How To Keep Your Diabetic Dog Healthy (Symptoms, Supplements, Natural Treatment and Diet Guide)

How To Keep Your Diabetic Dog Healthy (Symptoms, Supplements, Natural Treatment and Diet Guide)
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More and more in this age of processed dog food and over medication, our dogs are falling prey to dog diabetes symptoms, where insulin is not being produced in enough quantities to regulate blood sugar levels in the body.

So How Do I Know If My Dog Has Diabetes?

At this time, there is no standard classification of diabetes in dogs. Commonly used terms are:
Insulin deficiency diabetes or primary diabetes, which refers to the destruction of the beta cells of the pancreas and their inability to produce insulin.

Insulin resistance diabetes or secondary diabetes, which describes the resistance to insulin caused by other medical conditions or by hormonal drugs.

So what are the symptoms of a Dog with Diabetes?
Normally there is a steady onset of the disease over several weeks, and it may go unnoticed for a while.

The main symptoms of diabetes in dogs are:
1: Excessive water consumption
2: Frequent and/or excessive urination
3: Possible house “accidents”
4:Greater than average appetite (with either weight loss or maintenance of current weight
5: Fatigue
6: Possible vomiting
7: Sticky urine
8: Sugar smelling breath
9: Cloudy eyes or Cataracts.

The official cause of diabetes is said to be unknown, with contributing factors being obesity, genetics, vaccine and steroid side effects and in some cases pancreatitis can lead to diabetes.

However from my own research over the years, it’s crystal clear that poor diet is the cause of a dogs diabetes in the vast majority of cases, exacerbated by the use of steroid medications.

How can I treat my dog’s diabetes naturally?
First let’s talk about the natural alternative to insulin injections. There’s a product call Primalix Blood Sugar Balance. It’s an excellent natural herbal alternative meant to REPLACE insulin injections.

If your dog was just diagnosed and not on insulin yet, and you want an alternative, simply start the drops according to the instructions.

If your dog is already using insulin and you want to get them off insulin and onto this natural alternative, you’ll want to transition your dog over to the drops gradually.

Alongside the Primalix Blood Sugar Balance drops you’ll want to give your dog Ocu Glo for their eyes health which is very important. Your dogs eyes will suffer from a diabetic condition, becoming cloudy and eventually cataracts form over the cornea of your dogs eyes and they go blind. This can happen within the first year of becoming diabetic. Ocu Glo is vital to keep your dogs eyes functioning and prevent blindness.

Give your dogs pancreas as much support as possible as it’s now inflamed with the potential for acute pancreatitis to be a factor. Give your dog some preferably organic pancreas gland added to their diet for much needed support. The dosage for feeding Pancreas Glandular 500mg capsules is a 1/2 capsule for every 20 pounds of your dogs weight daily.
Disclaimers: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. All opinions are my own. The information is provided for educational and entertainment purposes only and does not constitute specific vet advice for any individual dog, cat or other animal.
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Understanding Diabetes in Dogs and Cats

This presentation is geared to help pet owners with recently diagnosed diabetic pets understand the management of this disease.
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  1. susan barnard

    I know, as humans, if we want to replenish our gut with bacteria we need enteric coated caps so they pass thru the stomach and are released into the gut. I have purchased the greens you suggested. Awesome!!!! they will be going into my smoothie too. However, what portion of the probiotics actually make it to the intestines? Does a dog need the enteric coated caps also?


    Dan, I hope you see this. I have a 10 year old Lab that has been battling diabetes for a year now. Unfortunately I listened to the vet and have had her on the Hills Prescription diet they recommended. I wish I had found you sooner! 🥺 After 9 months, and struggling to get her sugar under control, she went blind In September. I am very diligent on her schedule of food, and shots, and monitoring her numbers at home. Currently up to 30 units of Vetsulin twice a day and numbers still never dropping below 400. I am switching to Steve’s Raw diet and have ordered the Primalex. Can you please provide the link for the organic pancreas gland supplement that you mentioned in this video? I am unable to find it. Time to make changes and hope I am doing right by her. 🙏
    Thank you!

  3. Eloy De Luna

    What’s the dosage of the greens for a 21 lbs dog?

