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View Poll Results: How long has your dog had diabetes
Six months or less 24 38.10%
Six to Twelve months 5 7.94%
More than 1 year, less than 2 years 11 17.46%
More than 2 years, less than 3 years 7 11.11%
More than 3 years, less than 4 years 6 9.52%
More than 4 years, less than 5 years 4 6.35%
More than 5 years, less than 6 years 2 3.17%
More than 6 years, less than 7 years 4 6.35%
More than 7 years 1 1.59%
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Old 12-30-2014, 04:33 PM
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6.5 years for miss soaphie
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Soaphie = 15 yr old Border/Berner mix dx 07/08. ~8.25 units a.m./p.m. vetsulin, blind/deaf. Ultra Senior, Vital Beef/Bison, Brown Rice and lots of loving. Soaphie passed on October 29, 2015. Sydney = 14.5 yr old Aussie/Shar Pei mix dx 11/10. NPH-varies w/ predinisone a.m./p.m., blind/deaf. Sydney passed on June 3, 2014.
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More than 7. I think he had it 10 years running until his passing.
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Sadder still is the vets who think it's okay to do that strictly because the dog has diabetes. We still see a few people who live in very rural areas where the vets are mainly livestock oriented who still think you should put down an animal with diabetes...
Shelby is heading into month 3. She turned 7 two days ago, although she still acts like she is two. That's a whole nother story though.

I remember when the vet told me. He was rather serious when he said he has diabetes. He always calls her he. I think he may have been somewhat taken aback by my reply. I said ok let's deal with it (daughter type 1, wife type 2). He never mentioned option 2 which was never an option in our minds.
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