Despite being a common diagnosis in our canine companions, diabetes nevertheless continues to be quite an intimidating disease for their humans.
According to Diabetes.co.uk, around 70% of dogs with diabetes are female. And whilst the common illness can affect any breed, you’ll likely find it present more in poodles, dachshunds, and springer spaniels.
There are many tell-tale signs to look out for when it comes to diabetes, such as a greater than normal intake of water, increased urination, and unexplained weight loss.
With all this in mind, it makes sense to get clued up on diabetes care so we can give our friends a better quality of life.
Check out this infographic by TopDogTips for 25 health tips to manage diabetes in dogs.