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.
Kidney disease is the number one cause of death in old cats and dogs. It is often undetected until it has progressed. Kidney transplants and dialysis are not available for pets, so the primary treatment is dietary. Studies show that animals live 30% longer and have fewer symptoms when treated with a diet. Choose foods […]
Many people do not know whether or not their pets are considered “senior.” Cats and dogs are generally considered senior somewhere around age 7. For larger dogs, it is more like 5 0r 6 and smaller dogs may not be considered senior until age 8 or 9. At your regular check-ups at the vet, ask […]
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 […]