Source: http://www.caninediabetes.org/caninediabetespg.htmlThe principal clinical signs of an animal with diabetes mellitus are therefore polyuria (excessive urination) and polydipsia (excessive water consumption). In addition, diabetic animals tend to lose weight because they breakdown stores of fat and protein (muscle) to make glucose and ketones (an alternative fuel) in the liver. Other clinical signs diabetics may include: cataracts, polyphagia (increased appetite), ...
Reaperjim wrote:Brownie doesnt like chocolate, but he will eat it if he thinks we will give it to Gizmo.
If you witness your dog eating chocolate or if it shows any signs of chocolate toxicity (anxiety, pacing, hyperexcitability, excessive thirst and urination, vomiting, or seizures): call your vet immediately and tell him or her what type of chocolate your dog ate, how much you think it ate, how long ago it indulged itself, and how much your dog weighs.
Reaperjim wrote: Does anyone else think its a bad idea to have 2 young male dogs? I am starting to think so.
sandman wrote:I love it when I stop to pet a stray male dog and his sticky wet red thing comes out to great me...
You should stick to stroking their heads.
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