  4. Marcy RP

    Last week, from bloodwork, the vet told us that my son’s dog’s pancreas is “destroyed “! His blood sugar level was over 600, so yes, he is obviously diabetic and he is now, much better. My son has always made his dog’s food, but is cutting back on the carbohydrates AND he is now on insulin twice daily and NO between meal treats. The vet said he will HAVE to be on insulin for the rest of his life! Soooo…is it possible that the “destruction “ can be reversed? “Destoyed” is a strong word and leaves very little to the imagination…sounds irreversible! I’d HOPE this can be turned around. Possible?

  5. Vinita Sheoran

    Also if you could recommend the ideal quantity of food for a 6kg diabetic poodle. Would highly appreciate that

  6. Vinita Sheoran

    I am so glad to have chanced upon your channel. I have a 11 year old poodle who has been diabetic for about 6 years now. Already had cataract in both his eyes. He recently suffered 3 back to back seizures In a day and had to be hospitalized. He is back home now and I am monitoring his blood glucose every 2 hours with Freestyle Libre. For the past 24 hrs now his levels read HI which means it's way higher than the machine can even record. He is on Hills I/D diet to which I add some fresh organic chicken. I was giving him 3.5 unit of Canninsulin but the vet asked to bring it down to 2.5 which doesn't make sense as his levels are way too high now.
    Unfortunately , most of the products you have recommended are not available in Hong Kong where we live. Is there any alternatives I can adopt ?

    Thank you very much for your guidance. 🙏

  7. America Eagle

    Do you have a brand? How to buy your brand food for my dog?

  8. Jeff AnTone

    wow > you remind me of a pollutant with a lot of nothing to display > thanks doc > we know you really care more about dogs than money .cuz you give it away for free

  9. Mel

    My dog was diagnosed with Insulinoma in December of 2020. Today, he is diagnosed with diabetes…??? He has been on an entirely raw diet (muscle meat, organs and bone) since January 2021. His blood glucose has been in the 350-450 range). What should I do?

  10. Shawn Early

    For home cooked meals, can u recommend a supplement to add all of the macro and micro nutrients that are needed? Thank you.

  11. REDvellvett

    How often do I give my dog the gymena and how much?

  12. SharellMilano

    Can all of the supplements listed still be used even if I am giving the insuline shot?

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  14. arun kanjirathingal

    Sir. how to treatment to parvo virus in a dog? Plz replay

  15. Simo nora

    Thank u soooooooooooooo much for this super amazing brilliant video
    God bless you

  16. Cindi Rose

    Excellent video, thanks. It's been seven years since you made this video, and I wonder if there are any updates or new ideas for us.

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  18. Hazel Ray

    I refuse to allow my baby to die nor suffer. She will be healed.
    Thank you for providing us with this vital information. God bless you doctor

  19. Hazel Ray

    Thank you thank you thank you doctor 04.13.2021
    The vet,who purchased the clinic from my trusted honorable vet after he retired, and her insensitive hateful assistant Jesse did my k9 fur baby grave injustice after her diagnosis

  20. Mary O Donovan

    My dog is on 10m 9m of insulin. Is to much insulin more worse then to little. Thank you.

  21. Sarah Yousef

    Thanks so much for putting this together and sharing it. I will do all that I can to try and reverse the disease from my recently diagnosed cat🙏

  22. Susan Brecht

    When taking a glucose curve for a cat, should the blood be tested before he has eaten or after?

  23. Cheryl Wright

    Thanks for a great presentation!

  24. Christine Mulheron

    On average how long does it take for a newly diagnosed dog to stablise

  25. John Sloane

    A very good overview of diabetes, well presented, thoroughly explained and should take the mystery out of the disease for the most part, making it more easily understood…BRAVO!

  26. caci carter

    A must watch for new patients and their hoomans.

  27. lamfilipos

    Kudos for the Video! Sorry for butting in, I am interested in your opinion. Have you heard the talk about – Patlarny Sweet Days Principle (probably on Google)? It is a smashing exclusive guide for getting rid of diabetes without the normal expense. Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my cooworker at last got cool success with it.

  28. kay ge

    thank you so much for this. my dog has been diagnosed with diabetes for about 2 weeks and we are trying to get him back to feeling normal. he is very lethargic. going to do a glucose curve today.

  29. Mama Linda

    This is the most informative video I've found on diabetes in pets and I appreciate this so much. Thank you.

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