What are the Signs & Symptoms of K9 Diabetes?
K9 Diabetes - Signs or symptoms of diabetes in dogs (also known as canine diabetes) are polyuria, polydipsia and polyphagia.
Pets with diabetes need proper treatment as it is a life-threatening disease. If you have pet you should be aware about the symptoms and treatment of diabetes.
The common signs of diabetes in dogs include:
- Increased frequency of urination: This is one of the earliest and most noticeable signs of diabetes in dogs. If your trained dogs suddenly begins to urinate indoor consult a vet to rule out diabetes.
- Increased thirst: This is caused due to increased urination and loss of fluid from body.
- Weight loss and increased appetite: Your dog may seem to be losing weight even with an increased appetite.
- Decreased activity, lethargy, weakness,
The signs and symptoms depend on severity & length of time your dog has been a diabetic.
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Source: Expert Content Oct 16, 2011
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