Often diet alone is not sufficient and your pet will need regular insulin injections and be under the care of a vet. It’s probably best to feed your pet several small meals over the day to help keep blood sugars level. Ask your vet about including more fiber in the diet.
Cancer diets should be high in protein, contain some fat and low or no carbohydrates. Dogs with cancer don’t usually die of the cancer itself, but more often from complications such as liver or kidney failure. This can be controlled with an appropriate diet. A dog with cancer needs adequate proteins and cell membrane compounds […]
There are different types of heart disease. Once the disease has advanced, a low salt diet is a good idea. Prior to that it may be counter-productive. Consult your vet regarding what is best for your pet. If your dog is taking certain medication, he may need a potassium supplement. With some heart conditions, magnesium […]
Dogs with liver disease need a diet which provides sufficient nutrition as well as limiting further damage, supporting liver cell regeneration and preventing other complications. A diet for a dog with liver disease must contain a normal amount of high-quality protein. Vets recommend mixing animal based and plant proteins. Generally, it is best to avoid […]