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Infection of dogs with diabetes, or the leakage of sugars in the urine, as it is called in the field of veterinary medicine, is an injury that occurs to dogs due to specific reasons.

This article will provide comprehensive information about dogs suffering from diabetes, its symptoms, causes, and prevention.

Leakage of sugar in the urine of dogs may indicate impaired kidney function.

What are the symptoms of dogs suffering from diabetes?

  • increased thirst
  • frequent urination
  • light urine

These symptoms may be accompanied by other signs that indicate an injury to kidney function.

  • lack of appetite
  • Weight loss
  • bad breath
  • muscle weakness
  • urinary tract infection
  • vomiting

Diabetes is divided into several types.

  • Increase diabetes levels in the blood
  • Chronic diabetes mellitus as a result of persistent disease
  • Congenital disabilities or genetic problems
  • caused by poisoning

What are the causes of a dog suffering from diabetes?

  • A transient injury that occurs as a result of stress and is more common in cats
  • The reason for using drugs that contain a large amount of glucose
  • pancreatic tumor
  • Hereditary cause
  • Fanconi syndrome works on the leakage of sugars in the urine, and this cause is common in some breeds such as Labradors, White Terriers, and Borderlands.
  • Lead poisoning

The vet’s diagnosis of your dog’s diabetes

The veterinarian will ask you some questions, such as your dog’s medical and family history when the symptoms appeared, whether he was exposed to any toxins, how many times he urinated in a day and his diet.

The doctor will first do a urine analysis of the dog and sound waves on the ducks and pelvis.

Treating diabetes in dogs

The treatment of dogs with diabetes depends very much on the cause, and once the veterinarian puts his hand on the reason, he will be able to determine the best and most accurate treatment.

  • Unfortunately, if the reason is Fanconi syndrome, there is no cure, and you will only take some precautions.
  • Remove toxins from the dog’s body if the cause is due to poisoning. 

To fully recover from diabetes in your dog, give him the treatment doses very accurately, according to the quantity and timing, following the veterinarian’s advice.

Watch your dog well and take care of his diet to the fullest. 

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