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My Mother’s Day presents from the furkids: 50 percent accuracy on the piddle pad, half of my lunch knocked of the ottoman and eaten, and slurps and snuggles. It balanced out. Max’s blood work last week indicated we needed to … Continue reading
Max is having a busy day. Having a diabetic dog means you must be vigilant. If a normal dog vomits or urinates more than usual for a day, typically you don’t have to worry. But if a diabetic dog does, … Continue reading
Max is doing well. He gets seven units of Humulin N insulin every 12 hours. This insulin, which humans also use, must be given after breakfast. At night he gets a few tidbits and then his shot. You must give … Continue reading
Happy Valentine’s Day. Please forgive my silence. I have been sick and recovering from an injury, but I am about 90 percent now and will be back to blogging. We watched the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show last night. We … Continue reading
Max is fitting in. Slowly learning Jake is number 1 and Windy is number 2, he is finding his place by not being aggressive. Managing his diabetes has not been difficult. The insulin shots are given subcutaneously. Thank goodness I … Continue reading