Veterinary science rapidly developed in recent years, allowing us to better understand diabetes mellitus in dogs and cats.
Diabetes mellitus is a common endocrine disease of dogs and cats. Diabetes is caused by a relative or absolute deficiency of insulin.
Insulin therapy is the cornerstone of managing canine and feline diabetes. Find information on establishing a complete management regime to suit both animals and their owners.
Caninsulin, an intermediate-acting insulin, contains porcine insulin. Caninsulin is indicated in the treatment of diabetes mellitus in dogs and cats.
Canine and feline diabetes can be managed successfully and easily with correct diagnosis and treatment, which includes insulin therapy.
Client education and good communication between you the veterinarian and pet owners is vital.
Pet owners play a crucial role in the successful management of diabetes mellitus in their pets.
Your attitude to diabetes will largely determine the pet owner's motivation and compliance with treatment.
VetPen was designed to make it easier for owners to give insulin injections to their diabetic pets. You can see for yourself how convenient it is by watching the video below. The video will guide you through step-by-step instructions for using VetPen.
If you are a pet owner and have any questions about giving your pet insulin injections, talk to your veterinarian.
Please note: this video is not intended to replace training provided by your veterinarian. Be sure to follow your veterinarian’s recommendations.