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Features November 2016 Issue

Dealing with Canine Diabetes

Mac is happy to be near his "dad," Wayne Vine — as long as it's not time for his insulin shot.

Dealing with Canine Diabetes

Diagnosis is straightforward, as is treatment. But it demands commitment.

Carolyn and Wayne Vine’s 12-year-old West Highland terrier, Mac, started drinking a lot more water than he usually did, and he started eating quite a bit more, too. “We usually leave kibble down for Mac to snack on when he wants in addition to giving him his regular wet-food meals, and all of a sudden the kibble was always completely gone,” Mrs. Vine says.

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