Canine Diabetes

house Information for owners of Canine’s with Diabetes Mellitus 

 WARNING*Miracle Cures Can Kill Diabetic Dogs*WARNING

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Information about Different Insulins and The Basics 

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All the webpages are now available on this website.

Sissy and Dakota spcrpawgrnDiabetes Mellitus Other great resources:  Recipes for
Diabetic Dogs spcrpawgrnEasy Url Reference Guide  coming soon Queenie’s
CanineCuisine spcrpawpnkInsulin  Blood Glucose
Tutorials Glossary spcrpawgldYour Care Kit Pet Diabetes Email Lists spcrpawbrnFAQs Painful Injection Tips spcrpawtanBlood Glucose Chart Somygi Phenomenon   Kris’s Cushing’s Corner spcrpawtanDr.Jennifer Fry-Advice  Stories of Pets 
With Diabetes  Cataract Journals and Information spcrpawtanVetsulin   Sample Digest  Rainbow Bridge Memorials spcrpawtanCaninsulin  Diabetes Dictionary   Queenie’s
Memorial Page spcrpawtanAnimal Blood Glucose Meter   Who Am I Emails? In Memory of Margo Hupe

Cornell University Article Recommends this Website!!

Dog Watch The Newsletter for Dog People by Cornell University
printed an article on Home Help for Diabetic Dogs
issue Vol 7 No. 4 April 2003
In this article they interviewed Judy Dick and Queenie
& Margo Hupe and Alex and recommended this website
and for finding web information on animal diabetes. 
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The information within these pages is intended to be a starting point for owners of newly diagnosed dogs. You will find a lot of great information about Canine Diabetes on the net these days… but not enough. Canine Diabetes is very similar to that of cats, and even humans. Don’t forget to visit some of these great sites too! sis
last updated 

05/12/12 If you have a problem with this website or url’s
Contact Judy Dick the owner of the website.

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for additional information about diabetes mellitus!

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The information on this site is general, and should not be used as a substitute
for advice from your veterinarian. Questions c