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How is Diabetes Diagnosed in Dogs Like the Irish Setters?

Diabetes in canines like the Irish Setter can first make an appearance in the form of weight loss, excessive thirst, excessive urination, lack of energy, depression, lethargy, hunger, vomiting, enlarged liver, cataracts, bladder, kidney infection or even obesity in your dog. Sometimes, though, these symptoms aren’t enough to determine the positive presence of diabetes. Instead, your vet will need to conduct a thorough examination of your dog. It’s a good idea to set up an exam at the first sign of symptoms in your pup. Your vet may need to do a physical exam of your pup as well as run blood work and a urinary analysis. Positive tests often show abnormally high levels of sugar in the blood and urine when diabetes is present. After your vet makes a diagnosis, causes, symptoms, and treatment options can be discussed. To learn more, talk with your veterinarian Lafayette, LA.

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