Pet Diabetes Checklist: Know The 7 Signs Of Diabetes
November is Pet Diabetes Month for dogs and cats. To help spread awareness, we wanted to share a helpful checklist from usa.petdiabetesmonth.com of signs of diabetes to look out for in your dog or cat.
Print this out to mark down which signs, if any, your pet exhibits and remember to bring it with you to your next veterinarian appointment.
Signs of Diabetes in Your Cat or Dog
Your dog or cat wants to go outside more often. Your dog may urinate in the house; your cat may urinate outside of their litter box.
You have to fill the water bowl more often than before or notice your cat or dog drinking from unusual places, such as a toilet bowl.
Your dog or cat never seems to get enough food – they’re always begging for food.
Although your dog or cat has a good appetite, they keep losing weight.
This sign is only present in dogs.
Fur can become dry or dull. Cats may stop grooming.
Your dog or cat used to be energetic, but now they sleep all day.
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