Dear diabetic dog owner,
If your pet has been diagnosed with diabetes, please do not fret or worry.
When your loved one is first diagnosed, you may allow your heart to rule your thinking, without fully realizing the true implications of your decision. Having a family pet destroyed is not an option for many, yet it can take some time before the full implication of your commitment to treatment becomes apparent.
Trips away, vacations, business meetings and even parties suddenly make our lives more complex, often putting an added strain on all our relationships.
|Imagine trying to explain to your boss why you cannot attend a meeting at 6pm! And then weigh this up against trying to explain to your family that you do not have the time to worry about a dog!
Life is often unforgiving but...
...your pet will forgive you for anything.
|ANN WAS RELIEVED
"I was totally in the dark, you can't ever think of all the questions while at the vet only when you leave.. most of my questions were answered in these fact sheets but diet was such a concern. What, when & how much?? Thank you for shedding light on the subject.”
|"I commend you on your work. I am finally seeing light at the end of the tunnel. Three weeks and my Toy Poodle - Tater Tot finally felt better yesterday for the first time! Yeah!!!
Thank you for all your help!"
Phila., PA USA
The Initial Diagnosis
The initial diagnosis is just the beginning, and although your Vet will offer good advice, be aware that not everything they recommend is always essential and without knowing specific questions to ask, the advice given is often quoted from text books rather than from experience.
There is no cure but it can be controlled with regular insulin, diet and exercise. It is an on-going, sometimes expensive treatment, not just in cost, but also in time. Regularity is paramount in the control of diabetes and this alone can place a strain on the whole family.
Yet Thousands of dogs have diabetes and still lead happy and normal lives and we can show you exactly what is involved and how easy it can be to overcome what may seem right now, insurmountable obstacles.
Poor control of canine diabetes often leads to further problems including cataracts, liver and kidney infections, or even failure which is why we advocate accurate testing and monitoring.
Whilst costs for treatment can soon mount up, please do not even consider euthanasia (putting your pet down) until you have read this.
We have five dogs, all Pomeranians, and when one of them was diagnosed with diabetes mellitus in 2003, it turned our world upside down! There was nothing available at that time to help us through the initial crisis.
That was over four years ago; we learnt the hard way but if I knew then what I know now, I would not have had to take a lesser paid job.
We knew very little about diabetes, so it came as a big shock to us to discover one of our beloved dogs, our only male, was diagnosed with Diabetes Mellitus.
We began scouring the internet, researching in libraries and bookshops for anything related to canine diabetes and discovered a lot of conflicting and inaccurate information.
Our little chap has been diabetic since 2003 but you would not know it to see him now; he is once again an active little 11 year-old dog, showing no signs of slowing down. If the Canine Diabetes Management Guide had been around back then, we would have saved time, money and more than a little anxiety.
The Canine Diabetes Management Guide contains comprehensive information covering the many concerns owners have about treating diabetic dogs. Everything from problem feeders to food groups to avoid or include. By knowing the symptoms dogs’ exhibit, you can get an early detection of poor control and save time and money on Vets bills.
All three forms of canine diabetes are covered, the symptoms, tests and treatments for each and there are also top tips to make your life easier. The quick reference index enables you to swiftly jump to a topic of interest and there are also some great money saving ideas as well as answers to frequent questions.
Most people who have read the guide admit they have cut their expenditure on supplies, but this is just an added bonus; the primary concern is the welfare of the animal and we strive to give the best possible advice and offer FREE updates.
The guide walks you through the process, from the symptoms and first diagnosis to what will be expected of you, taking out the fear. Yes it can be scary at first, especially if you are the person nominated to teach someone else.
Many owners initially fear the prospect of having to administer injections each day, but they soon realize this is actually the easy part. Simple things like insulin handling and diet control often through up surprising problems, particularly with busy life-styles.
|AS FEATURED IN DOGS TODAY MAGAZINE ...
The Canine Diabetes Management Guide
"The guide is full of advice on how to control diabetes, as well as tips on how to avoid pitfalls. It also aims to take the fear out of the early days following a diagnosis by telling dog owners what they can expect.Cheeko has certainly benefited from Noel's extensive research as he
|is now a very active 11 year old with no signs of slowing down."
Dogs Today Magazine, March, 2008
Just look at how you can benefit from this e-book:
- Learn the early canine diabetes signs and symptoms to watch for.
Poor diabetic control can lead to complications including cataracts, liver and kidney infections or even failure. By acting upon these early signs you can give your pet a happier life.
- Learn about the different forms of canine diabetes.
The three forms of canine diabetes, Diabetes Insipidus, Canine Gestational Diabetes and Diabetes Mellitus, all have similar symptoms but the treatments are quite different.
- Learn what is involved in treatment at home.
Insulin, diet and exercise is used to control canine diabetes but understanding why regularity is so fundamentally important can aid in control.
- Discover techniques to organize treatment.
With proper organization, caring for your diabetic pet need not become a major issue or even the cause for family arguments. Our tips show you how you can create a routine to suit your family circumstances.
- Categorized Glycemic Index Chart
Easily look up common food groups to see what your diabetic pet can and cannot have, ideal if you want to give your diabetic pet treats or even for making your own home-made dog food.
- Get experienced advice to avoid pitfalls.
Circumstances change, both in business and at home, and even a simple change can lead to all sorts of unseen problems when caring for a diabetic loved one.
- See the rogue theories exposed.
There is a lot of information freely available but much of it has omissions or is inaccurate, is misleading and in some cases, down right wrong. We give the facts!
- Discover tips experts worldwide use.
Learn tips and techniques from all over the globe. Simple things like mixing insulin to holidays and vacations.
- Save with our money saving tips.
A Vet will have a legal obligation to recommend the best for your pet, but sometimes second or third best will do just as well and some recommendations can often be excluded all together. By knowing the right questions to ask your Vet, you can save quite a bit.
- Get answers to frequently asked questions.
You can get instant answers to the the questions and concerns which are the most frequently asked about canine diabetes.
- Free Updates For Life.
You can get notified each time the canine diabetes management guide is updated. No need to pay again for revised editions; updates are free!
- Instant Access, no shipping charge or waiting.
Instant download in Portable Document Format (PDF) for easy reading and printing from any computer. Just seconds after your order, you can download so that you can start to read the book right away.
|WENDY HAD THIS TO SAY...
Thank You so much!
Following the guidance given to us on treating our diabetic pet from our vet was costing us over £70 a month in supplies alone, but it would have devastated the family to have him put down. After reading your book we cut our expenses
| almost in half and his control
is the best it has been. The book taught us so many useful things to make life easier too.
We still have our happy pet.
Thank you from the whole family.
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