Nov 03 2015

Lethargy. Excessive thirst. Frequent urination.

If your pet is showing any of these symptoms, your pet may have diabetes.

November is Diabetes Awareness Month. Many owners are unaware that diabetes can affect pets too but with proper care and diet, pets can live happy and healthy lives. Call our office with any questions or concerns.

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