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These links include some good questions to ask your vet:
 
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[http://gorbzilla.com/decisions_decisions.htm How to tell if you're working with a good vet for diabetes]
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[http://www.felinediabetes.com/phorum5/read.php?8,159706,159727 Some sample questions and good answers]
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*[http://www.felinediabetes.com/phorum5/read.php?8,159706,159727 Some sample questions and good answers]
[http://www.petdiabetes.org/diabetes_questions.htm Good questions for any vet, with diabetes emphasis]
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*[http://www.petdiabetes.org/diabetes_questions.htm Good questions for any vet, with diabetes emphasis]
[http://www.felinediabetes.com/phorum5/read.php?8,164328,164328#msg-164328 A discussion on this topic]
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*[http://www.felinediabetes.com/phorum5/read.php?8,164328,164328#msg-164328 A discussion on this topic]
   
   

Revision as of 16:01, November 10, 2005

Unfortunately, not every veterinarian is up on the latest Feline or Canine Diabetes treatments, diets, and care. Worse, some of them seem to be actively opposed to hometesting blood glucose or low-carb diets.

To see whether your vet is likely to be a good partner in the ongoing daily care of your diabetic cat or dog, you may want to ask a few questions.

These links include some good questions to ask your vet:


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