Top 7 Reasons to Screen Your Dog for Diabetes

Excessive water drinking and urination signal potentially uncontrolled diabetes requiring urgent veterinary screening.


Rapid unexplained weight and muscle loss despite a hearty appetite warrants screening for diabetes.   

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Middle aged and senior dogs over 5 years old face higher diabetes risk and merit annual screening.


Certain breeds like Samoyeds, Cairn Terriers and Australian Terriers genetically predispose dogs to developing diabetes.   


Obese/inactive dogs strongly benefit from early screening to motivate weight loss and deter diabetes.  


Catching early glucose and pancreas changes allows for swift intervention through diet and exercise before diabetes formally develops.  


Annual screening tests are affordable, non invasive quick blood tests checking for elevated glucose troubles.  


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