Ilkeston UK (PRWEB) March 20, 2008
As featured in the March edition of Dogs Today magazine, the Canine Diabetes Management Guide is a unique publication recently released to help dog owners whose dog has been diagnosed with diabetes; details can be found at DogDiabetesSite.com.
It was created by experienced diabetic dog owners to help other diabetic dog owners and concentrates solely on canine diabetes; in doing so it is probably contains the most comprehensive information that diabetic dog owners could hope for.
Providing useful advice and information on all aspects of diabetes in dogs, including feeding and control of diabetes, the information in this new guide has been gathered from many sources; libraries, dog books, Vets and dog health experts at annual visits to Crufts, recognised as the number one dog show in the world.
It presents a milestone in canine diabetes because it presents the information in an easy to understand format so that you do not need to be an expert to understand it.
Diabetes mellitus is the most common form of diabetes found in dogs, affecting twice as many males as females, and although there is no cure, it can be successfully treated with regular exercise, diet and insulin injections.
Many owners initially fear administering the insulin injections but soon discover several other problems which can arise that they had not been aware of at the time of diagnosis.
Margot Shaw said, "Thank you very much for your information."
Mrs Hardy said, "The information you have given me is great i am a new user to the Internet and not very good at it yet so please excuse me but i have really enjoyed reading your fact sheets i would like the book and wanted to know if i could pay by cheque or post order"
Vets are obligated to insure an owner is "happy" with pursuing treatment at the time of diagnosis, but they often base their judgment on text books rather than actual experience of caring for a diabetic dog at home without surgeries resources.
The guide contains handy tips and hints on how to care for a diabetic dog, including solutions to problems with feeding and how to monitor blood sugar levels. It provides practical information on what changes need to be made to the dog's diet, why these changes are important, and also lists the foods that a diabetic dog can eat and those which should be avoided.
The guide also comes with recipes for meals and treats used by owners of diabetic dogs all over the world. A few of the features in the guide are free updates, money saving tips and an FAQ section. Sample fact-sheets can be obtained at http://www.dogdiabetessite.com/news.html or by contacting Noel Dundas at:
44 (0) 115-917-9193