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Forum: Diabetes Discussion: Your Dog 08-04-2020, 05:11 PM
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Posted By Raysaint
Re: Diabetes Now Hypoglycemia-Help

Hard to guess what is going on with just one number. You say his sugar was 52, when was that; morning fasting? midday? nadir time?

Knowing his 12 hour sugar pattern might help us theorize what is...
Forum: Diabetes Discussion: Your Dog 07-27-2018, 05:59 AM
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Posted By Raysaint
Re: Lanomax-does it really work?

There are certain substances that research has shown are good for eye health. Most of those substances can be found in certain foods.
I add to my dog's food: wild blueberries, a little sweet...
Forum: Diabetes Discussion: Your Dog 07-26-2018, 07:50 AM
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Posted By Raysaint
Re: Lanomax-does it really work?

Just my opinion, I have no experience with drops, but for something to actually dissolve cataracts sounds like a medical miracle. Has science developed something like that?
I'm sure if so, then...
Forum: Diabetes Discussion: Your Dog 07-03-2018, 06:33 AM
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Posted By Raysaint
Re: Cannot Get Ollie under Control

Starting a consistent 12 hour regimen, with same food amount and same insulin dose is the way to go. Do not make daily adjustments based on testing, it's important to keep the dose the same for at...
Forum: Diabetes Discussion: Your Dog 07-02-2018, 01:56 PM
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Posted By Raysaint
Re: Cannot Get Ollie under Control

It's usually hard to regulate blood sugar with 2 different insulin doses. The body gets confused and can't settle in to a steady insulin pattern. Consistency is important.

Tried it with my dog,...
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