Canine diabetes

Canine diabetes is a relatively common condition that occurs in approximately 1 out of every 200 canine patients, particularly in middle-aged and older dogs. Consistent monitoring and treatment can ensure a dog's quality of life. Left untreated, the condition can have a severe impact on a dog's health. A comprehensive diabetes testing protocol, including fructosamine testing, provides a more complete assessment of glucose levels in your diabetic patients and lets you:

  • Assess and modify insulin therapy and make recommendations to pet owners before they leave your clinic.
  • Increase compliance by helping you provide a clear understanding of next steps and the pet owner's role in diabetes management for their pet.
  • Create a more consistent and robust protocol for a more efficient work flow to save time and increase productivity.