Nine-year old Chihuahua suffering from Canine Diabetes keeps his vision
Enhanced for Readability from Customer-Submitted Story or Review on August 16, 2016 by Dr. Janice Huntingford, DVM
Posted in Customer Stories
Dogs mean everything to Sherilee, they are her children and her life. When her beloved Bruiser started becoming sick, she was heartbroken. The poor nine-year old dog was diagnosed with canine diabetes, and the vet told Sherilee that he would go blind.
Bruiser’s mom immediately started him on Blood Sugar Gold, and after two years of giving him the drops every single day, she is amazed by the results. “He still has his vision, he runs all over the place, and takes half the insulin he started with,” she says. “My vet is amazed.”
The only challenge was to convince this intrepid chihuahua to take the medication, but Sherilee rewards him every day with a treat after squeezing the drops in his mouth. “He gets excited now because he knows a treat will follow!” – Review received by Sherilee from Indiatlantic, Florida, December 7, 2015
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What is Blood Sugar Gold?
Our unique formula has been developed by our holistic veterinarians to support stable blood sugar levels in dogs. Using effective herbs for blood sugar maintenance, it also contains herbs to support liver and eye health. Used consistently over time, Blood Sugar Gold may assist your dog’s body to maintain healthier blood sugar levels.
- Supports normal serum insulin levels
- Supports healthy cholesterol levels
- Supports healthy triglycerides
- Helps maintain eye and liver health
Order Blood Sugar Gold today and help support your dogs blood sugar levels!
Common symptoms of dog diabetes mellitus include:
- Increased thirst, frequent urination
- Weakness, lethargy
- Signs of pain in the abdomen
- Cataracts (eyes cloudy rather than clear)
- Weight loss
- Muscle wasting
Diagnosing and Treating Dog Diabetes
If you think your dog might have diabetes, you should take him to a vet. A veterinarian can diagnose canine diabetes mellitus by examining sugar levels in the dog’s blood and urine.
A recommended lifestyle change usually includes a healthy species appropriate diet. If your dog is overweight, you should help him lose weight gradually through diet and increased exercise but keep in mind that strenuous exercise can increase insulin levels so ensure exercise is consistent and moderate.
Learn more and visit the product page for Blood Sugar Gold
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Janice Huntingford, DVM, has been in veterinary practice for over 30 years and has founded two veterinary clinics since receiving her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph. She has studied extensively in both conventional and holistic modalities. Ask Dr. Jan