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Thread: Links for dogs who have Cushings and Diabetes

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    Apr 2009

    Default Links for dogs who have Cushings and Diabetes

    For the folks here whose dogs have been diagnosed with both Cushing's and Diabetes, here are some links which may be helpful.

    Therapy of Concurrent Diabetes Mellitus and Cushing's Syndrome
    Canine and Feline Endocrinology and Reproduction
    Edward C. Feldman and Richard W. Nelson, 2004 rrent+Diabetes+Mellitus+and+Cushing's+Feldman&hl=e n&sa=X&ei=mbVBUe_3KrG04AP-wICYAQ&ved=0CDYQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=Therapy%20of%20 Concurrent%20Diabetes%20Mellitus%20and%20Cushing's %20Feldman&f=false"

    Q & A: Diagnosing Cushing's Disease in Dogs with Diabetes Mellitus
    Insights into Veterinary Endocrinology (January 22, 2012)
    Dr. Mark E. Peterson

    Link to the "Vetsulin" (Intervet) website brochure, about dogs with Diabetes:

    Plus details you need about preparing and giving a dose to your dog:

    Another part of the Intervet website, with information about managing canine diabetes:

    Link to the original Pets with Diabetes website. Although it is now inactive (i.e. it has not been updated for several years) there is alot of excellent information there:

    *note: the site has been offline since June 2008, but the site has been archived in two locations.

    Or here:

    The archived petdiabetes site can also be seen here:
    Last edited by mytil; 10-01-2023 at 11:49 AM. Reason: removed outdated link

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    Apr 2009

    Thumbs up, a terrific resource for people with diabetic dogs!

    A terrific resource for people with diabetic dogs! The k9diabetes website and message board was launched in 2008.

    It's a great place to learn what you need to know regarding the treatment and care of canine diabetes and where you can meet and talk with folks who are also owners of diabetic dogs. (Bonus: Quite a few of the members there are also members here, and vice versa )

    Just diagnosed? Take a deep breath. Diabetes in dogs is almost always manageable and with good care and monitoring, your dog can live a normal, healthy lifespan.
    k9diabetes website:

    k9diabetes forum:

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