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10 Tips for Taking Care of Your Dog With Diabetes

Diabetes is a serious condition that can be challenging to manage in dogs. But with proper care, you can help your dog live as happy and healthy a life as possible. Here are some tips to help keep your pup healthy. Read

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10 Tips for Taking Care of Your Dog With Diabetes By ROIHigh

Diabetes is a serious condition that can be challenging to manage in dogs. But with proper care, you can help your dog live as happy and healthy a life as possible. Here are some tips to help keep your pup healthy.

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3 Steps for Using Dog Thyroid Medications By Sam Bourne

Dog thyroid medications generally contain a single drug, known as levothyroxine sodium, which is a man-made substitute for the hormone produced (or not produced) by the thyroid gland. If you have reason to believe that your dog is hypothyroid, or want to know how hypothyroid treatment in dogs works, look no further.

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5 Facts on Canine Cushing's Disease By Robyn Johnson

Dogs of all ages may be developing Cushingโ€™s disease. Here are five facts you should know about the disease.

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6 Diet Pet Food Ingredients that Burn Fat By Dr. Joe Wakshlag

Making sure that you find the right diet pet food can be a tricky task. Learn how these 6 ingredients can help weight loss by burning more fat.

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7 Warnings Signs of Cushing's Disease in Dogs By Lauren Leonardi

Cushing's disease is one of those diseases that is extremely difficult to detect because the symptoms can be linked to such a wide number of different ailments. Find out here some specific warning signs to look out for as your dog ages.

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Canine Addison's Disease: 5 Things to Know By Gina Carey

Addisonโ€™s disease diminishes the cortisol levels in dogs, and it can spell serious consequences for your dog's health. These 5 facts will help you understand the disease.

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Canine Hypothyroidism: 5 Things You Should Know By Maureen Ryan

Hypothyroidism can be tricky to detect. Here are five facts we think you should know about canine hypothyroidism.

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Causes of Addison's Disease in Dogs By Gina Carey

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.

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Cushing's Disease in Dogs Treatment By Robyn Johnson

Treatment for Cushingโ€™s disease may involve a few different options depending on the type of disease. Learn more at PetCareRx.

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Do I Need a Prescription Dog Diabetes Diet? By Madeleine Burry

If your dog is diagnosed with diabetes, a stringent new diet will be a critical part of your pet's treatment plan. For some dogs, a prescription diet may be necessary in order to keep your pet's glucose levels stabilized. Find out more here.

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Dog Breed Weight Chart By Team PetCareRx

Keep your dogโ€™s weight in the right range for their breed with this chart that shows the optimum weight for over 200 different breeds.

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How to Help Your Underweight Pet By Madeleine Burry

Underweight pets can suffer from health issues as easily as overweight pets can. Treat your underweight pet with these tips.

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How to Know if Your Pet is Underweight By Madeleine Burry

Several symptoms can point to an underweight pet. Here's what you'll need to look for to watch your pet's weight.

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How to Save on Dog Insulin By Meredith Hudson

Has your dog been newly diagnosed with diabetes and you're wondering how you are going to be able to afford a daily medication like insulin? Learn some ways you can save money on your dog's insulin and still have enough to buy them that new squeaky toy.

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How to Stop Your Dog From Gaining Weight During COVID-19 Lockdown By ROIHigh

No question. You are living in quarantine, and that means that your dogs are with you too. This means many changes to your normal life and also to theirs. Your dogs are susceptible to human energy including your stress, anxiety, and panic. Besides their instinct to comfort you, their susceptibility will also change their energy.

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How To Treat Hypoglycemia In Cats And Dogs By Meredith Alling

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.

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Hypothyroidism Symptoms in Dogs By Maureen Ryan

Don't miss the important early signs and symptoms of hypothyroidism. Learn about them here.

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Living with Diabetic Dogs By Madeleine Burry

Your beloved dog has been diagnosed with diabetes. Now what? Pet parents just faced with the diagnosis may be unaware of the dos and don'ts on how to properly care for a diabetic dog. Here are some important tips to get you on your way.

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Muscular Dystrophy In Dogs And Cats By Lauren Leonardi

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.

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My Dog Has Pancreatitis: What Should I Do? By Team PetCareRx

Dog pancreatitis can occur when a dog does not eat the proper foods. Learn how to adjust your dog's diet to prevent pancreatitis.

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Overweight Dogs and Cats By Madeleine Burry

Being overweight can not only make pets uncomfortable and make it difficult for them to get around, it can lead to serious health issues. Learn how to manage this growing problem.

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The Best Ways to Save on Cat Insulin By Meredith Alling

Has your vet just told you that your cat is diabetic and that they're going to need insulin on a daily basis? You're probably thinking about what that kind of monthly bill that'll be. To help you out, here are some great ways to save money on your cat's insulin.

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The Symptoms of Diabetes in Your Cat or Dog By Madeleine Burry

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.

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Treating Your Dog's or Cat's Diabetes By Madeleine Burry

Diabetes is a disease that affects both dogs and cats. The good thing is, it can be managed and controlled. Learn more about your pet's treatment options here.

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