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diabetes

Can cats be cured of diabetes?
Cats
Can cats be cured of diabetes?
It is estimated that between 0.2 and 1% of cats will be diagnosed with diabetes during their lifetime (Gottlieb and Rand, 2018). If you are an owner caring for a diabetic cat then it is important to be aware of diabetic…
March 9, 2022 • 31 shares
How much does it cost to treat diabetes in a cat?
Cats
How much does it cost to treat diabetes in a cat?
Diabetes is said to affect about 1 in 200 cats, and is quite a common illness we see in practice. It is often not an easy diagnosis for cat owners to come to terms with, as it is generally a lifelong disease that require…
January 25, 2022 • 40 shares
Why do dogs get diabetes?
Common Conditions
Why do dogs get diabetes?
Currently in the UK, nearly 5 million people are living with diabetes – that’s around one person in every thirteen. But did you know that diabetes is also fairly common in our pet dogs with an estimated one in three hund…
October 27, 2021 • 44 shares • 1 comments
Does my pet insurance cover diabetes?
Pet Insurance
Does my pet insurance cover diabetes?
There are many human diseases that our pets can suffer from too, one such illness is diabetes. It is a common long-term condition in both cats and dogs, with 1 in 200 cats being affected (O’Neill et al,&nb…
September 19, 2021 • 31 shares
Do dogs and cats get Ketoacidosis?
Cats
Do dogs and cats get Ketoacidosis?
Ketoacidosis is a very serious complication of diabetes. It is an illness that we do sometimes diagnose in both dogs and cats. However, it should not be confused with ketosis, which occurs during starvation or in certain…
May 5, 2021
How do vets diagnose diabetes in cats?
Cats
How do vets diagnose diabetes in cats?
Cats are quite different from humans – four legs, much more fur and a tail! But they can get many of the same diseases we get, such as diabetes. Today we will be discussing what diabetes in cats is, how vets diagnose it,…
April 6, 2021 • 8 shares
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