Canine Diabetes Research
Canine diabetes is still a relatively "new" disease. The metabolic disorder affects at least 1 in 500 dogs (though some estimate it could be as much as 1 in 150), which amounts to 200,000 dogs in the U.S. alone. We've compiled a list of resources below to help diabetic dog owners stay current with the latest research about canine diabetes, as well as new treatment strategies.
Diabetes Mellitus in Dogs
Diabetes mellitus is a treatable condition for most dogs.
Diabetic Ketoacidosis in Dogs
If your diabetic dog's sugar levels spike, it can lead to diabetic ketoacidosis.
Blindness in Diabetic Dogs
Left untreated, canine diabetes can lead to many eyesite issues for dogs.
Nutrition Research for Diabetic Dogs
Check out the latest research about the proper nutrition for diabetic dogs.
Somogyi Rebound in Dogs
Somogyi rebounding is a common reaction in pets to low blood sugar.