Question by  Aprique (39)

What are the symptoms of diabetes in a dog?

My dog is sick and I don't know what's wrong.


Answer by  SDuser (22)

If your dog is sick, the first thing you should do is take the dog to a qualified veterinarian. That being said, the symptoms of diabetes in a dog are similar to the symptoms exhibited in humans: excess thirst, frequent urination, weight loss, and excess hunger.


Answer by  ryark (243)

The common symptoms of diabetes in a dog are an increase in drinking and urination, bladder infections, lethargy. Most diabetic dogs are obese or overweight, but in serious cases these overweight dogs may lose weight rapidly and/or stop eating. Rush your dog to the vet if you are concerned about diabetes or any sickness.


Answer by  Sael (313)

Excessive urination/drinking, weight loss and lethargy can all be signs of diabetes. If you suspect diabetes, take your dog to a vet. Diabetes can be fatal if left untreated.


Answer by  Sauve (435)

dRINKING TOO MUCH WATER, weight gain, very lazy and unactive, these are just few, but you need to take your dog to the vet

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