May 12, 2006, Newsletter Issue #134: Supplements for Diabetic Dogs

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Always consult your veterinarian first, but consider organic diabetic dog cookies for your canine. Diabetic dog cookies should combine the right herbs and other natural ingredients to help regulate blood sugar. This will help manage your dog's insulin requirements and slow her metabolic rate. A good diabetic dog treat should contain items like brewers yeast to help her to use blood glucose more effectively, garlic to stimulate digestive function, and kelp, which is another digestive aid.

A nice side benefit of brewers yeast and garlic is that they are homeopathic bug repellants. If you can't find a cookie or food with these two ingredients, you should consider a dog nutritional supplement to accompany your dog's regular diet.

One of the best things you can do for your diabetic dog is to give her a consistent diet, exercise, and routine to help maintain her blood sugar, weight, and health in the most effective way. Investigate all sources of foods, dog supplements, and treats for your diabetic dog.

If your dog has diabetes, she should be under the care of a qualified veterinarian. Your veterinarian will teach you to how to monitor your dog's glucose levels and how to maintain a happy and healthy lifestyle for your pet.

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