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It’s frightening to get the diagnosis from your veterinarian that your pet has diabetes, but it usually doesn’t mean you can’t have many more years of enjoyment with your best friend. Just like diabetic humans rely on insulin, these life-saving medications are available for cats and dogs. The type of insulin and dosage that your diabetic pet will need will be determined by your vet, and can keep her from experiencing complications and further problems when given accordingly. In addition, medication in pill form is suitable for some cats that don't require insulin. There are also some natural supplements available for diabetic cats and dogs, but typically must be used in conjunction with prescribed insulin to keep blood sugar levels in check.  

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