out the cost of cancer treatment for their pet, that can make things seem hopeless. Learn more about what different options are available, and ways to make the cost of treatment more manageable.
The number of dogs and cats diagnosed with diabetes goes up each year. Learn more about this disease and how to manage it.
Having a cat with diabetes can pose some challenges because pet parents have to implement lifestyle changes in their cat's daily routine. Ongoing treatment is essential in keeping your cat's diabetes under control. Learn here what pet meds are available to help you do so.
Pancreatic insufficiency is when the small, but very important pancreas is damaged and is unable to release the digestive enzymes, leading to malnutrition. It is generally a genetic condition that is sometimes unavoidable. Find out more here.
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