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    Find the dog food diabetic?

    I have a 3 month old pitbull dog. 2 days it has phenomenal appetite and I was nervous. I take him to the vet and the vet says my dog ​​can get Diabetic. I look for dog food and intestinal illness seen this stuff, would you for review https://pawpawlover.com/best-dog-foo...diabetic-dogs/

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    A 3 month old puppy is supposed to have a healthy appetite. Has he been tested for intestinal parasites, or at least dewormed? How often do you feed him? Does he drink and urinate excessively?
    Has your vet tested him for diabetes?
    You probably should not feed your puppy food for diabetic dogs unless he has been diagnosed.
    I found a website that has some information about this.

    http://www.dogster.com/lifestyle/is-...mon-in-puppies
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    Quote Originally Posted by Modesto Esper View Post
    I have a 3 month old pitbull dog. 2 days it has phenomenal appetite and I was nervous. I take him to the vet and the vet says my dog ​​can get Diabetic. I look for dog food and intestinal illness seen this stuff, would you for review https://pawpawlover.com/best-dog-foo...diabetic-dogs/
    How's the condition of your dog now? Has it improved already?

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    I hope your pup is okay. Most puppies are ferocious eaters. They are growing so fast, need lots of sleep,exercise and LOTS to chew and teethe on. Sounds like a normal pooch to me👍🏿🤓

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    If you have a poodle living in your house, you should know that you have to feed it with special feeds for beautiful wool and activity. You can Selecting best natural dog food for poodles check out on mypoodle.info. This will save you time searching for the right food for the dog and make the pet healthy and playful.

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    I think you need to read the label of dog food first if its high in sugar you should avoid it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Modesto Esper View Post
    I have a 3 month old pitbull dog. 2 days it has phenomenal appetite and I was nervous. I take him to the vet and the vet says my dog ​​can get Diabetic. I look for dog food and intestinal illness seen this stuff, would you for review https://pawpawlover.com/best-dog-foo...diabetic-dogs/
    If your dog is diabetic, you should firstly remove all sources of carbohydrates from its diet. This could include the dry and wet food that you give (packaged foods). Make sure he is drinking adequate water and getting enough exercise. Refrain from letting it play with other big dogs, or else it will get tired too soon.

    And the same goes for human beings as well. If you are diabetic, following a ketogenic diet would be best. This means you can eat more of healthy fats and proteins in order to compensate for the carbs.

    The source of proteins for your dog should be human-quality meats including organ meats such as liver. Don't feed him transfats or butter,

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